Elan Homes could expand its Aigburth Grange development in South Liverpool with 15 additional houses.
Surplus land to the rear of the Territorial Army Reserve (TA) Centre could be transformed by the developer if plans are given the go-ahead next week.
A proposal to build the mix of detached, semi-detached and terraced two-storey homes is recommended for approval subject to a legal agreement when Liverpool City Council’s planning committee meets on Tuesday 13 June.
According to a document being considered by the committee, the homes would be arranged around a small cul-de-sac with access taken from the neighbouring Tramway Road site, where Elan has already been developing properties.
The planned development would be carried forward as a second phase of the Aigburth Grange scheme, following the same house designs and using the same materials.
A council planning report says: “The interim head of planning considers that the proposed residential development is acceptable in principle.
“The proposed development would be in a sustainable location and contribute to the range of housing stock available in the locality and would not generate levels of traffic that would be significant, disrupt the highways network or cause a nuisance to residential amenity.
“Issues related to trees, drainage, environmental health and the residential amenity can all be suitably managed via condition.”