Plans for new homes in Hereford submitted
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Detailed plans for a new housing development in Hereford have been submitted.
We've acquired land on Roman Road in the town and has now submitted a planning application to Herefordshire Council to build 42 homes on the site, which is currently a disused poultry farm. The homes are planned to be a mix of two and three bedrooms homes for rent and for sale through part-buy, part-rent shared ownership.
Land manager Jo Noakes said: “We hope that our plans for these new homes in Hereford will be approved, so that we’re able to start work on them as soon as possible. There’s a lot of demand for affordable housing in the town that this development will help to meet.
“It’s a good site with good access to local amenities and we’ve worked with building consultants Baily Garner to deliver a plan that makes best use of this land. We’ve got an excellent track record of building quality homes and continue to invest in our customers and communities once the homes are completed and people have moved in.”
The plans form part of our ambitions to increase its programme of building affordable homes. In the ten years to 2028 our aim is to build 14,000 new homes across the West Midlands and West of England.