Go-ahead for 1,300-home scheme on former Horlicks factory site

Plans have been approved for a 1,300-home development on the site of a former Horlicks factory in Berkshire, after planners advised that the scheme would deliver "major" environmental, social and economic benefits despite a non-policy compliant level of affordable housing.

by Michael Donnelly
A visualisation of part of the finished scheme in Slough (pic: Berkeley Homes)
A visualisation of part of the finished scheme in Slough (pic: Berkeley Homes)

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