The Draft Greater Manchester Spatial Framework has supported Spawforths' proposal for 11,500 houses and 750,000m2 of employment space at Carrington. Spawforths are lead planning consultants working for the HIMOR Group to bring forward these significant regeneration proposals for Carrington, Partington and Sale West. Read more
Leeds City Council’s application to overturn the Boston Spa appeal decision at the High Court has been dismissed. Read more
Spawforths have successfully secured the approval for the employment phase at City Fields, Wakefield on behalf of Keyland Developments Limited. Read more
Spawforths, on behalf of Miller Homes has obtained Reserved Matters approval from Barnsley Council’s Planning Regulatory Board for 80 dwellings on the 27 September 2016. Read more
Spawforths, on behalf of Network Space, have prepared and submitted a hybrid scheme to Knowsley Council, comprising a full planning application for 101,150 sq ft of B1(b) (c), B2, B8 employment space across three new industrial units, and an outline planning application for up to 176,000 sq ft of new employment space on their existing Alchemy Way Industrial Park near Kirkby. Read more
Outline planning permission for a mixed use scheme of up to 209 dwellings and 5241m² employment space prepared by Spawforths was approved by Dudley Council’s planning committee on the 19th September 2016. Read more
Spawforths, on behalf of Stretton Estates (Wakefield) Ltd, have prepared and submitted a full planning application for 334 dwellings on the former Wakefield B Power Station site at Doncaster Road, Wakefield, now known as “Heathlands at City Fields”. Determination of this application by the Council is expected by the end of 2016. Read more
Spawforths have been commissioned to prepare masterplans for two potential garden villages in the region, one with up to four thousand homes, the other for as many as ten thousand new homes. Each will be discrete settlements with their own community facilities and services. Both garden villages will make a significant contribution to providing new homes, to meet local needs, as well as delivering jobs and new sustainable transport infrastructure. Adrian Spawforth, the Managing Director said ”Garden Villages provide opportunity for strategic planning, minimising the impact of new development on existing communities and creating a platform for innovative new buildings and delivery methods. Spawforths are delighted to be at the forefront of this approach and have created new proposals for the first garden villages in the region”. Read more
Spawforths, on behalf of HIMOR Group, have prepared and subbmitted planning application(s) to Trafford Council for the first phase of its Future Carrington scheme, which includes 900 homes and up to one million sq ft of commercial space. Read more
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