A developer has submitted amended plans for a major development after reacting to "changing market conditions".

Bloor Homes now wants to build 232 homes on the former Harperbury Hospital site between Radlett and London Colney.

In May 2017, Bloor Homes was granted permission for 206 homes - and construction is well underway.

But in its latest planning statement, the developer says the adjusted plans take into account "prevailing changes" in the housing market.

The new proposal reduces the number of four-bed (now 49) and five-bed (now 3) homes in favour of more semi-detached and three-bed terraced homes.

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Three bedroom Studland showhome

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Four bedroom Berrington showhome

The amended plans will be considered by St Albans District Council.

In July, mayor of Hertsmere Cllr Alan Plancey officially launched Harperbury Park by cutting a ribbon at an opening ceremony.

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Cllr Plancey (front left) cuts the ribbon

WATCH: Official launch video of Harperbury Park

The development has seen a number of changes to the landscape of Harper Lane.

A new roundabout has been constructed at the entrance to the site alongside a pedestrian crossing.

A cycle path will run from Harperbury Park down to Watling Street - but the biggest change is to make the bridge at the junction of Harper Lane and Watling Street single file.

As a result, traffic lights are being built at that junction despite protest from residents in the area.

Read more: Traffic light scheme given approval despite 1,000 plus objections

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The new roundabout in Harper Lane

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The site is still under construction

Bloor Homes is also contributing £1.4m to the local economy including £970,000 towards the expansion of London Colney Primary School and Beaumont Secondary School in St Albans, and £128,000 towards Red House Surgery in Radlett and/or Gateways Surgery in Shenley.

Bloor Homes will also be supporting nearby football club St Albans Rangers to improve its facilities.

Harperbury Park currently offers a range of three and four bedroom homes, with the three bedroom Studland design starting from £525,000.