Permission sought for 74 homes
6:15am Fri Jan 06, 2017
Permission is being sought for a housing development that has faced opposition from residents.
Avant Homes has applied to Rushcliffe Borough Council for permission for reserved matters to build 74 homes south of Abbey Lane, Aslockton.

Outline permission for 75 homes was granted by the Planning Inspectorate in October last year following an appeal.

The development, if approved, would be a mix of three, four and five-bedroom housing and would include 22 lower-cost homes.

The two-storey houses would be on a 1.89-hectare area, part of which is in flood zone 2, meaning there is risk of a significant flood once every 100 years.

Avant Homes said in its application: “The layout, appearance and scale of the development is of a high quality that follows the design parameters established by the outline approval and meets current village design principles, which ensures that it will fit well to its surroundings.”

Rushcliffe Borough Council, which will decide the application, is aiming to build 13,150 homes by 2028.

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