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POLICY DS5 - Housing Sites within the Malvern Urban Area

The strategic requirement for new housing (about 3,900 dwellings between 1996 and 2011) will be met through existing completions, existing commitments, windfall and replacement dwellings, and the allocation of the following previously developed sites within the Malvern settlement boundary as defined on the Proposals Map.

H1) North Site, (at least)
H2) Former Brooklyn Ford Garage, Worcester
H3) Former Railway Sidings, Peachfield Road
H4) Lower Howsell
H5) Former garage site, Worcester Road
H6) Former garage site, Newtown Road
H7) Former Laundry, Yates Hay Road
H8) Site at Worcester/Zetland Road
H9) Mill Farm, Guarlford Road
H10) Hospital site, Lansdowne Crescent
H11) Former Treasurers site, Victoria Road
H12) QinetiQ S & T site, St Andrews Road
H13) Barrack Store Site, Court Road

Capacity of allocated sites within Malvern (at least)

390 dwellings
0 dwellings
15 dwellings
6 dwellings
10 dwellings
8 dwellings
0 dwellings
15 dwellings
0 dwellings
15 dwellings
20 dwellings
30 dwellings
30 dwellings

539 dwellings

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