A final decision on plans for more than 350 new homes on a former industrial estate is due tomorrow.

Waltham Forest Council’s planning committee will decide whether to approve or refuse planning permission for the Blackhorse Yard development at a meeting tomorrow evening.

The proposals include plans for 359 affordable homes for shared ownership, 2,962sq m of space for shops, flexible workspaces and artists’ studios.

The buildings will range from between two and 15 storeys in height with the tallest at the centre of the development.

All of the proposed homes will have outdoors spaces attached to them as either balconies and communal and private gardens.

The plans have been open to public consultation since June 2018 and the council held two drop-in sessions for people to examine the proposals back in June.

Waltham Forest Council will make the final decision tomorrow from 7pm.