The national housebuilder has received planning permission for 180 homes at Aldon Wood in Great Sankey next to Omega South.
The provision includes a mix of three and four-bedroom homes, of which 20% are set aside for three-bedroom starter homes for first-time buyers.
Ian Harrison, land and planning director at Taylor Wimpey North West, said: “Our new development in Great Sankey will provide much-needed homes and investment for Omega South.
“We have worked hard to ensure that our proposal reflects the needs of the local area, with careful consideration taken on the design and layout of the development.”
Progress Planning Consultancy worked on the scheme.
Outline plans have also been submitted by Omega for 617 homes north of Taylor Wimpey’s application. Of the total, 317 of the homes had prior planning consent as part of the Omega Warrington masterplan. An additional 300 units are now proposed in revisions that will also see plans for offices on the site scrapped.
Another two parcels of land to the south of Omega Warrington are being developed by Redrow and Miller Homes.
Omega is being delivered by a joint venture between Miller Developments and KUC Properties, in partnership with landowner Homes England and supported by Warrington Council and the Cheshire & Warrington LEP.