More than 30 homes could be built on a former transport yard and sewage works in Stoke Ferry if new plans come to fruition.
Developers have submitted an application to build 32 homes on land south of Lark Road.
Up to 10 of the units will be classed as affordable homes and the application also includes a landscaped and play area along with plans for two parking spaces for each home.
A design and access statement submitted as part of the application said: “It represents the effective use of land by reusing land that has been previously developed.
“About three-fifths of the site was previously a transport yard or in use as a sewage plant (now closed).
“The site is therefore a reasonable sustainable location for growth given its largely brownfield status and proximity to village services.”