A NEW plan for more than 90 houses in Scissett has been unveiled.
The plan comes only months after local residents objected to a similar scheme for the village.
The application, made by Wakefield-based Oakes Estates Ltd, is for 92 homes on land off Wakefield Road and Langley Lane.
A spokesman from Kirklees Planning said: "The 92 homes will include some `affordable housing' which will be rented through a housing association."
Pressure group Save Our Scissett (SOS) successfully prevented an almost identical development from taking place last October.
Campaigners said at the time that the application was rejected because it didn't contain enough affordable homes and would have been built on a greenfield site, when brownfield was available.
SOS chairman, the Rev Philip Reynolds, said the group would be opposing this application.
"We need to see the details, but 92 houses is too much for that site," he said.