Hargreaves Land has submitted an outline planning application to Mendip District Council seeking planning permission for an exciting new residential development in the popular market town of Frome in Somerset.
The proposed development consists of a mix of housing types including a terrace of town houses with under-croft parking, with the option of home working spaces.
The development is planned for the current Braeside Works in Frome where Hornbeam Ivy, an established manufacturer and important local employer is currently situated.
If approved, the proposals will enable Hornbeam Ivy to consolidate their manufacturing facilities into one purpose built location elsewhere in the town.
Lee Weatherall, senior planning and development manager at Hargreaves Land said: “The redevelopment of this site will not only improve local residential amenity and support the growth of a local business but will also improve the character of the conservation area with the provision of sensitively developed homes.”
The Braeside Works scheme is one of a number of new residential projects currently being progressed by Hargreaves Land. In Scotland, the firm has recently securing planning permission for 1,600 homes at Blindwells in East Lothian and is currently working on the delivery of around 70 homes in Halstead, Essex.
For more information on the Braeside Works project, email Lee.Weatherall@hsgplc.co.uk