Housing plans submitted for Cheshire village

Ashall Homes has submitted plans to Cheshire West & Chester Council for 100 homes in Sandiway.

If approved, the development off Kennel Lane would comprise a mix of two, three, four and five bedroom family homes and bungalows, 30% of which will be subsidised to be more affordable. There will also be landscaped gardens and a children's play area.

Scott Ashall, director of Ashall Homes, said: "The proposed housing mix is specifically targeted at families and the elderly population for which there is an identified need."

Ashall Homes was advised on planning, masterplanning and landscaping by Barton Willmore.
Steven Grimster, senior planner in Barton Willmore's Manchester office, said: "The housing pressures facing Cheshire West and Chester are well documented and this proposed development, located on an inherently suitable and sustainable site, will make a valuable contribution towards addressing the substantial housing shortfall across the borough."

The application is expected to be determined by the council's planning committee early next year.

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Not more homes. The residents of the village don’t want more homes. We’ve already got the Taylor Wimpey site at the old yoghurt factory, Bloor Homes near the garage and now this. Go away and build elsewhere…

By Go away

Go home NIMBY

By NIMBYGH

Don’t forget the Bovis site as well…

By BANANA

go home… do you not realise that there is a massive housing shortage in this country? you might also want to take a look at how your Local Authority has been under achieving in reaching its housing targets…

By anon

do you not realise that there is a massive shortage of easy profits for housing developers in this country? you might also want to take a look at how your Local Authority has been under achieving in its destroying the countryside targets……

By Arthur Dent

There is no housing shortage in this part of the country. As always, the whole nation has to suffer because of London’s problems.

By Adrian

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