Taylor Wimpey Sample - The Redditch Standard

A brief introduction...

House-hunters in the West Midlands who are hoping to move to a brand new home next year will soon get the chance to secure their perfect property at Taylor Wimpey’s prestigious developments across the region.

There’s a superb choice of homes for would-be buyers in a range of circumstances which are now on sale and due for completion in 2018 at selected developments across the West Midlands, Warwickshire, Staffordshire and Shropshire.

By reserving now at today’s prices, savvy buyers can get a great deal – and give themselves plenty of time to save up for the cost of moving – as well as being able to choose from Taylor Wimpey’s range of interior Options well in advance.

Elaine Cartwright, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “We are delighted to be offering a great choice of homes for next year at our developments across the region, which continue to generate a great deal of interest among quick-off-the-mark purchasers.

“By reserving now, home-hunters can secure their favourite before someone else beats them to it – and they can then start planning how they’d like to personalise their new home, so it feels like home as soon as they move in!”

To find out more about buying next year’s houses for this year’s prices, property-seekers should call the development or visit the website at www.taylorwimpey.co.uk.

Milward Gardens, Webheath

Milward Gardens offers a beautiful collection of two, three and four-bedroom homes on land south of Pumphouse Lane in Webheath, Worcestershire. The new homes boast an idyllic location on the outskirts of town, offering a relaxed pace of life while benefiting from the great range of facilities on offer in the nearby centre of Redditch, which is less than two miles north-east of the development.

The development is located in a semi-rural suburb close to the centre of town, which features a wide selection of amenities to serve everyday needs including a choice of pubs, a post office, a shop and a church.

There is also a range of well-regarded nurseries and schools for children of all ages throughout Redditch that make this the perfect place for families to settle down.

Homes For Sale

The Haddenham

4 bedroom Detached house from £374,950

The Haddenham is a stunning 4 bedroom home with kitchen/dining area with French doors to rear garden, living room with bay window, utility room, en suite to bedrooms 1 & 2, master bathroom, downstairs cloakroom and integral garage.


Jasmine Gardens

In 2011 the site had been identified within the Wychavon District Council Local Plan as an area that may be suitable for housing development in the longer term (an Area of Development Restraint). However the council was not able to demonstrate that a supply of suitable land was available within the next five years to meet local demand for housing. We therefore decided to submit a planning application for the site before the updated draft development plan was put in place by the council. The early timing of our planning application meant that it was important for us to gain support from local people.

After carrying out surveys of the site and holding several meetings with Wychavon District Council, we produced our initial design proposals and development layout. In May 2012 we held a public exhibition event, for which we prepared a CGI ‘fly through’ model and presentation boards, showing drawings of and information about our proposed development, for local residents and councillors to see. The drawings and information were also posted on a dedicated website. Forms were available so that people could provide us with feedback.

We took the time to talk with and listen to the community to make sure we understood what sort of development they would like to see and would support. While one local councillor was keen on a modern design, we chose to design a more traditional-looking development which is what the wider community told us that they preferred. During this community engagement we also found out that local people were concerned about increasing traffic locally. They suggested that a road link and footpath between our development and a neighbouring residential area would help reduce pressure on the existing local roads and junctions. This would also give residents a safer way to travel to local schools, playgrounds and the village hall. We agreed and included these changes in our final proposals. We then submitted a detailed planning application which was approved unanimously by the planning committee in February 2013.

Land At Perryfields Road, Bromsgrove

Taylor Wimpey is preparing proposals for a new residential development in Bromsgrove on land at Perryfields Road, a site known as BROM2, which has been identified within the Draft Bromsgrove District Plan as an allocated site for possible development.

The proposals form part of a wider strategic growth area to the north-west of Bromsgrove, which will deliver up to 1,300 new homes and include a proportion of affordable housing, new employment and retail space, a provision of elderly care homes, and open space including formal sports pitches.

Following discussions with planning officers and a period of public consultation, which included an open exhibition on 16th October 2014 in the town where we spoke to residents from across Bromsgrove and the surrounding area about the proposals, we have submitted an outline planning application to Bromsgrove District Council.

The application sets out a masterplan for the area, showing how new houses, community facilities and employment land can be delivered on the site. It is accompanied by technical reports and surveys analysing a variety of issues, including transport, archaeology and utilities.

The planning reference number is 16/0335.

The application will be considered by planning officers at Bromsgrove District Council, alongside organisations such as Worcestershire County Council, Natural England, Wildlife Trust, the Environment Agency, utility and healthcare providers, and a range of other statutory bodies.

The proposals will be determined by planning officers as to whether they are suitable and acceptable against a range of local and government policies before a decision is reached by the District Council’s Planning Committee.

A summary of the proposals can be viewed by clicking the ‘What’s proposed’ tab above. A newsletter distributed to local residents in May 2016 can be viewed by clicking here.

For more information, please feel free to call us on 0800 148 8911.


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