Up to 140 factory-built homes could be built in Arnold, Nottinghamshire.
If planning permission is granted, ilke Homes will develop a nine-acre brownfield site in the town.
Tom Heathcote, executive director of development at ilke Homes, said: “Our housing technology means we can quickly deliver a high-quality scheme that brings this derelict site back into productive use and deliver much-needed, sustainable family homes for the local community.
“It is our intention to submit a full planning application for an affordable led scheme of 2,3, and 4-bedroom houses by the end of the month”.
The deal marks the first time Nottinghamshire County Council has released land for factory-built housing. It follows last year's announcement that it
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