Posted: Fri 11th Dec 2020

Permission to build eight properties on land in Penycae area could soon be renewed for people living in or visiting the wrexham area

Planning permission to build eight properties on land in the Penycae area could soon be renewed.

An application has been submitted to Wrexham Council requesting that outline planning permission to redevelop land on Wrights Garage in Penycae is extended

The plans themselves include building a mixture of eight semi-detached and mews properties on the site.

Blueprint Architectural Services Ltd, which has submitted the application, states that it is their “client’s intention is to develop this vacant piece of land to form a residential development as previously approved with the additional retaining walls now required.”

They add that a parcel of land used to house Wrights Garage, which has “presently closed for business and previous structures demolished.”

It is intended that the existing access to the former garage site is retained for the development.

The applicants continue onto say: “By agreeing this renewal of development in principle, the local authority will help address the need for housing within the county borough.

“We feel this planning application should be looked favourably upon and granted permission as we feel there are no justifiable reasons for refusal.

“The local authority can ensure the site becomes a usable area again by supporting this application and creating family homes within a village community

The application will be considered for approval at a later date.

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