The 1.9-acre site will feature a mix of two-, three- and four-bedroom detached and semi-detached houses.
Construction is due to begin in September and will coincide with the re-opening of an updated show home and the first release of properties for sale.
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Mathew Anwyl, housing managing director at Anwyl Homes, said: “We’re delighted to have secured permission for more homes at Parc St Mary’s.
“Offering a delightful semi-rural lifestyle in the highly sought-after village of Northop Hall, yet within easy reach of the A55 for commuting, it’s a superb location and one of the many reasons why the previous phases sold well.”
As a part of the planning agreement, Anwyl Homes will make a number of Section 106 contributions to the local community, including:
- £73,876 donated to Hawarden High School to help with the cost of new hard standing for the games area and tennis courts
- £27,500 will be provided to Llys Ben Recreation Ground to cover the cost of a multi-use games area
- £46,250 donated to off-site great crested newt migration measures.