Learn about our exciting proposals for a new residential development in Alresford
The site will provide a new residential development for up to 320 new homes, 3.4 hectares of commercial land and approximately 16 hectares of Public Open Space. We will provide 1 & 2 bedroom apartments as well as 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes, perfect for families – with 40% to be provided as affordable housing.
The architecture of the site will take consideration for the local vernacular and the Design & Access Statement approved as part of the Outline Permission. The vision will be a distinctive place creating a sustainable community, with character areas with a well connected parkland.
Our proposals for Alresford Meadows
The master plan
We want to create a thriving new community in New Alresford. Our plans for Alresford Meadows are in line with the approved outline planning permission granted by Winchester City Council in March 2020.
Alresford Meadows is allocated for residential development in the Winchester District Local Plan Part 1 (Adopted March 2013). The proposed scheme is split into two; the residential scheme is located to the north separated from the commercial area to the south by approximately 16 hectares of Parkland.
To create a sustainable community, the proposed development will have a number of distinct character areas such as the ‘Sun Lane Gateway’, ‘Parkland & Countryside Edge’ and ‘Village Green’.
The majority of the houses will be two storey, with a mix of detached, semi-detached and terraced properties to provide new homes for a variety of people. There will be a number of apartment blocks pepper-potted across the site, these are currently proposed at 2.5 storeys high to retain the existing views over the countryside.
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The main access point(s) to Alresford Meadows will be provided via the existing Sun Lane access as well as a new roundabout proposed on the A31. This will provide additional access to the south via the commercial area and on to Sun Lane.
A transport assessment was completed as part of the process to gain outline planning approval. This confirms that the proposed road alignment/new junction in principle is sufficient to serve the additional traffic generated by residential and commercial development.
Our plans include significant opportunities to enhance the site for local wildlife and measures to enhance biodiversity, sensitive lighting will be used to respect nocturnal wildlife as well as creating a diverse natural habitat for birds and ground foraging mammals.
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Previous consultations and feedback
Taylor Wimpey as part of there Reserved Matters planning permission will be engaging with a number of key stakeholders to the site, including local residents. The feedback from this will inform the details included within our Reserved Matters Planning Submission.
Our plans for Alresford Meadows incorporate at 16 hectare parkland as well as additional open space around the residential and commercial development. This will include planted areas, wildflower meadows and interconnected footpath links across the Parkland.
Image represents an artist's impression of an aerial view of Alresford Meadows.
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We believe it's our responsibility to support our communities, so that people are proud to call them home. That's why we regularly donate time and money to local causes and are passionate about investing in the area we build.Sustainability Sustainability
We're committed to building greener, healthier homes for us all. From energy efficient fixtures and fittings, to cutting our carbon emissions and enhancing existing green spaces, we build sustainability into everything we do.
Keep up to date with our latest plans, news and updates about Alresford Meadows
|12th March 2020||Outline Planning Permission granted by Winchester City Council|
|18th June 2021||Reserved Matters Planning Permission submitted to Winchester City Council, pending validation|
|March 2022||Planning Permission due for the start of 2022; we'll keep you up to date with further details once we know more|