A huge 210 home development could be built in the middle of this Sheffield suburb

Developers want to build a huge 210 home development in the middle of a Sheffield suburb, as part of a wider regeneration project.

Thursday, 13th February 2020, 11:45 am
Updated Friday, 14th February 2020, 11:19 am

The Sheffield Housing Company - a joint venture between Sheffield Council, Keepmoat and Great Places - submitted the application to the council last week.

If approved, the field on Noehill Road, Manor Castle, will be transformed into a mix of red and dark grey, two, three and four bedroom houses.

Planners have also proposed space for 346 cars.

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An artists' impression of what the development could look like

On behalf of Sheffield Housing Company, JTP Architects said: "This application forms part of a wider programme of development and regeneration across Sheffield.

"The completed and occupied dwellings have been enthusiastically received with many residents enthusing over the spacious designs and the quality of daylight in their homes via the larger window openings.”

101 of the homes will be three beds and there will be 56 four-beds and 53 two-beds