Public consultation on mixed tenure housing development
Telford & Wrekin Council, Nuplace Ltd and Lovell Partnerships will be holding two public consultation events later this month to showcase proposals for a new a mixed tenure housing scheme in Donnington Wood.
The new development will be for up to 335 new homes which will be a mixture of general needs and specialist accommodation for affordable and private rent as well as open market sale.
The consultation event will provide an opportunity for local residents and businesses to view and comment on the development proposals for Land off Donnington Wood Way, prior to the planning application being submitted later in the year.
Visitors will have the opportunity to see development plans and speak to the team who will be on hand to answer any questions.
Due to the ongoing situation, social distancing measures will need to be adhered to and there is a maximum capacity of four people in the venues at any one time.
For those who would prefer there is also the opportunity to submit comments on the new development online.
Councillor David Wright, Telford & Wrekin Council’s cabinet member for Housing, said: “This promises to be another excellent development for the borough which will deliver against many of the council’s strategic objectives relating to housing and the green agenda and I would encourage the community to come and see what we have planned.”
Stuart Penn, Managing Director for Lovell Midlands said, “We are delighted to have been selected to deliver another important housing project in Telford. We have a history of successful partnership working with Nuplace and Telford & Wrekin Council and look forward to providing more high quality, energy efficient new homes for local people.”
The consultation events will take place on:
Monday 21 September between 1pm and 7pm at Turreff Hall, Turreff Avenue, Donnington, Telford, TF2 8HG, and
Thursday 24 September between 1pm and 7pm at St John’s Church, Saltwells Drive, Muxton, TF2 8RJ
The deadline for all comments, including those online, will be Friday 16 October 2020. There will be a further formal statutory consultation process once the planning application has been submitted.