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Appendix C

Housing allocation maps and proformas

Tier 1

Bilbrook & Codsall

Map of Bilbrook & Codsall

Site reference

213

Village

Bilbrook

Minimum capacity

13 dwellings

Address

Bilbrook House

Site area

0.5ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Bilbrook House

Key requirements

  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Carter Avenue

Site reference

224

Village

Codsall

Minimum capacity

85 dwellings

Address

Land adjacent to Station Road

Site area

4.0 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Land adjacent to Station Road

Key requirements

  • To deliver a ­­30 space car park for Codsall railway station
  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained and enhanced. In particular, the north – western edge of the site to clearly denote the former landscape and current parkland area
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Station Road

Site reference

228

Village

Codsall

Minimum capacity

29 dwellings

Address

Former Adult Training Centre off Histons Hill

Site area

0.8 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Former Adult Training Centre off Histons Hill

Key requirements

Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Site reference

419 a&b

Village

Codsall

Minimum capacity

317 dwellings

Address

Land at Keepers Lane & Wergs Hall Rd

Site area

15.1 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Land at Keepers Lane

Key requirements

  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained and where possible enhanced
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Wergs Hall Road and into the adjacent allocated housing site, including provision of a through road from Keepers Lane to Wergs Hall Road and extension of existing footway.

Cheslyn Hay & Great Wyrley

Map of Cheslyn Hay & Great Wyrley

Site reference

119a

Village

Cheslyn Hay

Minimum capacity

60

Address

Land adjoining Saredon Road

Site area

2.9 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Land adjoining Saredon Road

Key requirements

  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained.
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.
  • Development of the site should be in accordance with the recommendations set out in the Level 2 Strategic Flood Risk Assessment detailed site summary table.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Saredon Road, including extension of footway.

Site Reference

523

Village

Cheslyn Hay

Minimum capacity

49

Address

Land east of Wolverhampton Road

Site area

2.4 ha

Proposed Use

Housing

Map of Land east of Wolverhampton Road

Key requirements

  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Wolverhampton Road and explore pedestrian access to Pinfold Lane

Site reference

141

Village

Great Wyrley

Minimum capacity

31 dwellings

Address

154a Walsall Road

Site area

1.2 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of 154a Walsall Road

Key infrastructure requirements

Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Walsall Road.

Site reference

136

Village

Great Wyrley

Minimum capacity

155 dwellings

Address

Land at Landywood Lane

Site area

7.4ha

Proposed use

Housing

FMap of Land at Landywood Lane

Key requirements

  • To deliver an off-site country park and land for allotments on the adjacent land parcels on the policies map identified as green infrastructure, including display board highlighting the sites mining heritage.
  • To deliver parking for Landywood Station
  • Create a strong defensible boundary along the south-west edge of the site
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Landywood Lane and Upper Landywood Lane, alongside pedestrian access into new country park.

Site reference

139

Village

Great Wyrley

Minimum capacity

46 dwellings

Address

Pool View, Churchbridge

Site area

2.2 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Pool View, Churchbridge

Key requirements

  • Wherever possible maintain tree boundaries within the site in line with the HESA – stage 2 (2022) recommendations for the site as they contribute positively to its local distinctiveness and in historic environment terms reflect its former pastoral identity.
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.
  • Development of the site should be in accordance with the recommendations set out in the Level 2 Strategic Flood Risk Assessment detailed site summary table.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Pool View.

Site Reference

704

Village

Great Wyrley

Minimum capacity

31 dwellings

Address

Land off Norton Lane

Site area

1.3 ha

Proposed Use

Housing

Map of Land off Norton Lane

Key requirements

Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Norton Lane, including pedestrian crossing.

Site Reference

730

Village

Great Wyrley

Minimum capacity

10 dwellings

Address

Fishers Farm

Site area

0.3 ha

Proposed Use

Housing

Map of Fishers Farm

Key requirements

  • The boundary to the south of the site should be strengthened through additional planting.
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Upper Landywood Lane.

Site Reference

536a

Village

Great Wyrley

Minimum capacity

84

Address

Land off Holly Lane

Site area

4 ha

Proposed Use

Housing

Map of Land off Holly Lane

Key infrastructure requirements

  • Deliver on site drop off parking to serve Landywood Primary School
  • Deliver on site specialist older persons housing
  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained. In addition, the boundary to the south of the site should be strengthened through additional planting.
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Holly Lane.

Site reference

638

Village

Great Wyrley

Minimum capacity

29

Address

Loades PLC

Site area

1.1 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Loades PLC

Key requirements

  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained and where possible enhanced.
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Loades PLC.

Penkridge

Map of Penkridge

Site reference

005

Village

Penkridge

Minimum capacity

88 dwellings

Address

Land at Cherry Brook

Site area

4.2 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Land at Cherry Brook

Key requirements

  • The tree boundaries on the edge of the site should be retained with the north-western boundary enhanced with additional planting to protect views from the Canal Conservation Area in line with the HESA -stage 2 (2022) recommendations for the site
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Cherrybrook Drive.

Site reference

006

Village

Penkridge

Minimum capacity

80 dwellings

Address

Land at Boscomoor Lane

Site area

3.8 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Land at Boscomoor Lane

Key requirements

  • Existing tree and hedgerow boundaries should be retained and reinforced to protect the Canal Conservation Area and the setting of the local listed Lyne Hill Bridge in line with the HESA – stage 2 (2022) recommendations for the site
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Boscomoor Lane ensuring continuous pedestrian links between the site and Wolgarston Way and connection to the canal towpath.

Tier 2

Brewood

Map of Brewood

Site reference

079

Village

Brewood

Minimum capacity

43 dwellings

Address

Land south of Kiddemore Green Road

Site area

2.1 ha

Proposed use

Housing (including older persons specialist housing)

Map of Land south of Kiddemore Green Road

Key requirements

  • To deliver on-site specialist older persons housing
  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained and where possible strengthened.
  • Any other relevant development plan requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Kiddemore Green Road, including using existing medical surgery access.

Site reference

617

Village

Brewood

Minimum capacity

63 dwellings

Address

Four Ashes Road

Site area

3 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Land off Four Ashes Road

Key requirements

  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained with additional planting along the east and south eastern edge of the site to create strong defensible boundaries
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.
  • Development of the site should be in accordance with the recommendations set out in the Level 2 Strategic Flood Risk Assessment detailed site summary table.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Four Ashes Road including extension of existing footway.

Huntington

Map of Huntington

Site Reference

016

Village

Huntington

Minimum capacity

39

Address

Land at Pear Tree Farm

Site area

1.6 ha

Proposed Use

Housing

Map of Land at Pear Tree Farm

Key requirements

  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained with the western boundary of the site strengthened through additional planting.
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Stafford Road.

Kinver

Map of Kinver

Site reference

274

Village

Kinver

Minimum capacity

Up to 38 dwellings consented on allocated site (20/00621/OUT) alongside minimum 82 dwellings on safeguarded land

Address

Land south of White Hill

Site area

5.5 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Land south of White Hill

Key requirements

Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via White Hill.

Site reference

576

Village

Kinver

Minimum capacity

44 dwellings

Address

Land off Hyde Lane (west)

Site area

2 ha

Proposed Use

Housing

Map of Land off Hyde Lane (west)

Key requirements

  • Create strong defensible boundaries along the north and western edges of the site with additional planting
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Hyde Lane, including extension of existing footway.

Perton

Map of Perton

Site reference

239

Village

Perton

Minimum capacity

150 dwellings

Address

Land west of Wrottesley Park Road (south)

Site area

7.2 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Land west of Wrottesley Park Road (south)

Key requirements

  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained with the boundary on the northern edge of the site strengthened
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Wrottesley Park Road and pedestrian access into neighbouring allocated site.

Wombourne

Map of Wombourne

Site Reference

416/416a

Village

Wombourne

Minimum capacity

79 dwellings

Address

Land off Orton Lane

Site area

3.6ha

Proposed Use

Housing

Map of Land off Orton Lane

Key requirements

  • Ensure sites 416 and 416a are planned and delivered as a single site
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Orton Lane, including extension of existing footway.

Site reference

285

Village

Wombourne

Minimum capacity

82 dwellings

Address

Land off Pool House Road

Site area

3.9 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Land off Pool House Road

Key requirements

  • Provide highway and pedestrian connectivity to site 459.
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Pool House Road alongside pedestrian links to the village centre along Ounsdale Road.

Site reference

562/415

Village

Wombourne

Minimum capacity

44 dwellings

Address

Land off Pool House Road

Site area

1.9 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Land off Pool House Road

Key requirements

  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained with the boundary on the northern edge strengthened.
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Pool House Road alongside pedestrian links to the village centre along Ounsdale Road.

Site reference

459

Village

Wombourne

Minimum capacity

97 dwellings

Address

Land off Pool House Road

Site area

4.6 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Land off Pool House Road

Key requirements

  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained with the boundary on the northern edge strengthened.
  • Provide highway and pedestrian connectivity to site 285.
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Pool House Road alongside pedestrian links to the village centre along Ounsdale Road.

Site reference

463 & 284

Village

Wombourne

Minimum capacity

223 dwellings

Address

Land off Billy Buns Lane & Gilbert Lane

Site area

10.6 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Land off Billy Buns Lane & Gilbert Lane

Key requirements

  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained as far as possible.
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.
  • Development of the site should be in accordance with the recommendations set out in the Level 2 Strategic Flood Risk Assessment detailed site summary table.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Billy Buns Lane, High Street and School Road, including extensions of existing footways.

Map of Coven

Tier 3
Coven

Site reference

082

Village

Coven

Minimum capacity

48 dwellings

Address

Land between A449 Stafford Road & School Lane

Site area

2.3 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Land between A449 Stafford Road & School Lane

Key infrastructure requirements

  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via the playing fields of School Lane.

Featherstone

Map of Featherstone

Site Reference

397

Village

Featherstone

Minimum capacity

35 dwellings

Address

Land adj. to Brookhouse Lane

Site area

1.6 ha

Proposed Use

Housing

Map of Land adj. to Brookhouse Lane

Key requirements

  • Landscaping along the sites southern boundary to enhance the landscape character of the stream.
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Malayan Way and into allocated site to the north.

Pattingham

Map of Pattingham

Site Reference

251

Village

Pattingham

Minimum capacity

17 dwellings

Address

Hall End Farm

Site area

0.8 ha

Proposed Use

Housing

Map of Hall End Farm

Key requirements

  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained with the boundary along the southern edge of the site strengthened
  • Any relevant development plan policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access to public highway via the adjacent rural exception site to the east

Swindon

Map of Swindon

Site Reference

313

Village

Swindon

Minimum capacity

22 dwellings

Address

Land off Himley Lane

Site area

1 ha

Proposed Use

Housing

Map of Land off Himley Lane

Key requirements

  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained with defensible boundaries established along the eastern and northern edges of the site.
  • Any relevant development plan policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Himley Lane, including footway link to wider village.

Wheaton Aston

Map of Wheaton Aston

Site reference

379

Village

Wheaton Aston

Minimum capacity

18 dwellings

Address

Land off Ivetsey Road

Site area

0.8 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Land off Ivetsey Road

­Key requirements

  • A strong defensible boundary should be established along the southern edge of the site through additional planting.
  • The hedge boundaries on the site should be retained as far as possible in line with the HESA - stage 2 (2022) requirements as they contribute positively to its local distinctiveness and in historic environment terms, reflect its former pastoral identity
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Ivetsey Road, including extension of existing footway.

Site reference

426a

Village

Wheaton Aston

Minimum capacity

15 dwellings

Address

Bridge Farm: 54 Long Street

Site area

0.6 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Bridge Farm: 54 Long Street

Key requirements

  • Development will need to be sensitively designed in line with the HESA – stage 2 (2022) recommendations reflecting its proximity to the Canal Conservation Area.
  • The south-eastern boundary of the site should be strengthened through additional planting
  • Any relevant development plan policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Long Street.

Urban Extensions to Neighbouring Towns and Cities


South of Stafford

Site reference

036c

Village

South of Stafford

Minimum capacity

81 dwellings

Address

Land at Weeping Cross (adjoining Stafford Borough boundary)

Site area

3.85ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of Land at Weeping Cross

Site requirements

  • The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained with the boundaries to the west and south of the site strengthened to create strong defensible boundaries.
  • Any relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Cannock Road (A34).

West of Wolverhampton

Site reference

582

Village

West of Wolverhampton

Minimum capacity

390 dwellings

Address

North of Langley Road (adjoining City of Wolverhampton boundary)

Site size

18.6 ha

Proposed use

Housing

Map of North of Langley Road

Site requirements

  • In line with the HESA stage 2 (2022) recommendations for the site, no development works should be undertaken within the extent of the Second World War gun battery site, and it may be suitable as public open space (subject to health and safety). The tree and hedgerow boundaries that border the site should be retained in keeping with the landscape character and providing definition between any proposed development and the Staffordshire Railway Walk.
  • Any other relevant policy requirements including affordable housing, open space, education, health, sports and recreation, energy efficiency, climate change mitigation, flood risk mitigation, highways, sustainable transport, housing mix and green infrastructure, delivered in line with the relevant development plan policy standards.
  • Provide high quality walking and cycling access for the site along the Langley Road to the Merry Hill centre.

Proposed access

Provide vehicular and pedestrian access via Langley Road. Explore potential for direct pedestrian links north to Castlecroft Road and onto adjacent railway walk.

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