New plans are set to be revealed for the construction of 150 homes off a busy Wiltshire A-road.

In 2017 detailed planning permission was granted for redevelopment of land to the north of the A4 Bath Road, near its junction with Bradford Road at Corsham.

This followed outline approval being granted on appeal in 2015 after a lengthy planning row between Wiltshire Council and applicants Gladman Developments Ltd.

The developers proposed to build up to 150 dwellings, alongside office facilities and public open space.

Now, seven years on from approval being given, residents have been invited to take part in a public consultation on updated plans for the development of the land.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: The proposed site off the A4 at CorshamThe proposed site off the A4 at Corsham (Image: Newsquest)

Developers Origin3 say the new designs for this scheme are currently being composed and will be available online from March 20.

A spokesperson for the firm said: “Proposals for the development of new homes, flexible workspace and community facilities are being drawn up.

“We would like to share the emerging proposals with the local community prior to the submission of a planning application.”

Locals can also view the designs at a walk-in exhibition at the Tippett Room in Springfield Community Campus from 3pm to 7pm on Monday, March 25.

Access to the proposed estate would be provided by a new four-arm roundabout on the A4.