PLANS for a major housing scheme at the former Gedling Colliery site will be unveiled during a public consultation meeting next week.
Doncaster-based developers Keepmoat want to build 1,050 homes on the site of the former colliery which closed back in 1991. They are now inviting local people to see proposals and have their say before their final plans are submitted to Gedling Borough Council.
As well as housing, the firm will also contribute to the construction of the new Gedling Access Road.
The event will take place on Wednesday, November 18 from 5-7pm at Stanhope School on Keyworth Road, Gedling.
Paul Degg, regional managing director at Keepmoat, said: “The development at the former Gedling Colliery will provide a wide range of affordable housing options for local people as well as presenting employment and training opportunities in the construction centre throughout the site’s development.”