New Housing Approved for Winsford
Working on behalf of Taylor Wimpey UK Limited, Manchester based HOW Planning, has secured reserved matters planning approval for a new residential development in Winsford, Cheshire; a scheme which will provide up to 280 new family homes for the area.
Cheshire West and Chester Council has approved the plans, which will see the development of land located off Oakmere Road and Littler Lane; an area which has already been identified as suitable for housing in the Winsford Neighbourhood Plan.
This site measures approximately 10 hectares and is situated on land to the north west of Winsford town centre. The development, adjoining the current Taylor Wimpey Spring Croft development will include pubic open spaces as well as delivering a high quality new homes. .
Says Isla Longmuir, Senior Planner at HOW Planning: “The plans for this new development will provide much needed new housing which will be well integrated with the surrounding area. The housing will make a positive contribution towards Cheshire West and Chester Councils housing target and both new and existing residents will benefit from the open space and new cycleways which will be developed as part of the scheme.”
The construction of the site will create new jobs and the additional households will generate increased spending in the local area. The scheme will comprise a combination of mews, semi-detached and detached houses, with 84 affordable units.