mck successfully gained Planning approval for 70 houses on land off Chapel Hill to allow a new residential development for United Utilities Property Services.
The proposals included the renovation of 53 Chapel Hill and the associated barn. These derelict buildings are located within the conservation area and known as s target for anti-social behaviour and vandalism.
The shortage of new houses within the borough help to deliver much-needed homes in Ribble Valley, offering a mix of housing types and sizes. The plans provide new private family homes, as well as a proportion of affordable housing to cater for local needs, such as first-time buyers struggling to get their foot on the housing ladder.
The Chapel Hill plans designed to complement the character of Longridge. The site benefits from being close to public transport links, as well as local shops and services. The plans also provide an opportunity to deliver benefits for the wider community, as new homes will bring more trade for local shops and businesses, and could also act as a catalyst for further investment in the area.
The scheme is sensitively designed to be in keeping with existing properties in the village, and extensive landscaping is proposed throughout the development, as well as new publicly accessible green, open space.
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