Warrington Road, Gladman, p planning docs

The site is split into two parcels. Credit: via planning documents

Gladman plans 170 Lymm homes 

An 18-acre Green Belt site could be redeveloped under plans lodged with Warrington Council by the Barrett-owned strategic land firm. 

Gladman Developments had lodged outline proposals to build 170 homes on the plot off Warrington Road, west of Lymm town centre. 

Of these homes, around 30% would be delivered on affordable tenures. 

Around 11 acres of the site would be given over to housing, with seven reserved for public open space. 

While currently designated as Green Belt, the site is earmarked for release in Warrington’s emerging local plan, which is on course to be adopted this autumn. 

A design and access statement prepared by Gladman states that the application is “made in the context of the government’s ambition to boost housing delivery and the identification of the application site as a suitable and sustainable location to meet Warrington Council’s housing needs”. 

To learn more, search for application reference 2023/01074/OUTM on Warrington Council’s planning portal. 

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The local NIMBYs are going to have a field day with this!

By BuildaBear

Sensible location for expansion of urban fringe of Lymm – going to be incredibly noisy place to live so close to the Thelwall viaduct however!

By Anon

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