Housebuilder Harron Homes has secured planning permission for a development on the former Rossington Colliery site in Doncaster.
De Maulay Manor will comprise 105 homes on 12 acres of land.
The new development is set to support the continued regeneration of the area and will benefit from the new bridge to be built over the River Torne, providing another access route.
The bridge will have a bus lane, cycle lane and pedestrian footpath which will connect West End Lane to the economically significant iPort, comprising six million sq ft of business space once fully built.
Nick Hague, land director at Harron Homes North Midlands, said: "We are excited to receive the green light on this development. Rossington is a great area and being part of its growth and regeneration is fantastic. De Maulay Manor will provide a variety of new homes for all families looking to move to the area."
Natalie Griffiths, sales and marketing director at Harron Homes North Midlands, added: "It's great to see planning permission granted for De Maulay Manor. Rossington is such a vibrant area and we can't wait to welcome new residents."
Homes at De Maulay Manor are expected to be available to purchase from October 2023, with the first show home opening in January 2024.
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