The house builder has secured full consent from Falkirk Council for the provision of 13 new homes.
The consent is for phase one of Taylor Wimpey's development at Redding Wood in Falkirk.
The 4.9 acre site near Redding House allows Taylor Wimpey the opportunity to showcase its range of larger homes in a variety of styles and sizes. In addition, a Section 69 agreement between Taylor Wimpey and Falkirk Council has seen around £11,000 given to Falkirk Council towards active open space.
Set within a mature woodland setting, Redding Wood will appeal to a wide range of buyers within the town of Falkirk. Garden rooms will be a feature for some of the new homes in order to maximise the picturesque location of this prestigious development.
Stephen Andrew, design and planning manager for Taylor Wimpey in west Scotland, adds: "Taylor Wimpey is delighted to confirm planning permission has been granted for our development of spacious four and five bedroom homes at Redding Wood in Falkirk.
"This is an important development for us, and offers us the first opportunity to build the larger range of family homes from our Scottish portfolio of national house types, so we're delighted to have the chance to make this a first for buyers in Falkirk in such a stunning location.
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