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Northfield View, Stowmarket - Phase 2

Chilton Leys - Brooke Way - Stowmarket - Suffolk - IP14 1UH

Taylor Wimpey has received planning permission for a further 175 homes on land at Chilton Leys, Stowmarket, Suffolk. 

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  • Overview

    Northfield View, Stowmarket Phase 2

    A reserved matters planning application for a new residential development of up to 175 homes on land at Chilton Leys, Stowmarket, Suffolk was approved by Mid Suffolk District Council on the 24 October 2018. This application relates to Phase 2a of our development at Northfield View.

    Mid Suffolk District Council previously granted Outline planning permission (ref. 5007/16) in July 2017 which approved the 'principal' of up to 600 homes on the wider site (shaded red on the adjacent plan).

    The reserved matters application sought approval of the details for Appearance, Landscaping, Layout and Scale for the first 175 dwellings, including affordable housing, associated hard and soft landscaping and infrastructure, foul water pumping station, provision of new electricity sub-station and inclusion of layby parking for 12 spaces adjacent to the school site.

    Chilton Leys lies to the north-west of Stowmarket. The landscape context for the Chilton Leys site is semi-rural / urban fringe in nature, comprising the western extent of Stowmarket plus the A14 to the north.

  • About the site

    About the site

    Chilton Leys lies to the north-west of Stowmarket. The landscape context for the Chilton Leys site is semi-rural / urban fringe in nature, comprising the western extent of Stowmarket plus the A14 to the north.

    An Outline planning application was submitted to Mid Suffolk District Council on 16 December 2016. This application was approved at the Mid-Suffolk Planning Committee in July 2017.

    The Outline application site is an irregular shaped site that extends principally south-west from the Phase 1 site. The extent of the Outline application site is shown on the Illustrative Layout (downloadable as a PDF format below) and comprises approximately 30.78ha of land. The wider Chilton Leys site measures approximately 55ha.

    Illustrative Layout (wider site context)

     

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  • What's proposed

    What's proposed?

    Our proposals include:

    • 175 homes
    • 20% affordable housing
    • Public open space for new and existing residents
    • A children’s play area
    • Community Orchard
    • Foul Water Pumping Station

    planning layout- D

  • Community

    Community benefits

    In addition to the provision of both market and affordable housing, and onsite open space, we will be providing financial contributions towards the following:

    • Early Years Contribution
    • Primary School Contribution
    • High School Contribution
    • Public Rights of Way Contribution
    • New Community Building
    • Public Transport Contribution
    • Healthcare Contribution
    • Public Transport Contribution
    • Libraries Contribution
  • Updates

    News and updates

    • July 2017 - Outline planning application for up to 600 homes approved by Mid Suffolk District Council.
    • Jan 2018 - Preparing to submit reserved matters planning application to Mid Suffolk District Council.
    • July 2018 - Reserved Matters planning application for 175 new dwellings submitted to Mid Suffolk District Council. 
      Proposal: Submission of Details (First) under Outline Planning Permission 5007/16 for Appearance, Landscaping, Layout and Scale for 175 dwellings, including affordable housing, associated hard and soft landscaping and infrastructure, foul water pumping station, provision of new electricity sub-station and inclusion of layby parking for 12 spaces adjacent to the school site.
      To view the application online please click here: https://planning.baberghmidsuffolk.gov.uk/online-applications/ and type in application ref: DC/18/03111.
    • October 2018 - Reserved Matters planning application was approved at the Mid Suffolk District Council Planning Committee.