Outline plans for 617 homes at Warringon’s Omega South look set to be given the green light next week.
The proposals were first discussed in August, and following a resolution to approve were referred to the Secretary of State, as a departure from the original development plan. It has now been confirmed that the scheme will not be called in for inquiry
Development at the 50-acre site will see housing come forward on four separate parcels of land. The application also includes a hotel, an extra care facility and retail and leisure.
Of that total, 317 of the homes had prior consent as part of the Omega Warrington masterplan, but an additional 300 units were then added in favour of offices.
The scheme hasn’t changed since August’s resolution to approve, but as a matter of tranparency is going before the development management committee again due to an error in the schedule of conditions to be met.