Bellway’s 112 Wrexham homes approved
The residential development is to be built on a 12-acre site north of Gatewen Road in New Broughton.
Wrexham Council has given the green light to Bellway Homes North West’s plans to build a mix of 112 one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom houses at the site. Construction is expected to start in the coming weeks once all pre-commencement conditions are discharged, according to Bellway’s planning consultancy Lichfields.
The properties will also have spacious rear gardens and parking, under the plans, and there will be substantial landscaping and new trees planted within or close to the residential boundary.
The main access to the development will be from Gatewen Road.
As well as Lichfields, Bellway’s project team includes Astle Planning & Design, Enzygo, Ascerta, Leigh Ecology, Waterco, Wardell Armstrong, Coopers, Integrated Transport Planning Limited, and Mono Civil Design Consultants.
Imogen Zulver, senior planner at Lichfields’ Manchester office, said: “We’re working with property developers and local planning authorities to ensure schemes like this are both viable and a welcome addition to local areas, contributing towards the provision of high-quality homes for local people.
“The New Broughton scheme is set to be a great development, creating a sustainable residential neighbourhood. This will certainly maintain and enhance the existing landscape features and will undoubtedly contribute positively to this part of the local area.”