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LANGLEY MILL: Housing plan to go to planning board

File photo dated 22/01/08 of houses in south Derbyshire as  Surveyors' expectations that house prices are set to increase into the new year surged to their highest levels in more than 14 years in November. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday December 10, 2013. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) said that a balance of 59% more surveyors predict rises will increase rather than edge down over the next three months as the number of homes for would-be buyers to choose from continued to fall

File photo dated 22/01/08 of houses in south Derbyshire as Surveyors' expectations that house prices are set to increase into the new year surged to their highest levels in more than 14 years in November. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday December 10, 2013. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) said that a balance of 59% more surveyors predict rises will increase rather than edge down over the next three months as the number of homes for would-be buyers to choose from continued to fall "well short" of demand. Meanwhile, the proportion of surveyors predicting sales will pick up heading into 2014 reached a record level, with a net balance of 76% more surveyors expecting sales to increase, marking the highest reading in records going back to 1998. See PA story ECONOMY House. Photo credit should read: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Amber Valley Borough Council planning board members are due to decide whether to approve a plan for 59 homes and a three metre high acoustic fence on land off Cromford Road, Langley Mill on Monday.

The 11–acre site on greenfield land has been recommended for approval by planning officers - providing developers adhere to more than 33 conditions the authority has attached to the proposal.

The scheme by Loughborough based Forest Field would also see drainage pools dug off Aldercar Lane and does not include any provision for social housing.

 

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