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Land off Bremridge Close, Barford

Off Bremridge Close - Barford - Warwickshire - CV35 8DE

A proposed development of approximately 63 new homes on land off Bremridge Close, Barford, Warwickshire.

  • Overview

    Land off Bremridge Close

    We have received resolution to grant planning permission for a new development of approximately 63 homes on land off Bremridge Close in Barford.

    The application site already benefits from being included in a draft allocation for residential development within Warwick District Council’s draft Local Plan.

    We have submitted a detailed planning application for our proposed development, which seeks to deal with issues such as property design, layout and landscaping.

    Under our proposals, 40% of the new homes will be provided as affordable housing, to be administered by a council-approved housing association for local people in housing need.

    In order to allow local residents and stakeholders the opportunity to find out more about our emerging proposals and provide us with their feedback, we held a public exhibition at The Glebe Hotel in Church Street, Barford, on Monday 11th July 2016, from 4pm to 7pm.

    If you would like to view the exhibition boards displayed at the event, please click here.

    The two-week public consultation period that immediately followed closed on Monday 25th July. The comments we received from local residents helped us to refine our plans before we finalised and submitted a planning application to Warwick District Council in March 2017.

    Following on from our well-attended public consultation event in July 2016, we did some further work to thoroughly test and examine the likely effects of the proposed development from a traffic point of view. A summary of this work was set out in a newsletter distributed to residents of Bremridge Close in August 2016. This newsletter can be viewed by clicking here and its related drawings are available to view here and here.

     

  • About the site

    About the site

    The site lies to the north west of Bremridge Close and the south of Westham Lane, on the southern edge of the village of Barford, Warwickshire.

    The proposed site covers 4.87 acres (1.97 hectares) and is bordered by residential land to the north and east and the A429 Barford bypass to the south, as can be seen in the map below:

    Nov16 Barford 270116 Location Plan copy 

     

  • What's proposed

    What's proposed

    Our development is designed to work within the constraints and opportunities of the site and is a scheme that respects the area’s surroundings.

     

    Our proposals include the following key elements:

     

    • Approximately 63 high-quality new homes

    • A mix of property types and sizes to suit people in a range of circumstances

    • One, two, three and four-bedroom homes

    • A provision of affordable housing (40%) for local people in housing need

    • Areas of public open space within the development, including a balancing pond

    • Vehicular access to be taken from Bremridge Close

    A proposed layout of the development can be viewed below (click to zoom in):

    Barford layout plan 

  • Community

    Community benefits

    We believe our proposals will carry wider benefits to the community of Barford beyond the provision of new homes. These benefits will include a number of significant financial contributions that will be made towards the local community as part of our proposed development, in agreement with the relevant local authorities.

    These will be in the form of a Section 106 Agreement, and further details of these contributions will be released once finalised with the council.

    Further economic benefits of the new development are outlined in the graphic below:

     

    41147_TWM - Barford - econ benefits1
  • Updates

    News & updates

    • June 2017 - Warwick District Council provided resolution to grant planning permission, subject to a S106 agreement

    • March 2017 – formal planning application submitted

    • Summer 2016 – public consultation event was held in Barford