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Bellway has planning permission for 99 homes in Tyldesley. Credit: via Philosophy PR

Bellway bags 100 homes in Tyldesley

Work will start in the autumn on an eight-acre site off Silk Mill Street, bordering the housebuilders’ Elements development on Mosley Common Road.

The first homes are expected to go on the market before the end of the year with a view to being occupied in the spring, after Wigan Council planners approved plans for the scrubland site.

A housing mix of two-, three-, and four-bedroom detached, semi-detached, and mews homes form the development, of which 25 will be affordable properties.

Private gardens plus one or two car parking spaces or garages per property are a feature of the development. Some electric charging points will also be available to residents.

A public open space with green areas specifically for natural wildlife are another feature of the scheme.

Grace Yarlett, sales director at Bellway Manchester, said: “Having received such a positive response to our previous development in Mosley Common, we are delighted to bring forward a new collection of 99 homes to meet local demand.

“Plans for the development are superb really making the most a great location next to open green space yet within easy reach of Wigan, Bolton and Manchester.

“We’re looking forward to getting started on site and releasing our first homes for sale later this year.”

Bellway will make S106 contributions towards primary and secondary education, highways, and biodiversity as a condition of their planning consent.

The development was designed by architects APD with Pegasus acting as planning consultants. Eddisons advised on highways, and Gateley were on legals.

To view the plans, search for application reference number A/23/94952/MAJOR on Wigan Council’s planning portal..

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