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Plans On View For Proposed Development at Llansantffraid, Powys

Mid-Wales Housing Association, in partnership with Pickstock Homes, are providing an opportunity for the public to view and comment on plans to develop 13 new properties in Llansantffraid before the submission of a planning application to the local planning authority.

The proposed development would provide a second phase to the 13 houses that Mid-Wales Housing Association and Pickstock Homes intend to develop at the site under current outline planning permission P/2016/0719 that was granted in May 2018.

The first phase will mainly comprise of houses to purchase for own occupation under Welsh Government's Rent to Own scheme and a small proportion of affordable houses to rent. The proposed second phase, for which we are now seeking your views, will provide 13 affordable houses to rent. These houses would be part-funded by Welsh Government Social Housing Grant and be rented out by Mid-Wales Housing Association at affordable rent levels.

The plans and all associated information can be viewed or downloaded below. This is an opportunity to comment directly on the proposed development before the design and layout of the development is finalised and submitted to the local planning authority. The Association would like to hear people's views and will consider all comments before deciding on the final scheme.

Anyone who wishes to comment on the proposed development should write to:

Pickstock Homes Ltd,
17 Mile Oak,
Maesbury Road Industrial Estate
Oswestry
Shropshire
SY10 8GA

Email: enquiries@pickstockhomes.com

by 21st September 2020

 

Documentation Available To Download / View

1 Bed House – Floor Plans
1 Bed House – Elevations
2 Bed House – Floor Plans
2 Bed House – Elevations
3 Bed House – Floor Plans
3 Bed House – Elevations
4 Bed House – Floor Plans
4 Bed House – Elevations
Site Location Plan
Proposed Site Plan
Site Levels and Constraints Plan
Design & Access Statement
Planning Application Form