Isle Of Man / Ellan Vannin

Isle of Man beauty spot development 'revised'

Public feedback is being invited after development plans for a beauty spot in the north of the Isle of Man were revised by the government.

The housing scheme in Bride Village features 24 homes, 75% of which would be "affordable".

This means the majority of new homes cannot be sold for more than £150,000.

A revised report is available and a government spokesman said all public feedback must be submitted no later than 9 March.

The parish of Bride includes an area of about nine sq m (23 sq km) and is situated on the northern-most tip of the Isle of Man.

Under the revised proposal, developers would be required to maintain the character of the village by using natural stone and slate roofing material.

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