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Land off Cog Road, Sully

Land off Cog Road - Sully - Vale of Glamorgan

Taylor Wimpey has submitted an outline planning application for a new residential development of up to 350 homes on land to the south of Cog Road in Sully, Vale of Glamorgan. This forms part of a larger project which could accomodate up to 450 dwellings.

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  • Overview

    We have an option to purchase the Cog Road site from the existing landowners, subject to planning permission being granted for residential development.

    A public consultation for the proposed development of up to 450 new homes was held in July 2013 at Sully Sports and Leisure Club, giving local people the opportunity to find out more about our emerging scheme and provide their feedback.

    We have now submitted an Outline Planning Application for up to 350 dwellings on the northern most portion of the site we exhibited in July 2013. Together with a portion of land to the south (which Taylor Wimpey does not currently have a legal interest in) we consider that the whole development would not exceed 500 dwellings in total.

    If you would like to be kept up to date on our proposed development, please click here to get in touch.

  • About the site

    The proposed development site covers an area of 50 acres and is currently in agricultural use.

    It is located on the eastern fringes of the Sully settlement area, between Cog Road and South Road.


    The site is bordered by Cog Road to the north, while Swanbridge Road lies to the east. Beyond these roads are open fields. Cog Farm is located to the north-east on the other side of Cog Road, while a private dwelling, De Sully Grange, is to the east beyond Swanbridge Road. There is also a small row of houses at the north-east corner directly adjacent to the proposed development site. To the south is further agricultural land and to the west there is existing residential development off Coneybeare Road.


    The site is divided into two parcels. The northern part is made up of three livestock fields with a small pond in the middle field, which will be retained and enhanced as part of the development. The southern section is part of a large arable field. The hedgerows and trees around the field boundaries will also be retained and protected as part of the proposed development.


    We are promoting the site for residential development as the Vale of Glamorgan Local Development Plan, published in January 2012, identified land including the proposed development site as suitable for accommodating 650 new homes. A new version of the deposit plan is now out for consultation proposing that the site be allocated as a reserrve site for up to 500 dwellings.


  • What's proposed?

    Following discussions with the Vale of Glamorgan Council, we have developed a masterplan for the proposed Cog Road scheme. This has been shaped through public consultation to inform the planning application for the development.

    The scheme has been designed to work within the constraints and opportunities of the site to create a sustainable development that reflects the character of the neighbouring properties and respects the village setting.

    Key elements of the proposed development are as follows:

    • up to 450 new homes in total (the current planning application is for up to 350 homes)
    • A proportion of affordable housing
    • Vehicle access via Cog Road and Swanbridge Road
    • Existing pond and new park
    • New ‘village green’
    • Several new play areas connected by walking routes
    • Retention of existing trees and hedgerows


    Sully masterplan 2

    The proposal for land off Cog Road, Sully

  • Community benefits

    Should our planning application be approved, we will provide a number of contributions towards the local community as part of the proposed development. Details of these contributions will be agreed with the relevant local authorities at a later stage.

  • News and updates

    September 2014 - discussions with planning authority ongoing

    December 2013 – Planning application submitted to vale of Glamorgan Council. 

    July 2013 – Public consultation held