Around 2,000 new homes will be created in Ellesmere Port if planning application gets the go-ahead.
Ellesmere Port residents have been invited to submit their views on plans to create 2,000 new homes in the Little Sutton area.
Developer Redrow Homes has announced an open day at Little Sutton Community Centre on September 23 and 24, allowing local residents to view and comment on the scheme.
As well as creating 2,000 new homes in the town, the development will include a primary school, doctor's surgery and community allotments.
"We very much want to explore with local people some of the benefits that this scheme could bring for them and to find out their priorities before we draw up a formal planning application to be considered by the local authority," said Victoria Murray, senior planning manager for Redrow Homes.
The formal planning application is expected to be submitted in spring 2012.
Meanwhile, Redrow Homes is launching 36 new homes in Flintshire, north Wales, including two, three and four bedroom houses from the New Heritage Collection.
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