A housing development plan which will could see more than 100 homes built around Rastrick fire station has been submitted.
A full planning application for the proposed development of 113 houses on land off Clough Lane, Rastrick has been submitted to Calderdale Council.
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Homebuilder Keepmoat Homes has agreed a deal for the site in Rastrick as it looks to embark on its first ever development in Calderdale.
The site historically formed an agricultural field as part of Lands Farm previously fronting New Hey Road
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In the planning application it says: "Development of the site would provide a high quality residential scheme providing much needed housing in a sustainable location.
"The development proposes to deliver a high-quality development of residential two, three, and four bedroom properties.
"The proposed use of materials would be sympathetic to other residential properties in the vicinity.
"Vehicular access is provided from New Hey Road. The Transport Assessment provided with the application establishes there would be no adverse impact upon the local highway network."
As part of this development Keepmoat Homes will be engaging with local schools and education providers to offer sites visits and work experience.
The homebuilder also plans to launch a Social and Economic Investment Fund to support the project which will invest in local community organisations, charities and projects which will positively impact the local area.