• Find your home

    Enter Location or development name
    Price range
    Number of bedrooms

    Property type

    See advanced options

Land off Barby Lane

Land off Barby Lane - Rugby - Warwickshire

We are preparing proposals for a new residential development on land to the east of Barby Lane, Hillmorton, Rugby.

  • Overview

    Land east of Barby Lane

    We are currently preparing proposals for a new residential development on land to the east of Barby Lane, Hillmorton, Rugby.

    As a considerate and responsible developer, we strive to ensure that local people, businesses and community groups are kept fully informed of our proposals – and give them every opportunity to comment on our scheme so we can respond positively to local views.

    In order to allow local residents and key stakeholders the opportunity to find out more about our proposals, we held a public exhibition at Rogers Hall on Tuesday 29th November 2016 between 2pm and 7pm.

    Visitors were able to view our plans, speak to experts from our project team, ask questions and provide us with their feedback on the proposals. If you would like to view the exhibition boards displayed at the consultation event, please click here.

    Our public consultation period closed on Tuesday 13th December 2016. The comments we received from the local community will help us to refine our emerging plans before we finalise and submit a planning application to Rugby Borough Council in the near future.

  • About the site

    The proposed development site

    The application site measures 4.3 hectares (10.63 acres) in size. The site is bordered to the north by existing residential properties, fronting Barby Lane and Fellows Way, agricultural land to the east and south, and Barby Lane immediately to the west.

    The site is situated in a sustainable location, within walking and cycling distance of a range of existing shops, services, amenities and public transport facilities in the local area.

    The Rugby Borough Local Plan requires that an annual average housing requirement of 540 new homes per year is built in the Borough. However, not enough homes have been built recently to meet this target, so the Council now has a shortfall of homes. This scheme will contribute towards the delivery of meeting this need.

  • What's proposed

    About our proposals

    Under our proposals, we will provide up to 113 new homes, with 40% to be affordable housing and 60% to be sold on the private market.

    We are proposing to deliver a wide range of housetypes to suit a variety of purchasers, and the property designs will be in keeping with the character of the local area.

    The main vehicular access to the development will be via Barby Lane, while additional access points for pedestrians and cyclists are to be established at appropriate locations.