A Bromley car park could be filled with 25 factory-built modular homes, under plans to be decided next week.

More than two dozen ‘ZEDpods’ have been proposed for Burnt Ash Lane public car park at Brindley Way.

It appears to be a joint project between the authority and ZEDpods, the company which builds the modules, with Bromley Council’s head of regeneration listed as the applicant, while ZEDpods are named as the agent for the plans.

Under the plans, the car park would be reconfigured with about 20 spaces taken up by the new building.

Ten of the units would be one-bedroom, while another 15 would have two rooms, with the homes spread across two rows of terraces.

All units would be classed as affordable, with council officers recommending the project for approval, saying it would “positively contribute” to the council’s housing stock.

A design statement lodged with the council states the factory-build ZEDpods “are built to higher standards than conventional houses, are super insulated, triple glazed, with heat recovery ventilation and lots of daylight”.

The statement also boasts the homes are “designed to create ultra-low to net- zero carbon homes with the lowest running costs possible.”

As part of the proposal, the number of parking spaces would be reduced from 104 to 84 spaces, of which 15 spaces would be provided for residents.

A survey of car parking at the site indicates the proposal would have a limited impact on the availability of parking spaces in the car park and that adequate free public parking spaces would remain.