500 acres of parks and public space promised as part of controversial development near M54

More than 500 acres of private land will be converted into parks and space for the public as part of a controversial green belt housing plan, the team behind the scheme has pledged.

The proposals are part of Bradford Estates’ plans for land near Tong and off Junction 3 of M54, which focus on building up to 3,000 houses and 50 hectares of business land.

The plans have been the subject of significant local opposition and now the managing director of Bradford Estates, Viscount Alexander Newport, has said that the space for public parks and recreation land would be three times the size of Attingham Park, and would include 10 miles of walking and cycling routes.

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