Supported living homes could be built off land on a major arterial road in Nuneaton. The homes, which will be within two, two storey blocks, are set to be built off Heath End Road.
It will also include access, parking and landscaping as well as the demolition of the existing home at 187 Heath End Road, according to a planning application.
Carislease, which provides housing solutions for vulnerable people, is working with Warwickshire County Council on the project.
The planning application states that the county council has identified a need for supported living housing so that individuals with mental and physical disabilities can be housed within Warwickshire.
It states that the housing would be managed by Eden Services, which specialises in providing housing and have been behind 30 other similar schemes.
The two-storey residential blocks will offer vulnerable people a home. They may require limited on-site support, and staff will be available 24 hours a day but will not sleep on site.
It will have ten car parking spaces and three bicycle stands which can accommodate six bikes.
The decision on the supported living accommodation, which will comprise ‘Block A’ – which will have eight individual dwellings and Block B with two.
They each contain a bedroom, bathroom and a kitchen.
Access to the site will be off Heath End Road itself, including a new dropped kerb set off the main road.
The application is to be determined by members of Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council’s planning team.