Sign up for our daily newsletter

Got a story? Email us:


15.2 C

33 new homes could be built in Ravenshead after proposal submitted to Gedling Borough Council

The new homes would be built on Longdale Lane if the green light is given by Gedling Borough Council.


33 new homes could be built in Ravenshead following a proposal submitted to Gedling Borough Council.

The application from Piper Homes is for the erection of 33 dwellings, including open space, landscaping and associated infrastructure in the village.

The proposed location is greenfield land off Longdale Lane alongside the entrance to Ravenshead Leisure Centre.

Pictured: Location of proposed development (Courtesy of GBC)

The planning application confirms that the development will be made up of different types of housing and these are as follows –

- Advertisement -

23 of the proposed properties are classed as ‘Market Housing’ broken down as follows – four properties will be two bedroom, eight properties will be three bedroom and eleven properties will be four bedroom.

Six of the proposed properties are classed as ‘social, affordable of intermediate Housing’ broken down as follows – two properties will be two bedroom and four properties will be three bedroom.

Four for the proposed properties are classed as ‘Starter Homes’ which will be four one bedroom flats/maisonettes.

Submitted supporting documentation (Jan 2023 )from Prangley Planning, Quorn, Leicestershire advises that the application site comprises 1.39 hectares (1.54ha including access through Phase One) of greenfield land to the south west of Longdale Lane, Ravenshead.

To the south east of the site is located Trumpers Wood; further north east beyond the adjacent field through which the site is to be accessed, lies post war residential development; whilst to the west lies sports pitches associated with the Ravenshead Leisure Centre (including playing fields). To the north and north west of the site is a recent development by Taylor Wimpey Homes (Swallow Crescent).

- Advertisement -

The planning application follows a period of consultation as outlined in the Public Consultation Leaflet submitted as an appendix to the ‘Planning Statement Including Statement of Community Involvement’

Pictured: Public Consultation Leaflet (Courtesy of Prangley Planning Ltd.)

Full details can be found on Gedling Borough Council website under planning application no Ref. No: 2023/0083

Spotted something? Got a story? Email our newsdesk

Read more from Gedling Eye

Get your daily news briefing every evening…

Sign up for our daily news email and receive Gedling borough news direct to your email inbox in the early evening, to read at your leisure on your desktop, tablet or mobile wherever you are.

We don’t spam and you'll only receive one email a day

Join the discussion


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


Stories you may have missed...