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Story Homes apply for planning permission in Dalston – Carlisle

November 2012

Story Homes have recently applied for planning permission for 128 houses on land between Station Road and Townhead Road in Dalston, Carlisle. The plans include 2, 3, 4 and 5-bedroom properties from starter homes to detached, executive family homes. The proposal is in keeping with the existing architecture of the village and the use of natural stone, brick and render will blend well into the existing environment.

Steve Errington, Managing Director for Story Homes said ‘It is an exciting time for Story Homes as we have ambitious yet sustainable plans for growth over the next five years. This includes plans for a high quality, low density scheme at Dalston, Carlisle. We appreciate that some people will have concerns and we recognise that this is part of a normal, consultative process. Our housing developments bring a whole host of benefits not least in terms of jobs and a boost to the local economy, but they also bring starter homes for local people and quality housing, often including contributions to local infrastructure, facilities and services.

Planning permission applied for new homes, Dalston, Cumbria