A housing association in Preston has tabled plans to build 14 new homes across the city.Advertisement
Community Gateway Association has five plots of land it has submitted proposals for.
The largest is six new homes on the site of a former pub in Lea – on the junction of Ainsdale Drive and West Park Avenue.
Plans from Gateway explain the work in Lea would be the first stage in a wider plan to have more new affordable homes in the area – if they can secure a deal with Lancashire County Council for disused land nearby.
A further two homes would also be built further up Ainsdale Drive where Gateway say there is currently a gap between existing homes of empty land.
Another plot of land is one Gateway were given by Preston City Council in Ashton-on-Ribble.
The land, in Parker Street, uses an empty plot of land to build two new homes.
Gateway say they want to build ‘high quality homes and make effective use of the site’.
Coniston Avenue, off Blackpool Road, is earmarked for two new homes once a derelict store building has been demolished.
In Luton Road facing into Savick Brook what used to be 15 garages has been proposed to become two new homes.
Two bungalows would be built in the road and would offer views over the nearby fields.
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