PLANS for the next stage of the Omega Masterplan have been submitted to Warrington Borough Council which include 180 homes.

The 13-acre site is situated between Sophia Drive, Lingley Green Avenue and Whittle Avenue and is part of phase three of five in the overall Omega Masterplan.

Barrow Hall Primary School lies to the west of the site.

Taylor Wimpey North West will develop the 180 dwellings with associated access, car parking infrastructure and landscaping.

The western site boundary is formed by a new single carriageway road, currently under construction, that forms part of the site-wide infrastructure for Omega South and will provide the access to the site.

A new access road is also currently being formed onto the site from Stanhoe Drive.

After consulting plans, documents state that 'large expanses of front parking' are now greatly reduced by introducing side parking bays.

This has now provided 'more meaningful landscaped front gardens' and provides the opportunity for visitor parking on the street as suggested by the highways team rather than dedicated laybys.

The proposed layout contains houses that vary between two storey, two-and-a-half storey and three storey properties and have been designed with the 'ethos of a modern version of traditional suburban architecture'.

Designs reflect similar housing architecture in the immediate vicinity of the site.

These features specifically include the use of brickwork and hipped roofs.

A range of three and four bedroom semi-detached, detached and mews houses will be provided within the development across a range of 13 different house type.

In addition to the 1,100 houses on the site, this scheme includes a hotel, an extra care facility and a non-residential institution.