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Higher Standen Park - Phases two, three and four

Pendle Road - Clitheroe - Lancashire - BB7 1LN

Taylor Wimpey are preparing to submit a reserved matters planning application for 424 new homes on phase two, three and four at Higher Standen Park.  

  • Overview

    Welcome

    Taylor Wimpey are pleased to provide an update on our development at Higher Standen Park and to introduce you to our proposals for phase two, three and four.

    Ribble Valley Borough Council granted outline planning permission for 1040 homes in 2014 and we have already started building out the first phase of the development. Higher Standen Farm is Ribble Valley Borough Council’s main strategic housing site and the delivery of all phases of the scheme is therefore integral to ensuring the Council deliver the new homes that are needed in the area.

    In our community update leaflet that was sent in January 2019, we were proposing to submit a reserved matters planning application for 196 new homes incorporating phase two and three.  We are now planning to submit a planning application for 424 new homes by also including phase four within the planning application. 

    By securing phase four as part of this planning application, we are also able to commit the resources to construct the spine road which links phase one with Littlemoor Road. This is an integral part of the wider development and opens the opportunity to bring forward the other uses at the centre of the scheme such as the proposed retail store and proposed new school.

    Please click to see a copy of our updated leaflet along with the proposed layout and revised masterplan.

     

  • About the site

    About the site

    Ribble Valley Borough Council have adopted their Core Strategy document which forms the central document of the Local Development Framework (LDF), establishing the vision, underlying objectives and key principles that will guide development in Ribble Valley to 2028. The Higher Standen Farm development is the major strategic mixed use development planned in the Borough and will provide much needed market and affordable homes along with other non-residential uses.

    Whole Site Masterplan

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    Our proposed masterplan for phases two, three and four at Higher Standen Park

    To see a larger version, please click here.

  • What's proposed

    What's Proposed

    Phase two, three and four will provide 424 new homes. We will soon be submitting a reserved matters planning application to Ribble Valley Borough Council seeking consent to the details of the appearance and siting of the proposed housing as well as the associated landscaping details.

    We are proposing that these phases will provide a combination of mews, bungalows, semi-detached and detached style homes ranging in size between two and five bedrooms. In line with Council policy we are proposing that 30% of the dwellings will be ‘affordable housing’ as defined by the government as ‘social rented, affordable rented and intermediate housing, provided to eligible households whose needs are not met by the market’. Eligibility is determined with regards to local incomes and local house prices.
     
    The new homes will be of a similar design and style to those already built on phase one of the development and will be set within an attractively landscaped area, with publicly accessible open green spaces.

    As part of our proposals for these phases we will also be constructing a footpath link from Shays Drive and footpath links through the landscaped area to the south of phase two linking out onto Worston Old Road to the east. We will be including some timber trim trail play equipment along the footpath as well as benches and landscaping. There will therefore be public open space provided for the enjoyment of new and existing residents.

    Our Proposals

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    Proposed layout for Phases two, three and four at Higher Standen Park

    To see a larger version, please click here

  • Community

    What have Taylor Wimpey been doing in your area?

    Taylor Wimpey prides itself for being a successful developer that does more than just build homes. As a considerate, responsible developer, we have an ongoing commitment to working in partnership with local communities. We want to make a positive contribution to the wider communities in which we build.

    Working with the community at Ribblesdale Cricket and Bowling Club

    The club is located just ten minutes for Taylor Wimpey’s Half Penny Meadows development and we recently donated £500 for the purchase of new balls and bats for its junior cricket teams.

    Mark Graham, chairman of the club, comments: “It’s wonderful to see a company like Taylor Wimpey getting involved in the community and it really does make a difference to see them giving something back. “The teams are excited to get practising with the new equipment and would like to say a big thank you to Taylor Wimpey for the donation.”

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    Working with Clitheroe Wolves

    Local football team Clitheroe Wolves has a brand new kit thanks to a donation from Taylor Wimpey Manchester.

    The leading homebuilder has provided £500 for the Under 7s players, to provide each team member with new kits and jackets.

    Gary Dixon, coach of the Under 7s team, comments: “This is a great boost and will make a huge difference to the team both on and off the pitch. Our main aim is to teach the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship - and a quality kit is a great way to physically demonstrate that they are part of a team.”

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    Taylor Wimpey Supports New Family Hub in Ribble Valley

    Taylor Wimpey Manchester is delighted to be supporting an innovative new project to support children, young people and their families in the Ribble Valley.

    The leading homebuilder has donated £500 towards the creation of The Foundation for Ribble Valley Families, which will offer social and emotional support for families in the area.

    Fiona Maudsley, co-founder and development officer of the new family hub, comments: “”We are so excited to be piloting this project. We hope that it will give a massive boost for families, many of whom currently must travel to larger towns to access this type of support.

    “All help is gratefully received as we aim to provide a fully-functioning hub offering all sorts of therapy to promote mental health and wellbeing.”

  • Updates

    News and updates

    Phase two, three and four will provide 424 new homes. We will soon be submitting a reserved matters planning application to Ribble Valley Borough Council seeking consent to the details of the appearance and siting of the proposed housing as well as the associated landscaping details. Once submitted this will available to view on Ribble Valley Borough Councils website. 

    Anticipated Timescales

    Submit reserved matters planning application
    Summer 2019
    Commence construction of spine road
    Spring 2020
    Commence construction of homes
    Autumn 2020
    First homes occupied
    2021

     

    Should you wish to contact us for more information or to provide comments on our proposals, then please contact us on the below details;

    Higher Standen Park
    Taylor Wimpey Manchester
    1 Lumsdale Road
    Stretford
    Manchester
    M32 0UT

    Phone:         0161 864 8961

    Email:         twmconsultation@taylorwimpey.com

    If you are interested in purchasing a new home on phase two, three and four, please click on the register your interest button above.

    If you are interested in purchasing a new home on phase one, please click here.