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Boundary Moor Gardens

Boundary Moor Gardens - Deep Dale Lane - Derby - Derbyshire - DE24 3HG

Taylor Wimpey plans to build 50 homes on parcel one and a further 92 homes on parcel two at Boundary Moor Gardens. The parcels will consist of a range of two, three, four and five bedroom terraced, semi-detached and detached houses. 23 of the properties will be made available for affordable housing.

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  • Overview

    Boundary Moor Gardens, Derby

    Taylor Wimpey has received outline planning consent from Derby City Council for 50 dwellings on Parcel 1 and an outline planning consent from South Derbyshire District Council for 100 dwellings on Parcel 2.

     

    Taylor Wimpey plans to build 50 homes on parcel one and a further 92 homes on parcel two at Boundary Moor Gardens. The parcels will consist of a range of two, three, four and five bedroom terraced, semi-detached and detached houses. 23 of the properties will be made available for affordable housing.

     

    Work is due to start on site at Boundary Moor Gardens towards the end of 2021. 

     

    Aerial Plan

  • About the site

    About the site

    The site is agricultural land located on the eastern side of Deep Dale Lane, adjacent to the Sinfin area of Derby.

     

    It is bounded to the north by housing and agricultural land to the south and east. It is partly enclosed by hedgerows. A ditch runs along the southern boundary of Parcel 1. The site, in common with the surrounding area, is generally flat, with a gentle slope from the northwest down to the southeast and is accessible through a field gate on Deep Dale Lane.

     

    The A50 lies some 400 metres to the south of the site. 

     

    Parcel 1 is to the South of the existing and North or the ditch course which lies in Derby City District Council. Parcel 2 is south of the ditch course and lies within South Derbyshire District Council.

    Indicative Site Layout

  • What's proposed

    What's proposed?

    Taylor Wimpey plans to build 50 homes on parcel one and a further 92 homes on parcel two. The parcels will consist of a range of two, three, four and five bedroom terraced, semi-detached and detached houses. 23 of the properties will be made available for affordable housing.

     

    The proposed layout of the development has been thoughtfully designed to provide a distinctive character compared to surrounding neighbourhoods. 

     

    The development will be served by a single access road from Deep Dale Lane that will link the two parcels together. 

    A Local Area for Play (LAP) will be located adjacent to the site entrance, in parcel one. A more substantial Locally Equipped Area of Play (LEAP) will be provided as part of the open space within parcel two. 

    The development will retain existing boundary hedgerows, except where required to be removed to facilitate access. A replacement hedgerow will be planted along the Deep Dale Lane frontage where the existing hedgerow is required to  be removed to facilitate access and visibility splays. 

    Landscaping, including the planting of substantial numbers of trees, will be undertaken across the site. 

    The open space has been thoughtfully designed to promote inclusivity and healthy lifestyles by encouraging activity and interaction.
  • Community

    Community Benefits

    In addition to the provision on-site of new affordable homes and new  

    open space and play areas, the development will make significant financial contributions towards the provision of off-site community services, local facilities and infrastructure, to be used towards: 

     

    • Improvements to the local road network  
    • Increased capacity within local primary and secondary schools 
    • Enhanced capacity within local health facilities 

     

    As part of the wider village, a new local centre and primary school is proposed as part of the Infinity Garden Village, to be located at the junction of Wragley Way and Arleston Lane. Existing schools will be expanded, if necessary, until a new primary school is built. 

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  • Updates

    News and updates

    • January 2021 - Reserved Matters application submitted for Parcel 1
    • March 2021 - Reserved Matters application submitted for Parcel 2