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Land north of Roman Road, Hereford

Land north of Roman Road - Hereford - Herefordshire - HR4

Taylor Wimpey is preparing a planning application for approximately 136 new homes on land north of Roman Road, Hereford.

  • Overview

    Land north of Roman Road

    As shown on the sketch site layout the development will comprise construction of 3.89ha of housing, which equates to approximately 136 dwellings (assumed 35 dwellings per hectare) and associated access from Roman Road.

    A network of secondary and tertiary streets will be created to ensure a legible and permeable neighbourhood. In addition to the new homes, the proposed includes a locally equipped area of play (LEAP), along with public open space giving a total site area of 5.12ha.

    We held a public consultation on Thursday 12th October, to give local people the chance to view the scheme and respond to the proposals. The exhibition boards from the event are available to view by clicking here:

    Board 1

    Board 2

    Board 3

    Board 4

    To provide feedback on our development proposals, click the 'Have your say' button at the top of this page. The deadline for submitting feedback is Friday 27th October 2017, when the public consultation period closes.

  • About the site

    About the site

    Land at Cot Barn Farm extends over 5.12 hectares and consists of three irregular shaped agricultural land parcels, on a gentle slope rising from south to north. The existing Cot Barn Farm buildings, including 4 dwellings and a large, industrial scale unit, occupy the south/central portion of the site and are excluded from the site boundary. These are accessed via a gap between frontage properties along the A4103 Roman Road.

  • What's proposed

    Our proposals

    The development will comprise construction of 3.89ha of housing, which equates to approximately 136 dwellings (assumed 35 dwellings per hectare) and associated access from Roman Road.

  • Community

    Community benefits

    • High quality, contemporary residential development
    • Locally Equipped Area of Play provided on-site
    • Tree planting respecting privacy of existing dwellings on Roman Road
    • Considered landscaping and conservation measures