Posted: Tue 31st Oct 2017

Updated: Tue 31st Oct

Plans put forward for Caego housing development for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Oct 31st, 2017

Plans to build a small housing development on land near a local garden centre have been put forward.

In an application submitted to Wrexham Council it has been proposed that eight properties are built on land next to the Ferndale Home and Garden Centre on Berse Road, Caego.

If approved the development would consist of four, two bedroom houses and four, three bedroom properties, which would be built on land in front of the garden centre and fronting onto Berse Road.

The application also proposes the creation of a new access point to the garden centre and dwellings.

A 2m footpath along the site’s frontage an within the application site would also be developed.

Details within the application’s design and access statement note: “We feel this application should be looked favourably upon and granted permission as we feel there are no justifiable reasons for refusal.

“Redevelopment of this parcel of brownfield land should be supported by the local authority as diversification of the site. The development would also help support a long standing business within the County Borough.

“Eight dwellings would aid Wrexham in reducing its deficit for new dwellings.”

The application is expected to be considered for approval at a later date.

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