People can have their say on plans for 91 affordable homes and a nursery in an 11-storey tower block.

Waltham Forest Council sent out email leaflets to 699 homes in the area this morning further detailing the plans for Juniper House in Hoe Street, Walthamstow.

A total of 41 new homes on the site will be affordable, over 30 per cent, 23 will be for social rent and 18 will be for shared ownership.

The plans include 950 square metres of retail space on the ground floor along Hoe Street.

The nursery on site will provide 53 new places for children aged up to five, including an outdoor play space.

There are no further planned drop in sessions as part of the consultation on these plans, instead, people can visit the developer’s website to find out more and have their say on the proposals.

The council plans to post letters to those living nearby and display notices are being put up near the site to advertise the plans.

Comments can be made on the plans until Friday, January 25 for them to be included in the planning report.

The authority will make its final decision in spring, an exact date for that decision is yet to be set.

To have your say on the plans, click here.