Planning applications submitted to build houses in Herefordshire

A number of planning applications have been submitted this week for new homes to be built in the county.

A number of planning applications have been submitted this week for new homes to be built in the county.

First published in News Hereford Times: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

MORE applications have been submitted this week to build homes in the county.

The biggest submission is for 50 houses to be sited on land adjacent to Vine Tree Close in Withington.

Paul Smith Associates, based in Bridge Street, Hereford, has put its proposal forward to Herefordshire Council.

If the plans are approved, 18 of the 50 houses would be affordable and the scheme would come complete with a new vehicular access and space for 100 cars.

Twenty new homes could be also built in Wellington.

The executors of the late D.T. Williams Esq have submitted plans for the properties to be sited on land adjacent to Church House Farm.

If the proposal is approved, 13 of the 20 homes would be open market and seven affordable.

A total of 47 car park spaces would also be provided, including eight for the village school.

Other plans submitted include:

1) A two-bedroom bungalow at the rear of an existing detached house in Mill Street, Kington.

2) A new home on land at 131 Etnam Street in Leominster.

3) A property to the rear of High Bank in Richards Castle.

4) A bungalow in Newtown Road, Hereford - which includes the demolition of an existing outbuilding.

5) The disused Arches guesthouse in Walford Road, Ross-on-Wye being converted into two homes.

The scheme also includes a bungalow being built within the grounds.

6) Two residential properties being built on land at Archenfield Veterinary Surgery in Ross-on-Wye.

Meanwhile two flats in Kington could be turned into a day centre.

Garth Care Services has submitted plans for the change of use at The Square.

The proposal also includes a memory cafe, where people with both physical disabilities and dementia can go with their carers and meet new people.

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