Plans to redevelop the Sheerwater Estate scheme near Woking with 922 homes and community facilities have been given the go-ahead by the local council.
Phase one of the four phase scheme is expected to get underway later next year and consists of nearly 100 new homes and a leisure centre.
Cllr David Bittleston, Woking Borough Councils Portfolio Holder for Strategic Housing Development, said: “The decision to grant planning consent is crucial to the regeneration of Sheerwater.
“The scale and nature of the overall development, as well as detailed plans of the first phase of residential development and community leisure facilities, have been established and rigorously tested against local and national planning policy.
“It is my belief that the regeneration of Sheerwater will make a significant improvement to the quality of life for existing and new residents of Sheerwater.
“The new housing stock, roads, community and leisure facilities will all ensure the area is a sustainable and desirable place to live for years to come.”