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LONDON-A consortium of private owners have won consent from Runnymede Borough Council to develop a 5.5-acre site on the River Thames at Bridge Wharf, near Chertsey Bridge. They plan to build 198 units there.

Currently a mainly industrial site, a section 106 agreement will require the joint developers to provide some 25% affordable housing and a financial contribution to the Runnymede Travel Initiative, a Council scheme to promote sustainable modes of transport.

The developers plan to build out site by 2006. Drivers Jonas acted as planning consultants and will be marketing the scheme.

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