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Changes made to housing plans

Leading home-builder Taylor Wimpey is to hold a follow-up public exhibition on its updated masterplan for new homes on land off Dilworth Lane, Longridge on Thursday 29th May.

Leading home-builder Taylor Wimpey is to hold a follow-up public exhibition on its updated masterplan for new homes on land off Dilworth Lane, Longridge on Thursday 29th May.

Home-builder Taylor Wimpey is to hold a follow-up public exhibition on its updated masterplan for new homes on land off Dilworth Lane, Longridge on May 29.

The developer recently invited comments and feedback on the initial proposals from the first consultation event, which was undertaken while the scheme was still in its infancy.

Taylor Wimpey has now improved the final plans, incorporating local people’s ideas and feedback, and is keen to share with the local community, its updated masterplan.

The masterplan now incorporates a village green and a community orchard in the centre of the site and a woodland buffer to the east. These changes result in the loss of 20 homes across the site to a revised total of up to 220 new homes. There are also now a larger proportion of smaller properties, including some bungalows.

The second exhibition will be held at the Workstation, The Old Station, Berry Lane, Longridge, Lancashire, on May 29 from 4pm – 7pm.

 

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