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Plans Put Forward To Build Over 140 New Homes In Carrington

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Anwyl Homes has submitted plans to develop over 140 new homes on land known as The Meadow at Carrington Village.

The homebuilder consulted extensively with Trafford Council to incorporate the council's new design code requirements, before making the reserved matters application.

Anwyl plans to build 144 bespoke designed new homes, including a mix of houses and apartments, across the 15-acre site, one of the gateway sites to the new Carrington Village.

The 130 private sale homes planned include two, three and four-bedroom properties. The remaining 14 homes will be a mix of two and three-bedroom affordable rent and shared ownership properties.

The Anwyl site, on Manchester Road, forms part of Carrington Village which is an exciting opportunity to create a new vibrant community in South Manchester. The Carrington Estate is one of the UK’s largest regeneration schemes. It comprises approximately 1,665 acres and will provide a mix of industrial, logistics, manufacturing, office and residential development, alongside new community facilities. The current masterplan proposes a total of 5 million sq.ft of commercial accommodation and 5,000 residential units.

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John Grime, Managing Director for Anwyl Homes Lancashire, said: "Our site, The Meadow, enjoys a key position within the new Carrington Village and as a result of its location it will provide Anwyl with a prominent site in an area where there is a proven demand for housing alongside a short supply of new homes.

"Our project team, which includes Asteer Planning, Calderpeel Architects, Urban Green, GTD and Eddisons have been working hard with Anwyl and the Council to develop high quality proposals for The Meadow since we acquired the site from Wain Estates in September 2022. The scheme utilises a range of bespoke designed house types, set within existing mature trees along the site’s frontage. We also intend to carry out extensive new landscaping to create tree lined streets leading to two feature pocket parks and a central local equipped area of play.

"While we only recently submitted a reserved matters planning application, potential purchasers have been enquiring about the homes since the acquisition of the development and are keen to know when they will be on sale, such is the demand for new homes in the area. Subject to planning, work could start later this year, with the first homes expected to be released for sale in summer 2025."

To help support the growth of the neighbourhood Anwyl will make S106 contributions towards primary education facilities totalling £236,890 (index linked), plus contributions towards a travel plan coordinator along with a community infrastructure levy payment.

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