W Monks/S&N – Grimbaldeston Farm Housing Development – Lancashire - Project Profile
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W Monks (Longridge) Ltd (W Monks) and S & N Forshaw (S&N) joint venture is planning to undertake the construction of a residential complex in Lancashire, the UK.
The project involves the construction of 275 homes, including 190 market homes, 69 affordable homes and 46 single story houses on 19ha of land. It includes the construction of retail units, parking and other related facilities.
PWA Planning Ltd and JWPC have been appointed as planners and Campbell Driver Partnership as architect for the project.
In November 2014, an outline planning application for construction of 346 homes was submitted.
In May 2015, an outline planning application for development of 305 homes was submitted and the public consultation for the application ended on June 9, 2015.
In January 2016, Ribble Valley Council has refused the outline application for 305 dwellings.
As November 2016, W Monks and S&N has submitted the planning application to Ribble Valley Council.
In February 2017, W Monks and S&N is in process of seeking planning approval.
The project involves the construction of 275 homes, including 190 market homes, 69 affordable homes and 46 single story houses on 19ha of land on Grimbaldeston Farm site off Preston Road in Longridge, Preston, Lancashire, the UK.
The US$150 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of market homes
2. Construction of affordable homes
3. Construction of 46 single story houses
4. Construction of retail units
5. Construction of parking facilities
6. Construction of other related facilities
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