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Celine outlet reviews x-men A massive new housing village is being lined up for south Worcester A 400 MILLION expansion to Worcester could be on the way with a whole new village almost the size of St John's being lined up for fields south of the city.

A total of 2,200 new homes, a primary school, hotel, supermarket, doctors surgery, outdoor market, office space, sports pitches and allotments is being proposed for 153 acres of farmland off Norton Road. The fields, which straddle Crookbarrow Way, the A38 Bath Road and Norton Road, have been sold to London based Welbeck Land, one of the country's biggest development companies. Now it wants to develop the site into a major extension of Worcester with the accommodation going from one bed "starter homes" to five bed properties for families. The project, which could take a decade to complete, could see anywhere from 5,000 6,000 people living on the site, not far off the 8,400 residents in St John's. A planning application, revealed this afternoon, also includes an outdoor market as a place for people to mingle, orchards, 100 units of accommodation for the elderly, celine outlet locations disney indoor badminton courts and a new link road through the estate leading to Norton roundabout. The site was owned by a farming family, and was sold in a private deal. Because the development is so huge, planning applications have been handed to councils in Worcester, Malvern and Wychavon because pieces of the land sit in all three areas. The application is an outline one at the moment and public consultation has now kicked off so people can have their say. Some community leaders say the new homes will be welcome news but fear it could have a huge impact on congestion. Councillor Aubrey Tarbuck, who represents part of the area celine outlet reviews walden for Worcester City Council, said: "There's 4,500 people on a waiting list for affordable and social housing in Worcester, so this could go some way to helping that, so from that aspect it is good news. "But 'thinking' people in St Peter's will be worried, I am sure of that. Under the South Worcestershire Development Plan (SWDP), which spells out where new homes and employment land can go by 2030, the fields are included for around 2,400 properties. Andrew Smith, from Welbeck Land, said: "It could take ten to 15 years to actually complete it, depending on market conditions when it comes to housing. "In the plan (the SWDP) the site has the largest allocation for housing and in terms of the overall value of the scheme, you're looking at approximately 400 million. "It's a genuine mixed use scheme." He said a small supermarket would also be included, as well as plenty of outdoor space around a new market to attract people in. Fourteen hectares of employment land is also included, which will be offered to a range of small companies, and a host of sports facilities like indoor tennis and badminton courts to encourage fitness are also part of the package. He said if the outline bid gets approved, Welbeck will put together a detailed, final planning application including vital elements like the size and scale of the homes, and road improvements. No decision has yet been take on the size and quality of black celine phantom bag the hotel earmarked for the land. The outline planning application does not include much detail, and is simply based around the principle of developing the land. Subject to three approvals, Welbeck will then be asked to submit a final application spelling out the size celine black and white handbag and scale of every aspect of the scheme. Some council chiefs have already vowed to lobby for better road infrastructure before any large scale house building gets backed. Councillor Geoff Williams, city council deputy leader and cabinet member for economic prosperity, said: "It is critical any development is carefully phased and each phase does not proceed until there is some celine nano price certainty that adequate infrastructure will be funded and delivered in the longer term including the much needed improvements to our road network around Worcester." Councillor Judy Pearce, deputy leader at Wychavon District Council, said: "Given the scale and complexity of the application, the three councils will need to take time to consider Welbeck's proposal carefully to ensure it delivers on the councils' vision for this development and that it complies with the emerging planning policies.

"We will do all that we can to make sure that the development does not adversely impact on the adjacent Norton community and is of the highest quality." Coun Tony Penn, the cabinet member for planning and housing at Malvern Hills District Council, said it will "provide useful support" to the SWDP when the housing blueprint is looked at during a public inquiry later this year. .

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