開發商說，最新的建議是根據 "過去三年中一系列不同利益相關者的反饋 "提出的。
Alexander Newport, from the firm, said they wanted to make a "meaningful contribution to the economic and social development of the area".
Bradford Estates said it would use renewable energy and sustainable technologies to become the "first net zero carbon settlements in the UK".
In December 2020, the Local Democracy Reporting Service said the previous proposals from Bradford Estates for 3,000 homes, schools and employment land had not been included in the county's local plan, after Shropshire Council said it could not justify the release of the green belt land.
The developer said the latest proposals follow feedback "from a range of different stakeholders over the last three years".
Mr Newport said: "We look forward to continuing to work with local residents, businesses and the council, and are always keen to speak to those who want to find out more about our plans."
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