273 homes planned for new Buckinghamshire development
Our Thames Valley division has completed on a 33-acre site off Churchway in Haddenham, just six miles south-west of Aylesbury. With outline planning consent in place, we expect to build a selection of one, two, three, four and five-bedroom homes, providing both private and affordable housing for the area.
With a reserved matters planning application set for submission in early 2021, construction at the development is anticipated to commence in Autumn 2021, with interested parties encouraged to register their details now to ensure they are among the first to hear when properties are released for sale.
As part of our commitment to creating thriving communities, we’ve also committed to circa £4.8m by way of S106 contributions.
Charles Rafferty, Land Director for the Thames Valley, said: “We’re excited to announce the completion of land in Haddenham and to be bringing a variety of new homes to the area.
“Here at Redrow, we strive to create sustainable, thriving communities at each of our developments, through building high-quality homes and investing in the local area, which is why we will be contributing circa £4.8m into the surrounding community.
“Although it is early days, we anticipate that the development will be extremely popular with families, both growing and established, and we invite potential buyers to register their interest now to be one of the first to know when plots at this wonderful development are released.”
Located just six miles from Aylesbury and with key travel routes within easy reach, the new development will offer village surroundings combined with a well-connected location, making it perfectly placed for first-time buyers, growing families and commuters alike. Oxford is just a stone’s throw away, and both the A41 and M40 are easily accessible. There are also direct trains from Haddenham & Thame Parkway to London Marylebone in around an hour, ideal for commuters looking for closer proximity to green, open space with more house for their money.