Randell Thorp and Avison Young are advising Harworth. Credit: via consultation documents

Harworth consults on 500-home Widnes project  

A 56-acre site west of Hale Gate Road could be transformed into a residential-led scheme, under proposals put forward by the developer. 

In addition to around 500 homes, Harworth Group’s proposals also feature a 20,000 sq ft local centre, a 100-bed care scheme and a primary school. 

The developer predicts the scheme could generate £1m a year in council tax revenue for Halton Council. 

Harworth has launched a consultation on its plans, drawn up by masterplanner Randell Thorp and planning consultant Avison Young. 

The consultation will run until 30 May and a planning application is due to be submitted this summer. 

The Hale Gate site is earmarked for residential redevelopment in the Halton Delivery and Allocations Plan, adopted earlier this year. 

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