- Inland Homes said planning permission granted at its Wilton Park development in Beaconsfield, west of London, had progressed through a judicial review period and was now free from any legal challenge.

The company also announced that Adam Architecture had been appointed to design and submit a detailed planning application for phases one and two of the scheme, which comprised 146 homes, 26% of them affordable housing.

Inland Homes said it planned to submit the reserved matters applications in the early new year.

Wilton Park was Inland Homes' flagship development, with an estimated gross development value of £350m.

It would deliver 350 homes and 1,730 square metres of commercial space, as well as a new two-hectare public park.

At 2:18pm: [LON:INL] Inland Homes PLC share price was 0p at 79.5p

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