Property Hub Look to Build 250 Homes in Rural Cheshire Community

Property Hub, led by Nabeel Mussarat, are undergoing efforts to build a new estate in Beeston

Online PR News – 11-August-2021 – Manchester, UK – Nabeel Mussarat and his property development firm Property Hub have set their sights on a massive development project in Beeston, Cheshire's rural area. The pristine location has drawn a lot of attention over the years, and the company has finally finished work on the land and is seeking planning clearance for 250 new dwellings. With a land size of 25 acres, the goal is to obtain planning clearance and then begin the arduous task of building new homes over the next few years.

The area has recently been designated as rural, although it has a long and storied history that culminated in its use as a transportation and fuel hub during World War II. The projected estate's actual location was once home to subterranean bunkers, and the nearby Beeston area is littered with underground tunnels used to store fuel tanks for delivering aviation fuel from key western seaports to important RAF strongholds in the Midlands, South, and East of England.

No development plans have ever been assigned to the land in Tarporley, hence it is still designated as open countryside. The Beeston Neighbourhood Plan, which also proposes that any new building outside of "designated communities" should be limited to a "acceptable" scale, reinforces the common presumption against land development. Despite this, Property Hub is optimistic that they will be able to obtain the planning authority they require, especially given that Cheshire West council has granted planning permission for additional houses in the regions directly to the south and west of the property.

Mr. Mussarat intends to file a planning application for the envisaged 250 homes that would be constructed as part of a new housing estate, with 40 of the units designated as affordable housing. Property Hub will then work closely with Cheshire West Council to obtain planning clearance for the estate, which is expected to have a GDV of £75 million and will maintain the local rural charm.

“The proposed Beeston development we have in the works lays the groundwork for a secure new network of housing for the local area. With the additional housing plans that are going on in the surrounding areas concurrent to ours, it ensures that the Tarporley area of Beeston continues to offer security akin to how it did during the war” – Nabeel Mussarat

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