Land off Radwinter Road
Saffron Walden

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Overview

Following a public exhibition held in June 2016, award-winning housebuilder Linden Homes has now submitted a Reserved Matters planning application to develop 200 homes on land at Radwinter Road, Saffron Walden.

As you are likely to be aware, outline planning consent was granted in April 2014 for a mixed-use scheme comprising 200 new homes, business space, care home provision, public open space and land for a new primary school. Linden Homes has an interest in the residential elements of the site and is currently in the process of preparing plans for a Reserved Matters planning application.

The planning application reference is UTT/16/1856/DFO. You can view all of the application documents on Uttlesford District Council’s website here. You can download a newsletter providing an overview of the proposals here.

In order to provide the community with an opportunity to view the proposals prior to submission of the Reserved Matters application, a public exhibition was held in early June. You can view the exhibition boards here.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss further, you can contact us using the freephone information line below or by using the form on the right.

Thank you for your interest.

Phone Number: 0800 298 7040

Postcode: CB10 2LB

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Benefits

 

The development of the this scheme would deliver a number of important benefits for the local community, including:

 

  • Significant investment into the local economy through the development of the site
  • The provision of much needed affordable housing for local people
  • New Homes Bonus payments to Uttlesford District Council and Essex County Council totalling £3,234,000 over a six-year period. The money is provided un-ringfenced
  • A comprehensive Section 106 package towards local infrastructure and services totalling £1,685,458
  • The creation of a number of new jobs during the contruction period. A development of 200 homes would require a workforce of 300 people*
  • Opportunities for local people seeking apprenticeships in the building industry
  • Highly energy efficient homes using the fabric first approach, helping to reduce the cost of utility bills

 

 

 

* Professor Michael Ball, Reading University, The Labour Needs of Extra Housing Output (2005)

Next Steps

 

July/August 2016 - Statutory consultation undertaken by Uttlesford Council

 

August 2016 - Ongoing liaison with Uttlesford District Council, Saffron Walden Town Council and statutory consultees

 

September/October 2016 - Expected determination of Reserved Matters planning application

 

January 2017 - Expected start on site, subject to planning permission being granted and pre-commencement conditions discharged

 

 

 

Following a public exhibition held in June 2016, award-winning housebuilder Linden Homes has now submitted a Reserved Matters planning application to develop 200 homes on land at Radwinter Road, Saffron Walden.

As you are likely to be aware, outline planning consent was granted in April 2014 for a mixed-use scheme comprising 200 new homes, business space, care home provision, public open space and land for a new primary school. Linden Homes has an interest in the residential elements of the site and is currently in the process of preparing plans for a Reserved Matters planning application.

The planning application reference is UTT/16/1856/DFO. You can view all of the application documents on Uttlesford District Council’s website here. You can download a newsletter providing an overview of the proposals here.

In order to provide the community with an opportunity to view the proposals prior to submission of the Reserved Matters application, a public exhibition was held in early June. You can view the exhibition boards here.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss further, you can contact us using the freephone information line below or by using the form on the right.

Thank you for your interest.

Phone Number: 0800 298 7040

Postcode: CB10 2LB

Go to Google Maps

    




 

The development of the this scheme would deliver a number of important benefits for the local community, including:

 

  • Significant investment into the local economy through the development of the site
  • The provision of much needed affordable housing for local people
  • New Homes Bonus payments to Uttlesford District Council and Essex County Council totalling £3,234,000 over a six-year period. The money is provided un-ringfenced
  • A comprehensive Section 106 package towards local infrastructure and services totalling £1,685,458
  • The creation of a number of new jobs during the contruction period. A development of 200 homes would require a workforce of 300 people*
  • Opportunities for local people seeking apprenticeships in the building industry
  • Highly energy efficient homes using the fabric first approach, helping to reduce the cost of utility bills

 

 

 

* Professor Michael Ball, Reading University, The Labour Needs of Extra Housing Output (2005)

 

July/August 2016 - Statutory consultation undertaken by Uttlesford Council

 

August 2016 - Ongoing liaison with Uttlesford District Council, Saffron Walden Town Council and statutory consultees

 

September/October 2016 - Expected determination of Reserved Matters planning application

 

January 2017 - Expected start on site, subject to planning permission being granted and pre-commencement conditions discharged