Reserved Matters approval for 98 new homes at Charlton Hayes, Patchway has been granted by South Gloucestershire Council.
National consultancy Pegasus Group submitted the application on behalf of client Wainhomes for the development that also includes two small retail units and associated infrastructure and landscaping.
The two residential parcels earmarked for development are at the western end of the Charlton Hayes site, on the junction between Highwood Road, Coniston Road and Great Brier Leaze, which is the boulevard leading into this part of the Charlton Hayes development.
The new homes will be a mix of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses and 1 and 2 bedroom flats, of which 23 will be affordable. The properties are two, three and four storeys high and parking will be provided via a mix of garages, parking courts and on street parking.
The two small units for local retail use are 110 and 95 square metres in size and will be located adjacent to the square at the southern end of the Boulevard.
In recommending the application for approval, the planning officer said that Pegasus Group had worked with the local authority in a ‘positive and proactive manner’ in order to resolve issues over the provision of affordable housing, drainage and design/layout.
Daniel Millward, a senior planner based in Pegasus Group’s Bristol office, said: “We delivered Urban Design and planning services on behalf of Wainhomes. We are pleased that our comprehensive negotiations with the Local Planning Authority resulted in approval of this reserved matters application to bring 98 new homes to Patchway.”
Pegasus Group has more than 280 skilled and experienced staff operating from 12 offices throughout the UK. The team offers extensive experience across all sectors of the development industry from large scale urban extensions, strategies for area regeneration to renewable energy and residential schemes.