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New plans submitted for Wynyard that could see 1,100 homes built

PLANS: 1,100 houses could be built

PLANS: 1,100 houses could be built

DEVELOPERS have submitted outline planning applications for three sites on the outskirts of Hartlepool which could see a total of 1,100 homes built.

Wynyard Park have submitted two applications, the first is for 200 houses on land north of the A689 at Wynyard Business Park.

That is the re-submitted application, with 400 less homes than the original application, after Hartlepool Borough Council’s planning committee decision to defer the original application for 603 houses last September.

The new plans include a local centre, office floorspace and a multi-use games area. The houses would be built within the borough of Hartlepool.

Meanwhile, Wynyard Park has also submitted outline plans for up to 400 homes, a potential primary school, local centre, multi-use games area, playing field and landscaping for a separate development on land north of the A689 at Wynyard Business Park.

They have been submitted to Hartlepool Council because part of the access needed falls on land in the borough, but the actual houses would be built on land in the Stockton Borough.

The third is from Cameron Hall Developments for outline permission for up to 500 houses, a primary school, nursery, retail unit and doctors surgery on land at Wynyard Village.

The Cameron Hall development falls on land in the Stockton Borough.

It will go before Hartlepool’s planning committee as part of access to that plot lies on land within the council’s jurisdiction.

 

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