Update on plans to build 242 homes in Denny

A planning application to construct 242 homes on farmland in the Denny area has now been withdrawn.

Tuesday, 28th September 2021, 8:56 am
Updated Tuesday, 28th September 2021, 12:16 pm

The application to Falkirk Council, lodged by Avant Homes and Callendar Estates, sought to build the new housing on land at Mydub Farm, near Glasgow Road, but was withdrawn on September 16.

The proposal was lodged with the council earlier in the year after an online community consultation. The new houses were supposed to be part of the Denny south-east settlement expansion.

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The housing was going to be constructed on land at Mydub Farm near Glasgow Road in Denny

Directly following on from the withdrawal of the original plans, the applicants lodged another proposal with Falkirk Council for the erection for 228 houses, along with landscaping and engineering works at the same location.

The developers stated it would be a "high quality new neighbourhood" which would enhance connections to the existing town and to the surrounding core path network as well as introducing new areas of open space and landscaping.

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