Taylor Wimpey to host public consultation event for 137 new homes in Carnbroe
Taylor Wimpey West Scotland intends to make a planning application to North Lanarkshire Council for the provision of around 137 new homes through the development of land west of Carnbroe Road.
This parcel of land forms part of the wider Carnbroe development where Planning Permission in Principal is already in place, and is allocated for development within the Local Development Plan (LDP).
Ahead of a planning application early next year, the leading housebuilder is hosting an in-person public consultation event on Wednesday 6 December 2023 from 5pm-8pm at the Riverbank Community Hub in Coatbridge to keep the local community fully informed of its development proposals.
This public consultation event follows a previous event held locally on 8 November 2023. This second event allows Taylor Wimpey to once again share its proposals for the development with members of the public, and to listen to their views as its plans evolve over the coming months.
Martin Findlay, technical director for Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, added: “Our public consultation events are an important part of our community engagement strategy for any new development. They allow us to discuss our development proposals for the area directly with key stakeholders and members of the local community, and this allows us to consider their views as we develop our emerging scheme.
“Our in-person event on Wednesday 6 December is an ideal opportunity for members of the local community of Carnbroe to meet our design team to find out more about our proposals. For those who attend, we also encourage them to complete our feedback forms. For those unable to join us in person, full details about our proposals and an opportunity to leave feedback will also be available on our website.
“As well as an impressive range of new homes, our proposed development would provide a range of economic benefits for the local Carnbroe area. This includes supporting new jobs for every year of construction, as well as the attraction of new customers to local businesses from those who choose to live in one of the new homes this development aims to deliver.”
For more information about the public consultation event or to find out more about the proposals for the development, visit the website.