Plans to build 45 homes at a Greenfield site near Trowbridge in Wiltshire are in progress as a proposal for the building has been submitted for consideration.
The 10.2-acre site is expected to be allocated in the Wiltshire Housing Site Allocations Plan. The plan is to be adopted in 2019.
RPS Planning and Development submitted the proposal on behalf of Judith Parry.
The design and access statement read: “The site is due to be allocated in The Wiltshire Housing Site Allocations Plan (July 2018).
“Adoption is expected in early 2019. The application site falls within the North and West Wiltshire Housing Market Area and is allocated for residential development under policy in the emerging Plan. The allocation extends to 3.72 Ha and proposes 45 dwellings.
“The application site, which is irregular in shape, extends to 4.21 Ha and is located to the south and west of Church Lane, approximately 1.5 miles (5-minute drive) to the south west of Trowbridge town centre. A further area of ownership is situated between the site and Lambrok Stream to the south of the site.
“The site is undeveloped and comprises poor semi-improved and improved grassland whilst there are no heritage assets within the site, there are four Grade II listed buildings to the north east; the Church of St John, St John’s Church School, 344 Frome Road and Rose Villa.”