Corby Borough Council have approved plans for new homes in a Northamptonshire town.
A minimum of 99 Dwellings and a maximum of 135 Dwellings, along with associated infrastructure, are to be built at Roman Road in Corby.
The site currently consists of 4.02ha of land split over two parcels at Little Stanion, Corby. The parcels form part of the wider Little Stanion New Village, which entered administration following the 2008 financial crash, and are both vacant and undeveloped.
A council document reads: “The proposal will deliver additional residential units commensurate with the vision and objectives originally set out for the new village of Little Stanion.
“No material planning considerations indicate that the policies of the development plan should not prevail. As such, it is proposed that the application should be approved.”