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Ashwood Park

£240,000 - £395,000

 A superb collection of brand new 1 and 2 bedroom apartments and 3 and 4 bedroom homes, in a fantastic location on the outskirts of the bustling town of Reading.

Southcote Lane - Reading - Berkshire - RG30 3AE

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    From the M4

    Travelling from a west or east direction along the M4, leave the motorway at junction 10 and join the A329(M) motorway- signposted Reading East. Branch left - signposted Winnersh, Woodley, Earley, A329. At the next roundabout take the second exit onto the A3290 - sign posted Winnersh, Woodley, Earley. At the following roundabout take the second exit on to the A3290 - signposted M4, Wokingham, Bracknell, A329(M), Woodley. Continue to the next roundabout and take the first exit onto Bader Way - signposted Woodley, Sonning, then at the following roundabout take the third exit onto Mohawk Way - signposted Sandford. Loddon Park is on your right.

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    Local contributions

    The main benefit of the application, coupled with the one on the former DEFRA office site will be the delivery of much-needed homes in the Borough of Reading, as well as the provision of a new secondary school, sports hall and associated sports facilities.  The new school will be run by the West Reading Education Network (WREN).

    Wider community benefits include the creation of a large number of job opportunities, increased spend of the new residents in the local economy, increased council tax income and New Homes Bonus.

    As well as these benefits, Taylor Wimpey will be required to deliver a percentage of affordable housing on the site, as well as making significant contributions towards wider community infrastructure through the ‘Community Infrastructure Levy’. The level of payments required will be decided through the planning process.

This development is managed by the West London Taylor Wimpey regional office