Planning advisors NJL Consulting has gained full planning consent on behalf of the housebuilder for a residential development in Blackley, Manchester.
Taylor Wimpey plans to build 111 homes on a brownfield site in Celia Street, after the Didsbury-based NJL submitted a revised planning application in March this year.
NJL said the new scheme illustrates the shift in housing market demand and will ensure the delivery of a development with a much improved layout and design, along with an increased level of family housing, heavily weighted towards three and four- bedroom houses.
Nick Lee, partner at NJL Consulting, said: "This was a complex site with long term problems that this planning consent has helped overcome and enabled delivery."
Paul Smith, land and planning director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, added: "The new scheme is better aligned with market demands and that gives us the confidence to commence work on a project that represents an £18m investment in north Manchester."