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Colwick Manor Farm: Plans submitted for nine new homes on former farm site

Seven houses and two bungalows are proposed if the green light is given by Gedling Borough Council.

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Plans have been submitted for nine new homes on the site of a former farm in Colwick.

CAMplan has submitted a planning application for the development of the site on behalf of M & P Boultby Pension Fund.

The empty land is located at the junction of Mike Road and Colwick Manor Farm, backing on to Shakespeare Close.

The proposal is for nine new dwellings, including parking, servicing and landscaping.

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The proposed market housing will consist of seven four-bedroom houses and two two-bedroom bungalows.

There will no vehicular access off Mile End Road to the development but access will be available off Colwick Manor Road and Shakespeare Close.

The site has been the subject of a variety of approved proposals over the past 27 years, none of which have proven to be viable schemes for one reason or another.

A plan was submitted in 2014 for three houses and two apartments, with plans to convert the barns into a heritage cafe. These were withdrawn.

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Pictured: Indicative Site Layout (Courtesy of GBC Planning Dept.)


Full details can be found on Gedling Borough Council website under planning application no Ref. No: 2023/0096

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