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Legal & General Modular Homes has won planning consent to build 185 homes in Lockleaze in Bristol.
The scheme, which has been developed in conjunction with
Bristol City Council, will see two-, three- and four- bedroom houses along with
one- and two-bedroom apartments developed on land at Bonnington Walk.
All homes have been designed to achieve an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) ‘A’ rating, while 50% of them will be delivered as affordable housing.
The homes will be manufactured at L&G’s factory in
Sherburn-in-Elmet in Yorkshire.
As part of the scheme, new allotment patches and accessible
green open space will be introduced to complement the existing community
orchard, a new local community hub will be built, and walking, cycling and road
improvements will be made.
Since May this year, L&G Modular has secured planning approval
for nearly 350 homes, including 154 homes at a site in Selby, North Yorkshire.
The business aims to deliver 3,000 homes a year “at maturity”.
Rosie Toogood, CEO of Legal & General Modular Homes said:
“Using modular construction, Legal & General will be able to deliver much
needed, high quality and sustainable homes that are affordable in half the time
of traditional methods. In a post-pandemic environment, the availability of
affordable homes – set within beautiful open spaces – which create a
well-connected local community will be more important than ever before.
“Our journey to revolutionise the UK’s construction industry
is well underway, and planning consent at Bonnington Walk, Bristol is testament
to this. With planning permission for 350 homes this year, the business
is making great steps forward. This Bristol scheme, along with our
consented scheme in Selby, will really showcase the benefits of modern modular