A DEVELOPER has revealed plans to build 70 homes in a Flintshire village. 

Castle Green Homes has launched a public consultation over the proposals for land at Ewloe Green, Ewloe. 

Planning documents on the company's website state that it plans to make 28 of the homes designated affordable housing. 

The site, earmarked for development in Flintshire Council's Local Development Plan (LDP), is located near Green Lane and amounts to six acres. It consists of a number of existing dwellings and associated agricultural buildings, as well as fields used for grazing animals. 

The six acres is proposed for the development of the new homes, and the remaining land planned to incorporate areas of public open space and to retain existing landscaping.

The Leader: The proposed site locationThe proposed site location (Image: Castle Green Homes)

The development would consist of a mixture of two-storey terraced, semi-detached and detached properties, ranging from two to four bedrooms. 


Members of the public looking to comment on the proposal can do so via https://bit.ly/3PWvNRo.

The consultation is open until November 7, 2023. 

A design and access statement said: "The development of the site for housing will make a significant contribution to the delivery of new marked and affordable homes in Flintshire in accordance with the council's LDP. 

"It will deliver an appropriate mix of housing to meet needs set out in the Local Housing Market Assessment and represents an efficient use of land."

The Leader: What the homes would look like.What the homes would look like. (Image: Castle Green Homes)