Croft Architecture won planning approval for nine, four-bedroom family homes on land at New Farm, Woodseaves.
The Stafford architects worked with the farm-owner and developer WM Housing Group to gain approval from Stafford Borough Council.
“The plans show an attractive development of family homes, four of which are three-storey in design,” said architect, Carl Croft. “The plan fits with the housing needs of the borough and provides a supply of family homes for Woodseaves.
“Croft Architecture worked with the farmer to secure approval on the principle of building new homes and then with the developer on a detailed plan for the site.”
Added Carl: “Woodseaves is an attractive village with a primary school and other amenities. We are confident that these plans compliment the village environment.”
The Stafford Borough Plan 2011-2031 requires the provision of 1,200 homes in eleven “Key Service Villages”, including Woodseaves, to meet housing demand.
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