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Newton Longville residents invited to have their day on Taylor Wimpey plans

21st November 2014 Print

Leading housebuilder Taylor Wimpey is inviting people in Newton Longville, Buckinghamshire, to have their say on plans for a new residential development in the village.

The developer is currently drawing up detailed plans for 44 new homes, including affordable housing, on land to the south of Whaddon Road.

Further information about the detailed proposals will be unveiled during a public exhibition to be held at Longueville Hall in Whaddon Road, Newton Longville, on Friday 28th November between 3pm and 7pm.

The public consultation event will give local residents, businesses, community groups and other interested parties the chance to find out more about the scheme and discuss the plans with the Taylor Wimpey project team.

Comments received from those who attend the event will help to shape the development proposals before a planning application is finalised for submission to Aylesbury Vale District Council in due course.

Hannah Coleman, Land Manager for Taylor Wimpey South Midlands, says: “As a considerate, responsible developer we want to give people the chance to have their say on development plans for their area – and this is why we are inviting the local community to find out more about our proposals for land off Whaddon Road.

“We are confident that this scheme will provide an attractive and sustainable development of high-quality homes to meet a range of requirements – including affordable properties for local people in housing need.

“Anyone who comes along to the public exhibition on Friday 28th October will be able to speak to members of our project team to find out more about our proposals and provide their feedback on their aspirations and priorities for the development.”

The proposed development site is greenfield land which is located to the south of Whaddon Road and west of Lower End. It was identified as a potential site for residential development in Aylesbury Vale District Council’s Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment.

Under the proposals, Taylor Wimpey will provide a mix of housing types to suit a range of purchasers, with a proportion of the new properties to be made available as affordable homes for local people in housing need.

Taylor Wimpey’s public exhibition is taking place at Longueville Hall, Whaddon Road, Newton Longville, MK17 0AT, on Friday 28th November between 3pm and 7pm, and all are welcome.

Those who are unable to attend will be able to access the information displayed at the event online at from Friday 28th November onwards.