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Housebuilder Redrow has submitted plans for a new £43million housing development in Congleton.
The proposed development is for 202 homes across 14 acres on land off Macclesfield Road, approximately 1.6km from the centre of Congleton. It will include one, two, three and four-bedroom homes, including the provision of affordable housing.
The scheme is located on land which is allocated for housing development in the Draft Cheshire East Local Plan.
The development features a number of different house types from Redrow’s Heritage Collection.
Plans also include the creation of a large area of public open space on the land, along with an ecological area to support local wildlife.
John Grime, managing director of Redrow Homes (NW), said: “Congleton is a bustling town with strong transport links, good local schools, shops and amenities. All this, combined with the beauty of the Cheshire Peak District on the doorstep, make it the ideal family base. It’s an area already boasting a strong urban and rural architectural mix and, by building sensitively to the existing landscape, our development will offer a village feel while delivering real benefits for the community.”
A decision on the planning application is expected later in the year.