The proposal received unanimous support for 212 new homes despite some reservations about the amount of affordable housing.
Approval had been given for 180 homes back in 2019 with only 28 per cent affordable housing. The revised proposal will reduce car parking spaces from 160 down to 110. The new proposal includes 50 per cent affordable housing.
Clarion intend to build in blocks up to five storeys of flats and separately terraced houses. The development will be a carbon zero, include shared public spaces and create a sense of “place”.
The proposal had originally been given outline permission in 2016. Richmond College sold the 4.8 acres to Clarion Housing in March 2018.
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