Plans to build 3,000 homes as an extension to Dallington Grange were given the green light in 2018, but developers on the site have now received more than 40 points to stick to when building the properties.

This newspaper has identified some of the key points that applicant Persimmon Homes and developer Pegasus Group must adhere to when implementing the housing estate expansion.

The proposed development offers the opportunity to add a new secondary school and two new elementary schools to the 3,000 homes in Dallington Grange to create employment opportunities for residents.

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“/>Dallington Grange’s proposals cover 3,000 homes near Kings Heath.

A spokesman for Northampton Borough Council (NBC) said in the latest planning approval that development is a “significant and vital” part of Borough Council’s five-year residential need and would contribute to the government’s goals of improving and engaging economic development create employment and training opportunities.

The NBC spokesman said: “The site is in a sustainable location on the outskirts of Northampton, adequately serviced by the necessary infrastructure, and it is believed that the environmental and highway impact can be reasonably mitigated or mitigated . “”

Here are some of the key factors NBC says developers must adhere to when creating the mass expansion:

Before beginning work on the Conway Close access, full technical and structural details of the proposed Conway Close access must be submitted for approval by the Local Planning Authority (LPA).

Conway Close access, if approved, should be provided before the 300th house is occupied. The reason for this is to avoid problems with traffic in the area.

Before occupying a plot of land, full technical and structural details of the following motorway improvements should be submitted to the LPA and approved in writing by the latter:

• Harlestone Road / Quarry Road / Lodge Way

• A428 / Harlestone Road / Firs View / Lodge Drive / Lodge Way.

If approved, the work should be carried out before the 100th property is occupied on site. The reason for this is again to avoid traffic problems in the region.

Before the 501st property is occupied, full technical and structural details of the following motorway improvements should be submitted to the LPA and approved in writing by the LPA:

• The new Sandy Lane / Harlestone Road roundabout must be delivered prior to the occupation of the 601st property

• The roundabout and connection to the Mill Lane site must be delivered prior to the occupation of the 600th property

• Access to Hawksmoor Way / Hawksmoor Drive must be made prior to the occupation of 2.274. Property

The reason for this is to avoid traffic problems in the region again.

A detailed plan should be presented as to when the construction of the following locations will begin: affordable housing, local center, open space, communal facilities, employment areas, open space, sports facilities, play equipment, elementary schools, secondary schools, apartments, highways The reason for this is loud NBC’s timely provision of facilities.

Before the start of the North West Relief Road (NWRR), full technical and structural details as well as a timetable for the implementation of the first section of the NWRR should be submitted for written approval by the LPA. The reason for this is to avoid traffic problems in the region again.

Outside of the opening times from 7.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. Monday to Friday and from 8.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. Saturday or at any time on Sundays, public holidays or other public holidays, no construction work may be carried out on the construction site. No construction site traffic may enter or leave the site before 7 a.m. Monday to Saturday or on Sundays, public holidays or other public holidays.

In order to improve air quality and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, every house that is inhabited will be equipped with an electrical charging connection for vehicles.

Before starting work on the surface, a foul water strategy should be submitted to the LPA and approved in writing by the LPA.

No properties will be occupied until the foul water strategy has been implemented. According to NBC, the reason for this is in the interests of flood protection and ensuring a satisfactory development standard.

Before the 501st property is occupied, the LPA should be presented with a plan for the provision of suitable access roads across the Main and approved in writing by the latter. This should reduce the flood risk for the planned development and future residents, according to NBC.