Nicholas King Homes is planning 71 properties in Cropredy, Oxfordshire.

The housebuilder has submitted plans to West Oxfordshire District Council to develop 3.8 hectares of land at The Old Dairy Farm, off Station Road, which is currently used as a camping and caravanning park.

A total of 25 of the new homes will be affordable and comprise a mix of one and two-bedroom flats and two, three and four-bedroom houses.

The 46 open market homes will be a mix of two, three and four-bedroom houses.

The plans also include a car park for 225 cars. The car park had already been approved in a previous application submitted by Cropredy Parish Council, aimed at serving the community and especially Cropredy C of E Primary School.

The scheme was designed by BHPH Architects and planned by Walsingham Planning.

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