A Government planning inspector has granted permission on appeal to two residential schemes in Broughton totalling 220 homes, overturning Preston City Council's refusal after the local authority conceded it couldn’t demonstrate a five-year housing land supply.
Homes England has chosen a team including CampbellReith, Barton Willmore, and JLL to develop a planning and disposal strategy for a 150-acre site near Preston, formerly home to the largest psychiatric hospital in Britain.
Proposals by the Homes & Communities Agency for more 250 homes on farmland are due to be discussed by Preston Council’s planning committee on Friday, having been recommended for approval by planning officers.
Cushman & Wakefield has been reappointed by Preston City Council as the Lancashire city looks to build momentum in its city centre residential market with a bid for Housing Infrastructure Fund support.
A proposal from Seddon and registered social landlord Contour Homes to build 93 houses off Goosnargh Lane, Preston is to go before the city’s planning committee on 7 September with a recommendation to approve.