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Copleston Heights

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Artist's impression of a typical street scene at Copleston Heights
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The Flatford
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The Midford
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The Thornford
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New development launching in June 2019

Copleston Heights is a small collection of new homes tucked away in the picturesque village of Tamerton Foliot. The development will include a mix of 3, 4 and 6-bedroom homes designed with families in mind. The new homes are laid out around several green spaces including a ‘village green’ area where residents and neighbours can relax and enjoy some fresh air.

Tamerton Foliot has all the amenities you need in a village, from a Post Office branch, a local shop and three popular pubs to Mary Dean’s CofE Primary School, rated Good by Ofsted. Cann Wood and Tamerton Lake are close by for those who like to explore and the village is connected to Plymouth by a number of bus routes making it easy for residents to visit the city centre.

Copleston Heights is close to the A38 meaning residents can make the most of nearby Dartmoor, for miles of walking trails and historic sights, as well as Devon’s beautiful coastline. Plymouth is also right on the doorstep for a wider range of shops, restaurants and entertainment.

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Allern Lane - Tamerton Foliot - Plymouth - Devon - PL5 4PP

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Supporting the communities in which we build

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We will put over £315,000 towards improving facilities for Tamerton Foliot residents as part of the planning agreements for our new Copleston Heights development. 

Over £168,000 will go towards the provision of additional classrooms at Mary Dean’s Primary School, as well as over £95,000 towards the improvement of football pitches at Aylesbury Crescent and the Roborough Sports Ground. A £51,000 contribution will be made towards the refurbishment of play areas at Fraser Place and Bampflyde Way and Taylor Wimpey has also pledged £2,200 towards the preservation of the Tamar Estuary.

Work on the development, off Allern Lane, has already begun. Of the 64 homes, 32 will be affordable with an equal split between rented and shared ownership dwellings.

Richard Harrison, Land and Planning Director for Taylor Wimpey Exeter, said: “We are committed to building high-quality new homes and making sure that our developments are sustainable and positively contribute to local communities. Affordable housing, sustainable transport, local schools and social infrastructure are all among the areas that benefit from planning contributions, and we are proud to be providing these facilities as part of our Copleston Heights development.”

Landmark oak inspires local pupil's winning entry in Copleston Heights naming competition

As part of our commitment to involving the local community in our work, we invited pupils at Mary Dean's Primary School to suggest a name for our new development in Tamerton Foliot. The winner was 11-year-old Finley Court, who chose Copleston Heights after finding inspiration in the Copleston Oak, an historic tree close to St Mary’s Church. To thank him for coming up with such a creative name for the new development, Finley was presented with a goody bag and certificate. 

Finley, who is now a Year 7 pupil at Eggbuckland Community College, said: “I’m really pleased to have won the competition to name the new development in Tamerton Foliot. I chose Copleston Heights because of the historic background of the Copleston Oak and the tree is one of the first things you see as you enter the village, and I’m really happy that Taylor Wimpey decided to go with it.”

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This development is managed by the Exeter Taylor Wimpey regional office