Port Homes have purchased land from Hartlepool Borough Council to further extend their existing residential development at Seaton Meadows. An access road is proposed through the existing development to the land.
Port Homes are now seeking to submit a full application for
planning permission to provide 76 new dwellings on the site.
The proposed development will comprise a mix of semi-detached and detached family homes to complement the existing residential area. Each property will benefit from off street car parking spaces and private enclosed rear gardens to create a safe and inclusive place to live. The proposed development also includes open front gardens which will be lawned and some landscaping areas to enhance the character and appearance of the development.
The design of the proposed development has been arranged around a cul-de-sac layout to allow for safe access and manoeuvrability for vehicles and to encourage a sense of place and community for residents. The proposed layout and design of the new homes would compliment the existing homes in the area.
Before the application is submitted we are seeking your views, please take a look at the plans and let us know your thoughts.
In the preparation of the planning application we will collect and review all comments and feed them into the proposed scheme as far as is possible. For further information or to comment on the proposals please complete the Comments Form below; email us your comments to [email protected] or write to us at Planning House, 24 Briardene Way, Easington Colliery, Peterlee, Co. Durham SR8 3NR.
Please send your comments to us no later than Friday 3rd December 2021.
Any personal information provided as part of this consultation will be managed in accordance with our Private Notice.
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Leave your name and email below along with your comments on the proposed development.
Your contact details will not be made public and will be held by Planning House in accordance with General Data Protection Regulations. There will be a further opportunity to comment on the final proposal through Hartlepool Borough Council’s own consultation process, once the planning application has been submitted. However this may not be as extensive as this consultation.