The site is around 0.74 acres and was most recently used for the grazing of horses.
Architects working on the scheme say the site is sustainable with good access to local services and facilities.
“The scheme will deliver three sustainable dormer bungalows, which can preserve the character of the surrounding built and natural environment, and represent a high-quality built development,” the planning statement says.
“The scheme would not have an adverse impact upon the surrounding highway, drainage, flooding or ecology.
“The proposals would contribute to the council’s current housing land supply deficit.”
Residents have until April 9 to comment on the scheme which is expected to be considered by the council by April 29.