Planning permission has been handed by Shropshire Council for the designer scheme at Crews Park, Broseley Wooden, regardless of residents' pleas.
Residents say the trendy design is not going to match in with its environment, however the developer has defended his plans claiming they could have a change of coronary heart after seeing the ultimate consequence.
Kathleen Watson, 75, lives close to the positioning along with her husband Derek, 77.
She mentioned: “Each home in the neighborhood was in opposition to the thought; it will likely be a contemporary constructing in a conservation space.
“The home will probably be like these on Grand Designs and it gained’t match with our conventional homes, to not point out there’s no entry to the encompassing space.”
The proposal has been described as ‘"imposing" and a "sore thumb throughout the cottages" by residents.
Kathleen mentioned: “I've issued a proper criticism to Shropshire Council as we weren’t even knowledgeable that it had been permitted, my calls had been ignored and I needed to discover out by means of a pal on the planning workplace.”
However web site proprietor Ian Searle, 48, has defended the plans saying he approached residents together with his proposals earlier than going forward with the mission.
He mentioned: "There are loads of good factors to think about it's a stunning design and Shropshire are encouraging floor breaking design if carried out sympathetically to the world.
"Broseley Wooden is a conservation space however we really feel will add to its wealthy heritage.
"The design is impressed by native pottery kilns close by however translated in a contemporary idea as an L formed property it additionally has breathtaking views throughout the valley gorge and simply over a mile from the world heritage web site Ironbridge.
"Earlier than planning commenced we visited all of the neighbours that we may that we felt is perhaps impacted and on the entire acquired a very good response.
"It was unhappy to listen to so many of those modified their views and selected to object to the design.
"Primarily because of not wanting a contemporary home and disruption. We really feel nevertheless this can add to the wealthy tradition and be a landmark design.
"We're sympathetic to our neighbours considerations and can proceed to speak with them because the construct progresses and we really feel they could have a change of coronary heart with the ultimate consequence."