Miller Homes has launched a public consultation for a scheme off Lunt’s Heath Road, ahead of applying to Halton Council for detailed planning permission.
Of the proposed homes, 57 would be managed by a local affordable housing provider.
Miller Homes hopes to submit a planning application for the site in September. If all goes according to plan, approval would be granted in February 2022 and construction would commence in April. The first homes would be on the market by May.
The housebuilder said the new homes would be largely energy efficient and sustainable. It aims to provide an EV charging point at each property.
Miller Homes’ scheme for Lunt’s Heath Road also includes a variety of green spaces, including a wildflower grassland and the planting of trees. It also plans to retain two existing ponds.
Cars, pedestrians, and cyclists would gain access to the housing development through two priority-controlled T-junctions on different locations along Lunt’s Heath Road.
Miller Homes said that the project’s construction would create 171 jobs and increase council tax revenue by £538,000 a year.
The consultation on the scheme ends 10 September.