Ahead of a planning application later this year, Story Homes is inviting public views on plans to build 210 houses on agricultural land at Grab Lane, Lancaster.
Story Homes is proposing a development of one to five-bedroom homes, of which 30% will be affordable. The 25-acre site is currently used for agriculture, and the existing farm infrastructure on the site would be demolished.
The site has been allocated for development by Lancaster City Council for some time, with a development brief for the plot issued in January 2017. Under this brief, the council said the site could support up to 195 homes.
The developer said it would submit a planning application for the site by the end of 2019 with a consultation running until 29 November.
Martin Nugent, Story Homes’ land manager, said: “The consultation is an opportunity for the local community to comment and provide feedback on our plans.
“We believe our product is appropriate for this site due to the high quality of our houses and also our dedication to building developments which complement the local area.”