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Land off Gracechurch Street, Debenham

Gracechurch Street - Debenham - Suffolk - IP14 6RQ

Taylor Wimpey is preparing an outline planning application for a development of up to 295 new homes on land off Gracechurch Street, Debenham, Suffolk.

  • Overview

    Land off Gracechurch Street, Debenham

    Taylor Wimpey is preparing an outline planning application for a residential development of up to 295 homes on land off Gracechurch Street, Debenham.

    The 18 hectare site is currently in agricultural use. It is bordered by housing to the east and south, and agricultural fields to the west and north.

    The proposed development would be close to Debenham’s local services and facilities, including Debenham High School and Debenham Sports and Leisure Centre, with good transport links to nearby towns such as Stowmarket and Ipswich.

    We plan to consult with local residents and stakeholders, and responses will help shape our plans before an outline application is submitted. Should permission be granted, we will then submit a more detailed reserved matters application following further consultation.

  • What's proposed

    Our proposals

    We hope to build up to 295 new homes on land off Gracechurch Street, a percentage of which will be affordable housing.

    The development would also include landscaped areas and a scheme to ease flooding on the site and in the wider area.

    We would set aside land for both a new primary school and a sporting/recreational facility within the development.

    The plan below shows our plans for the development in more detail (click to enlarge).

    CSA_3129_118_D Development Framework Plan

     

  • Community

    Community benefits

    With all housing developments it is important to understand the impact on the local community.


    If we are granted planning permission for our proposal in Debenham, we will make funding available through the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and a Section 106 agreement for affordable housing, sites for a new primary school and sporting/recreational facility, a sustainable urban drainage system and other economic benefits to the local area.