Redrow is set to received detailed planning consent for “a significant phase” of development at its Ledsham Garden Village in Little Sutton, when Cheshire West & Chester Council’s planning committee meets next week.
The housebuilder was granted planning consent for up to 1,570 homes off Ledsham Road in Ellesmere Port in 2015, after two years of wrangling with the council over traffic issues, and the use of agricultural land for housing development.
The first phase of the project is on site, delivering 170 homes.
CWAC’s planning committee will meet on Tuesday 7 March to consider the reserved matters application from Redrow, which covers the second, third and fourth phases of the Ledsham Garden Village. The scheme is recommended for approval.
The proposals are for a 55-acre chunk of the wider 150-acre site.
The first phase of the village is called Oaklands, and is a mix of three and four bedroom homes. Houses are being marketed for sale on the Redrow website from £253,995.