Nearly 100 more homes on a former coal mining site have been given the go-ahead. Councillors waved through the second phase of 96 homes on the former Ellington Colliery site, which has outline permission for up to 400 in total. There were no questions to planners or debate as the scheme was unanimously approved by members of Northumberland County Council’s strategic planning committee on Tuesday night. The reserved-matters application, featuring the details for further properties on land south of Lynemouth Road, had sparked no objections from technical consultees or residents. There had been some outstanding issues related to surface-water drainage to sort out, but these had been dealt with before the meeting. The only reason the plans had to be decided by councillors was because the applicant is the council’s own regeneration company, Advance Northumberland (formerly Arch). The latest bid follows the first phase of 99 homes, known as Wayside Point, that were approved in December 2016, and are currently under construction and being sold. Read More Today’s other news stories Lying to the south and east of the first phase, the 96 homes approved this week consist of nine two-bedroom bungalows, 19 two-bedroom homes, 14 three-bedroom townhouses, 32 three-bedroom… Read full this story
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