Sandleford Park East

Welcome to the Sandleford Park East website which provides information about the proposals to create a high-quality neighbourhood where families can find their first or new home and grow in a beautiful, landscaped setting with the necessary amenities and infrastructure.

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Drop-in event

On Friday 15th March, we held a community drop-in event at Newbury Rugby Club. The event provided an opportunity for residents to meet with the project team and ask questions.

The event highlighted what has been approved under the outline consent and the project team provided an update on the work undertaken since then and explained the next steps.

The information displayed at this event is available to download below. 

Download information – Part I

Download information – Part II

The feedback received during the drop-in event has been compiled into a report, which is available to download below.

The report provides both a summary and breakdown of the feedback received.

Download Feedback Report

Sandleford Park East is allocated as a strategic location for new homes and parkland.

Bloor Homes is committed to the delivery of this locally important site; which will provide much needed homes in a highly sustainable location.

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Sandleford Park West is subject to separate ownership by Donnington New Homes and subject to its own planning application.

Energy-efficient homes, with low-carbon heating

A local centre, providing new shops and amenities

Offsite highway improvements

Up to 1,000 homes of which 40% will be affordable homes

Land for a new two-form entry primary school

Two new means of access onto Monks Lane

Expansion land  for Park House Academy School

Sustainable Urban Drainage infrastructure

A Country Park for public use

Next steps

Following the grant of planning consent, we are turning to the next stages in the development process, namely providing detailed technical information to satisfy a number of conditions before proceeding with the detailed design and layout of the scheme.

On Friday 15th March, we held a community drop-in event at Newbury Rugby Club.

We wanted to provide an opportunity for residents to meet with the project team, highlight what has been approved under the outline consent, update on what the project team has been working on since the grant of consent and explain our next steps.

This was an informal update event, where Bloor Homes along with the technical team were on hand to answer questions.

We are committed to consultation in the future as the detailed design is developed during the Reserved Matters stage.