June 16, 2024


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Ideas lodged for 140-household advancement

Plans lodged for 140-home development

Options have been lodged for a growth of much more than 140 houses in South Yorkshire.

Avant Houses, supported by setting up and structure consultancy Barton Willmore, has submitted plans to Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council for 144 two, a few, four and five-bed room spouse and children properties at Waverley.

It follows Avant Homes’ acquisition of 12.8-acres of land from Harworth Group earlier this week.

Jane Beckett, planning associate at Barton Willmore, explained: “These options symbolize a key portion of the progress in the advancement of the Waverley new local community – bringing considerably-necessary family housing to this blended use place.

“Waverley is Yorkshire’s premier brownfield regeneration site which is definitely integral to the rejuvenation of this place, and supports the government’s levelling up agenda, as very well as its ‘build back better’ campaign to push recovery following the coronavirus pandemic.

“Establishing superior quality housing is an important section of realising this recovery. Avant Homes’ options are significant excellent, sustainable and in harmony with the Core Approach.”

The former colliery website at Waverley has been remediated and restored and is already the web page of 1,020 properties, which are portion of a new community that will sooner or later comprise a lot more than 3,000 households.