HOUSING developer Backhouse Housing Ltd of Box has submitted plans for its next residential neighbourhood.

The Boreham Mead scheme Warminster scheme is our fourth development to have been lodged for planning.

The company wants to build 34 new homes, with between one and 4 bedrooms and an abundance of green spaces.

Up to 30 per cent of them will be affordable housing which will be delivered in partnership with a local housing association.

Carefully designed by architects AHMM, the houses will feature sensitive and contextual exteriors and interiors, detailed features and a focus on quality.

All the open market units will offer buyers the opportunity for owner customisation allowing purchasers multiple internal arrangements of living, dining, social and sleeping functions all under a fixed shell.

All homes have been arranged around a central village green ensuring all house types benefit from the shared community space with many of the properties also backing on to the River Wylye.

The company said: "We hope to have a planning decision from Wiltshire Council towards the end of the year with works starting on site in spring 2020."