The building will range from three to five storeys (Credit: Weston Homes)
Weston Homes will start working on the one and two-bedroom properties in Western Road, just off Brentwood High Street, in October.
The company said around 35 per cent of the flats will be used to provide local people with affordable homes.
There are also plans for a private landscaped residents’ courtyard garden and an under-croft carpark with 31 bays and 68 cycle spaces.
“Each apartment has access to their own private outdoor space in the form of either a balcony or terrace, with large floor-to-ceiling windows to fill the homes with light,” said a spokesperson for Weston Homes.
“Residents also have access to the large south-facing courtyard garden which will be complete with seating and trees, as well as an upper seating area with informal chairs and greenery. Both outdoor spaces make for beautiful communal areas for residents to enjoy and creates a sense of community within the development.”
Bob Weston, chairman and managing director of Weston Homes, added: “Weston Homes has a strong relationship with Brentwood Borough Council which started in 2018 when we agreed to redevelop the former Brentwood Police Station site into a new residential development known as 1023 West.
“Our new apartment scheme on Western Road will provide much needed affordable housing for local people living and working in Brentwood and will also provide market sale homes for first time buyers and young couples who want to live in stylish apartments close to Brentwood high street.”
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