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Cadbury chocolate factory housing project

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The approval has been given to Taylor Wimpey to build 700 homes on the site of the former Cadbury chocolate factory in Keynsham, near Bristol. The plans for the 220-acre Somerdale site had been passed by the Bath and North-East Somerset Council planning committee in September.

The councils have officially signed off the conditions for the work to start. Taylor Wimpey’s Bristol office will oversea the construction of the homes in several multi-storey blocks, alongside a sports and leisure club, primary school and healthcare centre.

The work has already began to demolish the former chocolate factory blocks. This will be the start of the  development’s new sports and social facility.

The entire project is expected to take five years to complete and will create 1,000 jobs during construction. The factory was closed in 2011 following US company Kraft’s acquisition of Cadbury in 2010.

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