Committee decides planning application for 92 Leyton Green Road

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Housing scheme will pay for care centre and support school expansion

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A planning application, reference number 200076, for 47 new homes at 92 Leyton Green Road, Walthamstow was considered by Waltham Forest Council’s Planning Committee on Tuesday 5 May 2020.

The scheme will be called Cedar Lawn and will pay for the new children’s home, a purpose built state of the art short break centre facility and three bed long stay accommodation for young people that has been built in Leyton Green Road.

This provides a significant improvement in the borough's facilities for disabled children and their families and gives a clear message that the Council wants to ensure our children have the best experiences.

The committee decided that, subject to the completion of a legal agreement, planning permission should be granted.

You can see details of the planning application and more information on the Council’s website. The planning application reference number is 200076.

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