JTP gets go-ahead for 2,200 homes in Worcestershire

JTP's south Worcester proposals

Masterplan includes school, health centre, care home and shops

Proposals for a JTP-designed urban extension to the south of Worcester have won outline consent, paving the way for the delivery of 2,200 new homes, a new primary school, a health centre and new shops.

The scheme, created for Welbeck Strategic Land, straddles the boundaries of Worcester City Council, Wychavon District Council, and Malvern Hills District Council and is part of a joint development plan between the three.

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