Hallam Land Management Limited, the strategic land subsidiary of Henry Boot PLC, has submitted its plans for a brand new housing development off Woodhouse Lane and Blind Lane, Bolsover, Derbyshire.
The application to Bolsover District Council follows extensive public consultation and a public exhibition held in January this year. The outline application and plans are for approximately 250 homes, with a mixed range of properties offering 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom designs including a significant number of affordable homes. The new development would include a new road from Woodhouse Lane which would provide access into the development and a secondary access for emergency vehicles from Cundy Road/Blind Lane. Paul Burton, Regional Manager of Hallam Land Management, commented “The overwhelming response from the public was positive at our January exhibition. We have incorporated suggestions put forward and our proposals could create 250 much needed quality homes for the people of Bolsover, and according to official Home Builders Federation research over 350 new housing jobs for the industry.”
Hallam Land Management is a part of the Henry Boot Group of Companies.
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