Second bid to build cheap homes on old factory site From Worcester News

Second bid to build cheap homes on old factory site From Worcester News Nexus Housing Association has re submitted an application to Worcester City Council to build 103 homes on the site of the former Wescol factory complex, off Brickfields Road. nike air max 90 Scarpe Nike Store Also proposed is an office block with 1,006 cheap jerseys square metres of floorspace. Nike air max 1 pas cher Of the 103 homes, 40 would be for outright sale on the open market. New Balance 446 męskie The affordable and social housing aspect would consist of 38 homes for rent and 25 for shared ownership. Soldes Chaussures Nike This means 61 per cent of the buildings would be social housing compared to the 30 per cent as required by local planning requirements. ugg australia pas cher Chuck Posite Liz Staveley, director of Worcester based Nexus Housing, said: “We have been working with planners since the original scheme was rejected to come up with a revised proposal acceptable to everyone. Running Asics Sneakers Further studies have also been undertaken surrounding the employment issues. new balance 2017 Adidas Zx Flux Homme Bleu “The previous application was for outline consent only. This new detailed plan has been developed in close discussion with the planners. nike air max 2017 femme rouge The development will be of high quality design and construction, with the added benefit of providing business premises for up to 70 people. Nike Air Max 2016 Homme “We are looking forward to hearing the planning committee’s decision and hope we can then move things forward to provide new, affordable accommodation for the people of Worcester.” However, the application is likelty to face problems because the land, despite the fact that it has lain derelict for more than four years, is classed as being for employment use. The original application put forward by Nexus was rejected last December by the council’s planning committee. nike air max command adidas pure boost homme That was for 40 open market homes and 60 affordable homes. The developer also wanted.

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