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Plans submitted for "aspirational" homes in Clacton
6:00pm Monday 9th September 2013 in News
BLUEPRINTS have been submitted for seven “aspirational” homes in Clacton.
Developers Robinson and Hall want to build the detached homes on the site of West Country House, in Cherry Tree Avenue, close to Clacton Air Field.
A planning document said the homes, which are set off a private courtyard, will have a large floor space of 250sq metres each with four bedrooms, two with en suites, double garages, off street parking and large gardens.
In a report, planning agent Peter Le Grys said: “It is considered that delivering houses next to the urban boundary will provide attractive high quality homes that people growing up in the district can aspire to live in, stay close to their family and enjoy high quality employment without the need to move away from the local area.
“It will encourage people to live in the district who will have disposable income to spend in the local economy and who have the potential to invest in local business opportunities.
A decision on the outline plans is expected to be made by Tendring Council by October 17, following which a detailed plan must be submitted.
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