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Castle Keep

Prices TBC

The development will comprise a selection of one, two, three, four and five-bedroom homes, including some three-bedroom bungalows, located off Fairfield Road.

Fairfield Road - Framlingham - Suffolk

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  • Location

    • Current developments
    • Education
    • Healthcare
    • Leisure
    • Transport
    • Major shops

    The thriving town of Framlingham boasts a range of traditional shops that provide locally sourced products, as well an eclectic mix of pubs, cafes, restaurants and tea rooms. Other facilities include a Co-op supermarket, a library, a pharmacy, a sports club and a primary school, while the town also hosts two weekly markets – on Saturdays and Tuesdays – offering delights such as fresh meat, fish and cheese.

    As well as the historic Framlingham Castle for a wonderful day out, the town is surrounded by fascinating places to visit, including Easton Farm Park, Parham Airfield Museum and Helmingham Hall Gardens. The gorgeous Suffolk Coast National Nature Reserve is just over half-an-hour’s drive away to the north east, as is the charming seaside town of Southwold.

    For a wider choice of shopping, leisure and entertainment opportunities, Ipswich, the county town of Suffolk, is less than 20 miles away.

    Families will appreciate that there are schools for children of all ages just a short distance away from Castle Keep, including Framlingham Sir Robert Hitcham’s CEVA Primary School and Thomas Mills High School, as well as the independent Framlingham College.

    For commuters, the development offers quick access to the A12 for routes north to Lowestoft and south to Ipswich, which can also be reached via the B1078. Wickham Market railway station, just six miles from home, offers regular services to London Liverpool Street via Ipswich.

  • Community

    Investing in the community

    Community benefits

    As well as providing much-needed new homes for the local area, our proposed development will contribute towards a range of services and infrastructure provisions through a Section 106 agreement. Following public consultation and informed discussions with relevant local authorities, financial contributions will be made towards the following local services:

    • Early years and childcare provision
    • Education provision (primary, secondary, sixth form)
    • Fire and rescue services
    • Health facilities
    • Highways infrastructure and rights of way
    • Affordable housing
    • Community uses
    • Maintenance of public open spaces and sustainable drainage

    Economic benefits

    It is estimated that 1.5 full-time direct jobs are created for each new home built, plus an additional three jobs per home in the wider supply chain. Based on 163 homes, this would equate to approximately 245 direct jobs and 489 supply chain jobs during the construction of this development.

    The New Homes Bonus is a grant paid by central government to local councils for increasing the number of homes and their use. Based on 163 homes, funds in the region of £1.14m will be generated for Suffolk Coastal District Council. The development would also generate an estimated £1.72m per year in additional local retail expenditure (based on England average expenditure per capita).

This development is managed by the East Anglia Taylor Wimpey regional office