Sigma Homes has submitted a planning application to Runnymede Borough Council for a £20m GDV residential scheme in Weybridge, Surrey.
The proposed scheme will include 29 dwellings — comprising a range of a mix of detached, semi-detached, and terraced houses, together with eight apartments.
Of the total homes, 11 will be affordable dwellings for rent or shared ownership.
In line with all Sigma Homes developments, the scheme will be built using timber frame construction to maximise thermal efficiency.
The one- to four-bedroom homes will have an A EPC rating, and will each be fitted with air source heat pumps.
Residents will also benefit from EV car charging points.
Powell Dobson Architects was appointed to undertake the architectural designs for the homes.
Sigma Homes’ development proposals also include retaining and restoring heritage features and buildings within the redundant collection of industrial premises, including the Grade II-listed Pigeon House and courtyard assemblage.
The new residential development will maintain existing moats, ponds, and the adjoining landscape, in order to deliver net biodiversity gains.
Geoff Potton, chief executive at Sigma Homes, said: “The £20m scheme will enable the sensitive redevelopment and regeneration of a redundant brownfield site.
“This will be our fourth project in Surrey, and our biggest development in the county to date.
“We are thrilled to be working with Runnymede Borough Council’s planning officers, local councillors, and stakeholders to progress with the plans for our Weybridge site.”