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Taylor Wimpey at Cambourne

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Taylor Wimpey at Cambourne
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Last few homes remaining

New homes in Cambourne, Cambridgeshire

Last few homes remaining at our popular Cambourne development.

Cambourne has been carefully developed over time to offer everything you could possibly need. It is home to a collection of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes only 9 miles from the beautiful city of Cambridge. 

Cambourne offers access to the A428, which leads to the A14, M11 and M25, making it the ideal commuter town. St Neots railway station is under 10 miles away too with a direct service to London Kings Cross.

Following latest Government guidance around restricting the spread of COVID-19, our Sales Information Centre at Cambourne is currently closed. Our Sales Executives are working remotely and are available for you to speak to on the phone or on email. If you would like to get in touch, please call 01954 770223 or email TWCambourne@taylorwimpey.com to find out more about the homes we have available. Please check our website for further updates.

The health and safety of our customers and colleagues is our number one priority and we have taken proactive action to implement measures to assist in preventing the spread of COVID-19. Find out more here

  • Only 9 miles from the university city of Cambridge and The River Cam
  • 14 miles from Addenbrooks Hospital
  • Regular buses to Cambridge
  • Easy access to A1, A14 and M11
  • Fantastic range of amenities and leisure facilities locally
  • Full range of schools locally
  • High street boasts shops, restaurants, cafes and takeaways

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From the West/North A14 & A1(M): Exit the A1(M) at Junction 14, then follow the A14 towards Cambridge. Exit the A14 at Junction 24 and follow the A1198 signposted Royston through Papworth Everard. At the junction with the A428 take the first exit signposted Cambridge and Cambourne. Take the slip road signposted Cambourne. At the roundabout take the fourth exit. At the next roundabout take the second exit. Follow the local directions for Cambourne below.

From the South M11: Exit the M11 at Junction 13 and turn left signposted Bedford (A428). At the roundabout take the second exit signposted A428. After approximately six miles, take the slip road on the left to Cambourne. At the roundabout take the first exit. Follow the local directions for Cambourne below.

From the South A1: Exit the A1 at the junction with the A428, branching left to Cambridge. After approximately 10 miles take the slip road signposted Cambourne. At the roundabout take the fourth exit. At the next roundabout take the second exit. Then follow the local directions for Cambourne below.

Cambourne local directions: At the roundabout take the first exit into Back Lane. At the next roundabout take the second exit and follow the road past the sports centre, sports fields and into Lancaster Gate. At the end turn right at the T junction where you will see the Sales Centre ahead of you.

A new bus route has been introduced to serve upper Cambourne.


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Twenty years since the first spadeful of earth was moved, the village of Cambourne is now a thriving place to live with an array of local facilities backed up by a strong sense of community.

The bold plan to build a new settlement of 3,000 homes in a pretty south Cambridgeshire setting was put into action in 1998, and two decades on the results are clearly apparent. As well as the hundreds of new homes - with more being built and proposed - Cambourne offers a Morrisons supermarket, a church, a library, a hotel, a community centre and sporting facilities, as well as a business park and an abundance of green spaces.

Cambourne is a self-contained community with plenty of opportunities for residents to work, socialise and relax - although for those who work further afield, the village is just nine miles away from Cambridge. A full mix of community activities are also on offer, from annual events such as The Big Squiggle arts and crafts day to weekly sporting and hobby classes. Supporting this is a group of volunteers who also run the local community website cambourne.info.

Among those who have seen Cambourne develop from a handful of homes to what it is today is Lee Cave, who runs 079 Call a Cab taxi service. Lee was among the first to move to Cambourne and set up his business to meet a demand for public transport.

He said: “Cambourne has everything you need at your fingertips for a peaceful, relaxing and quality way of life. Since 1999 when the first residents started to move in, the whole place has not only grown with homes, but also with a huge sense of community spirit.”

Lee pointed to the football, rugby and sports clubs, the nurseries and schools and the restaurants and takeaways such as The Belfry Hotel and Chutney Joe’s as some of the many reasons why Cambourne is a great place to live.

He added: “As Cambourne’s largest and longest-established taxi company, we have watched Cambourne thrive and over the years become a place that visitors regularly praise. In our opinion, if you’re looking to live somewhere truly special, Cambourne ticks all the boxes.”

Daniella Streek and her wife Debs have lived in Cambourne for 14 years. In 2014 they took over Greens Coffee and have been serving hot drinks and delicious food to residents and visitors from their High Street location ever since.

“There are some great things about living in Cambourne,” said Daniella. “The schools are brilliant, there are lovely walks to the lakes which are ideal for families and it is a nice community of friendly people.

“We are limited to what we can do at Greens, but we try our best to improve the community for everyone. We welcome everyone, from our regulars to one-off visitors. We hold open mic nights and Friday night drinks once a month, and sometimes host local bands.  It’s still growing and it’s not perfect, but Cambourne has plenty going for it.”

Emma Bavin, who runs Cambridge Cake Boutique, has lived in Cambourne for seven years. She said: “It’s a wonderful place to live and has a great sense of community, plenty of open spaces to enjoy and lots of different activities to get involved in.

"Running a business here has enabled me to meet lots of friendly local people and become part of a group of local businesses that are really valued.”

Cambourne is by no means finished. Plans for a new hotel and family pub/restaurant are progressing, and new retirement apartments are due to be built.

There are also plenty of new homes being built. Our East Anglia region is one of the lead developers at Cambourne and we have a selection of homes available now and will also play a key role in the delivery of 2,350 further homes and £45 million of community and sporting facilities - including an athletics track and a new swimming pool - as part of the proposals for Cambourne West.


Children at The Vine Inter-Church Primary School in Upper Cambourne can enjoy reading more of their favourite books following a generous donation by our East Anglia team.

Taylor Wimpey at Cambourne development, donated £200 of book tokens to the school to celebrate its Book Week activities, which took place from Monday 22nd to Friday 26th May.

The vouchers were used to purchase the books each class nominated in a poll which asked pupils aged 3-11 to vote for a book they thought everyone should read – with ‘Aliens Love Underpants’ by Claire Freedman receiving the most votes for Key Stage 1 and ‘The Book with No Pictures’ by B.J Novak winning over Key Stage 2.

The school decided to use the Book Week poll to teach the children about democracy in the run-up to the General Election. Copies of each title – including favourites such as The Twits by Roald Dahl, Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, Holes by Louis Sachar and A Squash and a Squeeze by Julia Donaldson – were on display throughout the week to encourage pupils to read the stories before casting their vote.

Debbie Higham, Headteacher at The Vine Inter-Church Primary School, says: “Taylor Wimpey’s Book Week sponsorship means a lot to our school, so on behalf of all the pupils, parents and staff I’d like to say a big thank you for this generous donation.

“We’ve used this special occasion to encourage children to read more and help them learn about democracy ahead of the General Election – it has been incredible to watch the children explain why they’re passionate about each book they’re voting for.

“Reading is a passport to learning and unlocks children’s imaginations, and with Taylor Wimpey’s donation, each pupil will be able to explore a wider variety of books at school.”


Cambourne Village College was awarded Ofsted Outstanding in a recent inspection www.cambournevc.org

Taylor WimpMick Hockley - 019 RKH TW 67ey East Anglia Site Managers win prestigious national award

Taylor Wimpey East Anglia is proud to announce that seven of its site managers have won a prestigious NHBC (National House-Building Council) Pride in the Job Quality Award. The award recognises site managers and their teams who produce the highest quality homes, with winners selected from over 16,000 site managers in the UK.

NHBC Pride in the Job Quality Award winner, Mick Hockley at Taylor Wimpey’s Darwin Grange development, said: “ It’s a fantastic honour to have won a Pride in Job Quality Award, not just for me, but the whole team. This achievement puts me in the top 2% of site managers in the UK, which is a reflection on the quality of homes me and my team produce at Cambourne.”


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Help to Buy: Equity Loan


The Government backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme is available here. The scheme is open to both first time buyers and home movers alike, and means you'll need just 5% deposit to buy a new home.

With Help to Buy, the Government will lend you up to 20% of the value of your new build home via an equity loan. You will need to secure up to a 75% mortgage and put down a 5% deposit. You’ll own 100% of your home from day one.

Find out more about how the Help to Buy scheme works.

Help to Buy: Equity Loan – Terms and conditions apply. Applicants should seek independent financial advice, and get information and guidance on applying for a Help to Buy: Equity Loan at www.helptobuy.gov.uk.



Easymover is available here, which means you could provisionally reserve a new Taylor Wimpey home at this development - even if you haven't sold your existing property.

And that's not all. With easymover, we'll make your house move as stress free as possible. We'll liaise with your estate agent on your behalf, we'll pay their fees and we'll manage the whole house selling process - making your life so much easier! Take a look at our easymover page for more information.

Terms and conditions apply to the Easymover scheme.

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We recognise that there is a lot of uncertainty around the coronavirus at the moment. You can learn more about the proactive action we are taking to protect the health and safety of our customers and colleagues here.

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