Ledsham Garden Village, Redrow, p planning documents

The scheme secured outline consent in 2015. Credit: via planning documents

Redrow awaits approval for 627 Ellesmere Port homes

Cheshire West and Chester Council’s planning committee will meet next week to run the rule over the next phases of the developer’s Ledsham Garden Village in Little Sutton. 

Redrow Homes was granted outline consent to develop the scheme, which includes a local shop and a primary school on a 260-acre site off Ledsham Road in Ellesmere Port, in 2015. 

Plans for more than 25% of the scheme, comprising 627 homes across six phases and 100 acres, have been recommended for approval by CWAC’s planning department. 

There would be a total of eight one-, 155 two-, 244 three-, 192 four-, and five five-bedroom houses, apartments, and bungalows provided, including 156 affordable homes. 

The project team includes landscape architect Trevor Bridge Associates and environmental consultant The Environment Partnership. 

Approval for the scheme would bring the total number of homes in the wider development to 1,647. 

Redrow has already built or is on-site with hundreds of these homes. Planning permission was granted for phase one in 2015, with phases two, three, and four following in 2020. 

To find out more about the plans for phases six to 11, search for application number 23/02279/REM on Cheshire West and Chester Council’s planning portal. 

Outline plans can be found by searching for application number 12/02091/OUT. 

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One of those random flukes where poor AI imagery turns out to be pretty accurate

By AI-nonymous

Affordable homes? Basically living next to people on benefits, and paying over the odds for it.

By Anonymous

Until they put flood mitigation in for the whole of the surrounding area, including any they have missed in any surrounding areas all developments should be halted. These developments are flooding peoples homes and so far the Developers don’t care.

Stop the developments until they stop the floods.

Greed over people’s homes isn’t a good look!

By Will Bergin

No concerns again about the traffic and environmental issues and disruption to local residents.

By Anonymous

How affordable because most so called affordable homes are anything but.

By Mitzie

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