Question 2. Please submit any sites for employment and housing you wish to suggest for allocation in the Local Plan. Provide as much information and supporting evidence as possible.

Showing forms 691 to 710 of 710
Form ID: 55083
Respondent: Sophie Raven

Land on the south side of High Street, Rampton, running through to the noth side of King Street, Rampton. Approximate postcode CB24 8QE.

0.65

Site 55083 map

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Unused/ occasional grazing over the last 12 months.

The land has been unused for 13+ years.

none

No answer given

We would very much like to give self builders or key workers the opportunity to build / own their own home but we are equally happy to be flexible to met the needs of the local areas housing requirement.

Market and affordable housing , Key worker housing , Custom or self build housing

Nothing chosen

Help to meet the local housing needs.

Based on your guideline of 10 properties per hectare we would suggest 5 - 8 residential units.

No answer given

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Yes (Please give details)

Vehicular access is currently from the High Street end, historically there has also been access from King Street end. Both access points would need improving.

No

No answer given

No

No answer given

No answer given

Yes (Please give details)

There are residential properties on either side of the site so it is assumed that all key services are available.

Available now

No answer given

Enquiries received

It is located in a popular village with good access to a wide range of amenities in surrounding villages, as well as a bus service, cycle path and easy access to the a14.

No

No answer given

N/A

2021

2022

1-2 years

No

The land has good road frontage at both the High street and King street end so appropriate access can easily be established.

Yes

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Form ID: 55106
Respondent: Mrs Sophie Player

Land on the north side of Madingley Rd, Dry Drayton, Cambridge. Nearest postcode CB23 8DB

2.5

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unsed

unknown, it has been unsed for 13+ years

N/A

No answer given

We would very much like to give self builders or key workers the opportunity to build / own their own home but we are equally happy to be flexible to met the needs of the local area.

Market and affordable housing , Key worker housing , Older persons housing , Custom or self build housing , Employment (B1) office , Employment (B1b) research and development , Employment (B1c) light industrial , Employment (B2) general industrial , Employment (B8) storage and distribution , Employment (other)

Nothing chosen

Help to meet the local housing and economic needs

Based on your guideline of 10 properties per hectare we would suggest 20 - 30 residential units or commercial equivalent.

No answer given

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Yes (Please give details)

Current access is via a 6 metre gate way from Madingley Rd, and this could easily be widened to accommodate more traffic.

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No

Trees in the far corner have a presevation order. These could remain as part of the re-development.

No answer given

Yes (Please give details)

Key utilities will be available in the existing part of Dry Drayton village.

Available now

Currently unused

Enquiries received

It is a good sized site on the outskirts of Cambridge. Adjoining fields have also been proposed as possible sites. Easy access to A14 and M11.

No

No answer given

No

2022

2024

2

No

We are no aware of any issues.

Yes

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Form ID: 56132
Respondent: AWA 136 Ltd

Rear of 124 High Street, Meldreth, SG8 6LB

1.4

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Undeveloped and unused other than as a garden extension for the landowner

No answer given

Reference:S/1791/77/O Type: Outline Application Location: Land Adj To The Court And 122 High Street Meldreth Status: Refused Application Reference:S/0622/82/O Type: Outline Application Location: 117 High Street Meldreth Status: Refused Application

Greenfield

Probably 4 or possibly up to 6 high end residential dwellings within the 3.5 acre site. Each on a minimum of 0.5 acre plot.

Market and affordable housing , Custom or self build housing

Nothing chosen

Additional high end residences - in keeping with the local area.

Probably 4, possibly up to 6 houses each on minimum of 0.5 acre plot

No answer given

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Yes (Please give details)

Current gravel driveway leading to public highway. No improvement required for construction access (perhaps removal of the existing gate).

No

No known constraints

No

No answer given

Currently no utilities on site, however, the access road leads to the main road where utilities are available. No pylons or other utilities cross the site.

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Available now

Also available next 5 years. Aim to complete by 2027.

Nothing chosen

Would provide secluded rural setting for 3 to 5 dwellings with substantial gardens

No

No answer given

No

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No

No answer given

Yes

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Form ID: 56133
Respondent: Croxton Park Partnership on behalf of The Alan Bowkett's Sons Settlement
Agent: Brown & Co Barfords

Land south of A428, Croxton

11.6

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Agricultural

N/A

None

Greenfield

Residential

Market and affordable housing , Older persons housing , Custom or self build housing

Public open space

The development will provide sensitively designed dwellings which will enhance the setting of the village along with providing much needed housing. This will also provide economic benefits through the construction jobs created and from owner/occupiers using local services and facilities.

350 dwellings which equates to 30 dwellings per hectare and is appropriate to the location

No answer given

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No

A new access road can be created off the A428

No

There are already trees around the site.

Yes (Please give details)

The site is in the setting of Croxton Conservation Area and in the setting of a Scheduled Ancient Monument. The land is designated as a Historic Park and Garden and is a County Wildlife Site. The site can provide sensitively designed houses

Provision can be made for key utilities as part of the development

No

No answer given

Available now

The land can be developed immediately

Don't know

There is a significant demand for a mix of housing given the sites location adjacent to the A428. The site is well connected to surrounding towns and villages such as Cambourne, Cambridge and Northstowe. Given the proposals put forward north and south of the A428 which incorporates land to the east of Croxton and north of the A428 for 4,000 houses and land north of Croxton Rectory, off A428, Eltisely for 400 houses we highlight the availability of the site to the Council as given the circumstances, this may assist the Council in pursuing a comprehensive spatial planning approach.

No

No answer given

N/A

2022

2027

5 Years

No

N/A

Yes

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Form ID: 56134
Respondent: Croxton Park Partnership on behalf of The Alan Bowkett's Sons Settlement
Agent: Brown & Co Barfords

Land south of A428, Eltisley

37

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Agricultural

N/A

None

Greenfield

Residential

Market and affordable housing , Older persons housing , Custom or self build housing

Public open space

The development will provide sensitively designed dwellings which will enhance the setting of the village along with providing much needed housing. This will also provide economic benefits through the construction jobs created and from owner/occupiers using local services and facilities.

1100 dwellings which equates to 30 dwellings per hectare and is appropriate to the location

No answer given

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No

A new access road can be created off the A428 and B1040

No

There are already trees around the site

Yes (Please give details)

The site is in the setting of Eltisley Conservation Area and in the setting of a Scheduled Ancient Monument. The land is designated as a Historic Park and Garden and is a County Wildlife Site. The site can provide sensitively designed houses.

Provision can be made for key utilities as part of the development.

No

No answer given

Available now

The land can be developed immediately.

Don't know

There is a significant demand for a mix of housing given the sites location adjacent to the A428. The site is well connected to surrounding towns and villages such as Cambourne, Cambridge and Northstowe. Given the proposals put forward north and south of the A428 which incorporates land to the east of Croxton and north of the A428 for 4,000 houses and land north of Croxton Rectory, off A428, Eltisely for 400 houses we highlight the availability of the site to the Council as given the circumstances, this may assist the Council in pursuing a comprehensive spatial planning approach.

No

No answer given

N/A

2022

2032

10 years

No

N/A

Yes

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Form ID: 56167
Respondent: Mr David Hill
Agent: T & W Hays Bros limited (Co. Regn. No. 524200)

Land on the south east side of Fen Drayton Road, CB24 4AF

1.75

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Informal grassland adjacent to the college.

N/A

N/A

Greenfield

Residential development of circa 50 dwellings

Market and affordable housing

Public open space

Residential development in close proximity to existing settlement and new road infrastructure outside of the Green Belt. Potential for new link into college and improved access in this part of the village.

50 = circa 30 dwellings / ha

No answer given

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Yes (Please give details)

Vehicle access is achievable directly from Fen Drayton Road, with pedestrian access in close proximity to Bloor footpath and road infrastructure providing link into the village.

No

No answer given

No

No answer given

No answer given

No

No answer given

Nothing chosen

All are listed as Available

Site is under option by a developer

Attractive village with significant services and facilities / proximity to major road network / flat / unconstrained / developers already building next door/proximity to the countryside and guided busway/adjacent college.

No

No

No active promotion previously.

2022

2023

2

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Yes

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Form ID: 56168
Respondent: John Dickle Associates
Agent: John Dickle Associates

Land at Ashwell Road, Steeple Morden, Cambs

5.5

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Meadow

Meadow - Used to be Allotments

None

Greenfield

Residential Development

Market and affordable housing , Custom or self build housing

Public open space

MUCH NEEDED HOUSING AND CONSTRUCTION JOBS PLUS HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURE INTO THE LOCAL ECONOMY

Circa 30 Dwellings

No answer given

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Yes (Please give details)

Ex Field Access

No

None

No

No answer given

YES ALL MAINS SERVICES ARE IN THE HIGHWAY

Yes (Please give details)

No answer given

Available now

SITE IS AVAILABLE NOW

Site owned by a developer

Highly Attractive to Developers

Nothing chosen

None

Not Applicable

Q3 2021

Q3 2022

1

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Yes

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Form ID: 56169
Respondent: Grant Instruments (Cambridge)Ltd

29 Station Rd, Shepreth, Cambridgeshire, SG8 6GB

2

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Industrial (electronics manufacturing)

No answer given

No answer given

Previously developed.

The current owners need to move site due to changes in their business mix. We propose to market and/or redevelop the site for mixed use. The site has several well-maintained buildings suitable for refurbishment into offices, residential, care home or mixed use development. There is undeveloped land and substantial car parking. Alternatively, the site could be fully redeveloped for residential housing. We have been given indicative guidance that around 30 homes could be built on the site. The site has excellent access to the village and the railway station, with direct access from the public highway. It benefits from proximity to Shepreth and its amenities, whilst being outside the conservation area.

Market and affordable housing , Key worker housing , Older persons housing , Residential care home , Student accommodation , Other forms of housing , Employment (B1) office , Employment (B1b) research and development , Employment (B1c) light industrial , Employment (B2) general industrial , Employment (B8) storage and distribution , Employment (other)

Nothing chosen

This is an ideal site of pre-developed land which has ready access by public transport to/from Cambridge and the South. Development would enable the limited expansion of Shepreth, providing much needed housing. If used for offices, student accommodation or residential care, the site could also provide local employment.

30 residential units estimated, based on initial discussion with national developer.

No answer given

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Yes (Please give details)

Direct access to Station Road, wide enough for two cars to pass or HGVs to enter the site.

No

No answer given

No

No answer given

No answer given

Yes (Please give details)

All utilities are connected. The site is next to an electricity sub-station but there are no overhead wires crossing the site.

Next 5 years

Site is currently occupied but owners are seeking alternative location.

Site is being marketed

Attractive small parcel of pre-developed mixed use land at the edge of a popular village.

No

No

N/A

2021

2022

1

No

No answer given

Yes

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Form ID: 56170
Respondent: Jane Green
Agent: Strutt & Parker

Land North East of New Road, Melbourn

20.97

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The site is currently comprised of agricultural land.

N/A

No Planning History

Greenfield

Residential development with policy compliant affordable housing, public open space and strategic landscaping. The site could form part of more strategic growth to the south and east of Melbourn if combined with other site submissions and parcels of land to the south east of Melbourn and provide a southern relief road connecting New Road to the Cambridge Road.

Market and affordable housing , Key worker housing , Older persons housing

Public open space , Other

The development could provide much needed residential provision in a sustainable location within the district and the potential for a southern relief road connection.

The site could deliver in the region of 300 homes developed on the lower lying half of the site leaving the remained for a road connection and extensive areas of landscaping.

No answer given

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Yes (Please give details)

Access to the site could be achieved from New Road. Please refer to the Site Location Plan. There is a field access onto New Road and the site has an extensive frontage providing many access options with excellent visibility. A full transport assessment would be undertaken as part of any planning application at the site.

No

No answer given

No

Additional surveys including full ecological surveys would be undertaken as part of any planning application.

No answer given

No

If any further information is required, the applicants are happy to provide details.

Available now

The site is readily available due to being a greenfield site in a single ownership.

Enquiries received

The site is situated in a desirable rural location, benefitting from views of the countryside. Melbourne has extensive services and facilities which a large residential development could take advantage of. In planning terms, the site is relatively unconstrained.

No

No, the landowners are fully committed to bringing the site forward for residential development.

No, this is the first time the land has been promoted for residential development.

Upon allocation

2027

5 years

No

N/A

Yes

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Form ID: 56181
Respondent: Michaela Wilson
Agent: - C/O Agent

Land adj. 106 Cambridge Road, Impington, CB24 9NX

circa 1 hectare

Site 56181 map

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Not currently in use

N/A

N/A

Greenfield

Market and affordable housing Or Self build, executive, detached homes

Market and affordable housing , Key worker housing , Older persons housing , Residential care home , Student accommodation , Custom or self build housing

Nothing chosen

Much needed housing, close to city centre with great transport links

Up to 20 homes subject to planning consent (the new development at our boundary has 14 units per acre, but ours is an irregular plot) or a fewer number of self build plots for individual, executive, detached homes.

No answer given

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Yes (Please give details)

We own an access road which joins the public highway but this would require improvement / widening for which there is space

No

No answer given

No

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

The existing homes on either side of the access road are already connected to mains water, sewerage, electricity, gas and broadband.

Available now

No answer given

Enquiries received

Proximity to city centre and transport links

No

N/A

N/A

2022

2022

1

Nothing chosen

No

Yes

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Form ID: 56208
Respondent: Mr Nigel Gadsby
Agent: Carter Jonas

Land off Hillside, Orwell

6.8 (western part of site promoted for built development – approx. 3.5Ha)

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Agricultural land

N/A

None

Greenfield

The site could accommodate up to 100 dwellings including affordable housing and self build plots. The site could also include a residential care facility and housing for older people. The remainder of the site would provide open space, green infrastructure and landscaping.

Market and affordable housing , Older persons housing , Residential care home , Custom or self build housing

Public open space

The proposed development would provide additional housing for Orwell. The proposed development would include open space and landscaping, which would also provide ecological benefits. The trees and hedgerows at the boundary of the site would be retained as part of the proposed development. The proposed development would support the existing services and facilities in Orwell including the village store, public house, mobile library, and bus service.

The site could accommodate up to 100 dwellings, which is based on built development being provided on the western part of the site (approx. 3.5 Ha) and the character of the site and edge of village location. A density of 30 dph is applied.

No answer given

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Yes (Please give details)

The site has a direct access from Hillside which is used to provide access for agricultural vehicles and machinery to the land. A new vehicular access would need to be provided to serve the promoted development.

Yes (please give details)

The land does slope, with the eastern part of the site higher than the western part. It is proposed that built development would be located on the lower western part of the site.

Nothing chosen

The site is located within Flood Zone 1 which means it has a low probability of flood risk. The proposed development would include an appropriate drainage strategy to manage surface water drainage. The site contains a number of trees and hedgerows, most of which are located at the site boundary. A tree survey and arboricultural impact assessment of the site will need to be undertaken. The proposed development will seek to retain as many of the trees as possible. The proposed development would provide additional landscape planting in order to create an attractive landscape setting for the proposed dwellings. There is an SSSI (Orwell Clunch Pit) located to the south east of the site. An ecological assessment of the site will need to be undertaken, but it is unlikely that there will be any constraints to development. The proposed development will seek to retain any ecological features on site and include ecological enhancement measures within the landscape strategy. There are listed buildings on Fisher’s Lane and High Street, and Wimpole Hall Park & Garden extends to the north side of Hillside. An assessment of the impact of development on these heritage assets will need to be undertaken, but it should be possible for development to be located at the site to avoid harmful impacts on these assets.

No answer given

Yes (Please give details)

The proposed development will need to provide new utilities infrastructure, but there are services to the neighbouring urban area and uses and so connections will be possible.

Available now

The site is promoted by a willing landowner and is deliverable for development. However, the site will need to be allocated for development through the Greater Cambridge Local Plan process before it will be available for development.

Enquiries received

It is anticipated that the site will be attractive to the market, because other sites in Orwell have been subject to strong demand from developers and housebuilders.

No

N/A

N/A

2025

2027

2

No

N/A

Yes

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Form ID: 56210
Respondent: Resolute Estates Ltd
Agent: - C/O Agent

Clive Hill Drive, CB24 3DT

No answer given

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None known in recent years. Possibly occasional grazing.

The last use was the site of Clive Hall. That building was demolished sometime after 1976. The OS map of that date shows the precise location of Clive Hall.

Part of S/2482/16/OL

Previously developed as Clive Hall, or appurtenant buildings

6 detached houses

Market and affordable housing , Custom or self build housing

Nothing chosen

Custom or self build housing - See Addendum

Six detached houses comprising around 1100m2, gross internal area on two floors.

No answer given

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No

No answer given

No

No answer given

No

No answer given

No answer given

No

No answer given

Available now

No answer given

Site owned by a developer

Extremely high

Nothing chosen

None

None

2021

2022

>1

No

No answer given

No

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Form ID: 56211
Respondent: Mr R J Nichols
Agent: Ms Claire Shannon

Land to the south of Denny End Road, Waterbeach

10

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Agricultural use - farmhouse and associated farm buildings to the north and agricultural land to the south

N/A

None of Relevance

Greenfield

- A mixed used development is proposed for this site - comprising employment to west and residential to east - 10 ha in total - Incorporate the Waterbeach to Cambridge public transport and active travel routes as part of the development and provide buffer zones and additional tree planting and open space - Employment to the west - approximately 4ha - Residential - approximately 120 dwellings (30dph based on 4ha) including affordable dwellings in accordance with prevailing policy, with open space and landscaping. - Upgraded access from Denny End Road

Market and affordable housing , Custom or self build housing , Employment (B1) office , Employment (B1b) research and development , Employment (B1c) light industrial

Public open space , Recreation and leisure

Sustainable villages such as Waterbeach, should be prioritised for new residential and employment development which is of a sufficient scale to take advantage of the existing and proposed transport corridors and can be master planned to sufficiently incorporate a mix of uses including commercial uses and dwellings, open space, further facilities and landscaping. Allocation of the site would represent a logical extension to Waterbeach, in a sustainable location which is accessible in terms of public transport and key facilities. The site is well located in relation to the key village services and facilities of Waterbeach Allocation of the site for residential and employment use would have many benefits for the local and wider area, providing additional jobs and housing and providing opportunity for people to live in sustainable locations, closer to their employment, on main transport links, i.e. the AlO, and the Waterbeach to Cambridge public transport and active travel routes. Furthermore, the housing element will provide a mix of all types of housing is required to cater for all needs including - market and affordable houses, starter homes, homes suitable for downsizing i.e. bungalows etc. The proposed development would provide additional employment and housing, including affordable housing and starter homes for Waterbeach. Due to the Greenbelt, Waterbeach has limited opportunities for infill development within the settlement boundary, and as such a very limited amount of housing and affordable housing will have been provided in the village in recent years. The proposed development would include open space and landscaping, which would also provide ecological and biodiversity enhancement sits. The proposed development would support existing facilities and services in Waterbeach including convenience stores, public houses and bus services.

Residential - approximately 120 dwellings (30dph based on 4ha) including affordable dwellings, with open space and landscaping Employment - 4ha

No answer given

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Yes (Please give details)

There is an existing vehicular access to the site from Denny End Road. The current access will be upgraded to accommodate the proposed development. An assessment of the access arrangements can be undertaken to demonstrate that a safe and suitable access can be provided for the proposed development.

No

No - the site is relatively flat

No

- The site is located within Flood Zone 1 which means it has a low probability of flood risk. The proposed development would include an appropriate sustainable drainage strategy to manage surface water drainage.

No answer given

No

- The proposed development will need to provide new utilities infrastructure, but there are services to the neighbouring urban area and so new connections will be possible.

Next 5 years

- The site is promoted by a willing landowner, and is available for development. However, the site will need to be released from the Green Belt and allocated for development through the Greater Cambridge Local Plan process before it will be available for development.

Nothing chosen

It is anticipated that the site will be attractive to the market, due to its location within Waterbeach and in close proximity to Cambridge as well as existing and planned public transport links.

Nothing chosen

N/A

Due to the sites location within the Green Belt and the proposed public transport corridor changing the way in which this site functions in terms of the five tests relating to Green Belt Policy.

2025 - however this is dependent on the timeframe for the public transport corridor

2030 - however this is dependent on the timeframe for the public transport corridor

5 - however this is dependent on the timeframe for the public transport corridor

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Yes

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Form ID: 56213
Respondent: Mr Henry D'Abo
Agent: - C/O Agent

Site 1 - Either side of Padlock Road, West Wratting, Cambridge, CB21 5LS Site 2 - Challis Field, West Wratting Site 3 - The Common, West Wratting, Cambridge, CB21 5LR Site 4 - Weston Green (2 sites) Site 5 - Hall Farm, CB21 5PE

Total Area - 24Ha

Site 56213 map

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Sites 1 - 4 - Pasture and set aside Site 5 - Redundant farm buildings including barns, pigeries etc.

N/A

None

Mixture

Residential and Commercial

Market and affordable housing , Employment (B1b) research and development , Employment (B1c) light industrial

Public open space , Community facilities , Recreation and leisure

No answer given

Site 1 - 7 to 8 units Site 2 - 60 units Site 3 - 15 units Site 4 - 2 units Site 5 - 50,000 - 100,000 sq ft of commercial space. Tied affordable housing - 50 units of various sizes.

No answer given

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Nothing chosen

No answer given.

Nothing chosen

No answer given.

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given.

Nothing chosen

No answer given.

Available now

Sites are no longer needed for agriculture purposes.

Enquiries received

Hugely attractive.

No

No answer given

No answer given

2023

No answer given

2

No

N/A

Yes

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Form ID: 56251
Respondent: University of Cambridge
Agent: University of Cambridge

North West Cambridge (Eddington)

150

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Outline planning permission is place for mixed use development. Partially implemented. Phase 1 largely complete, phase 2 discussions underway.

n/a

Outline planning permissions, and subsequent variations: C/11/1114/OUT, S/1886/11, C/13/1402/S73 & S/2036/13/VC. Numerous reserved matters approvals for Phase 1 not referenced.

Mixture

The site currently benefits from outline planning consent for a high quality mixed use development comprising of up to 3,000 dwellings, up to 2,000 student bedspaces, 100,000sqm of employment floorspace, up to 5,300sqm retail floorspace, senior living facilities, hotel, community space, indoor and outdoor sporting facilities alongside a range of supporting infrastructure and services. The University has commenced a high level review of the site which suggests that, through sensitive updates to the masterplan and accompanying Design Code, alongside the range of supporting technical strategies, the site could deliver an increased quantum of residential accommodation of up to approximately 4,500 dwellings in total, to sit alongside the same quantum of employment and commercial floorspace as previously proposed. The University believes an increase of dwellings could be achieved whilst building upon the successes of Phase 1, continuing to deliver the scheme to a high standard, whilst also delivering updates to the masterplan to capture evolution in planning policy.

Market and affordable housing , Key worker housing , Older persons housing , Residential care home , Custom or self build housing , Other forms of housing , Employment (B1) office , Employment (B1b) research and development , Employment (other)

Schools and education , Public open space , Community facilities , Recreation and leisure , Healthcare , Hotel , Retail

The benefits of increasing the quantum of development at the North West Cambridge Development include the following: - the provision of increased housing and affordable housing for key workers on an established, sustainable development site, in close proximity to the city centre and the employment site at West Cambridge, without the need to release additional land to facilitate densification; - offers the opportunity to consider other forms of tenure, working with the Local Planning Authority to consider appropriateness - significant prior delivery of strategic infrastructure such as parts of the primary road network, local centre, school and community facilities, helps to facilitate and support early delivery of additional units; - strengthens the business case for community facilities and local retail offer in the quadrant; - direct and integrated access for additional residents to the new informal open space being delivered within the site with accessible links into the wider countryside; - opportunities to further improve the scope for biodiversity enhancement of the site; - further investment in high quality social infrastructure to the benefit of the wider community.

As highlighted elsewhere in this submission, the land at the North-West Cambridge Development currently benefits from outline planning permission for up to 3,000 dwellings, up to 2,000 student bedspaces, 100,000sqm of employment floorspace, up to 5,300sqm retail floorspace, senior living facilities, hotel, community space, indoor and outdoor sporting facilities alongside a range of supporting infrastructure and services. Intelligence from the market, combined with acquired knowledge from the delivery of the site to date suggests that there is an appetite for a greater provision of smaller residential units than originally envisaged in the masterplanning for the site. High level plot capacity studies and social infrastructure assessment suggests the site could accommodate up to 4,500 dwellings, alongside the other previously approved uses/quantums, although the final figure would necessarily flow from a much more detailed masterplanning and technical examination of the site constraints.

No answer given

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Yes (Please give details)

NWCD Parameter Plan 02 - Access, as approved under outline planning permission, illustrates location of accesses.

Yes (please give details)

The site slopes towards the M11. This has previously been considered and sensitively incorporated into the adopted masterplan and parameter plans for the site. This would not be a barrier to densification of the site. NWCD Parameter Plans 03 (Open Land & Landscape Areas), 05 (Development Building Zones), 07 (Topography); Contextual Plans 02 (Existing Topography), 03 (Tree Preservation Orders)

Yes (Please give details)

Site-wide mitigation strategies already positively address all of these issues. Significant detailed site investigation has also previously taken place. Site benefits from previously approved strategies to address surface water drainage, flood risk, potable water, foul water, pollution control, biodiversity and land contamination. It is expected those strategies would be refreshed to reflect any revisions to planning policies and increases in density of the site.

Site benefits from previously approved strategies to address issues including superfast broadband, and utilities, including the provision of a district heat network and pioneering waste collection system. It is expected those strategies would be refreshed to reflect any revisions to planning policies and increases in density of the site.

Yes (Please give details)

Detailed connections to the site for a mixed-use development have already been established. Further to this, the site benefits from early investment in site-wide sustainable drainage and heat networks, with core infrastructure already in place. Reinforcements/upgrades to the off-site supporting infrastructure likely required to service additional demand, although proportionately less affected than would be the case for previously undeveloped/allocated land.

Available now

Development of the site is already in progress. Significant infrastructure is already in place, whilst significant design work has already commenced in respect of strategic infrastructure to service future phases of the scheme. Incremental densification could happen as soon as this is approved by the Local Planning Authority.

Site owned by a developer

Current plot marketing shows significant interest from development partners, suggesting the site remains attractive to the market. Delivery is also underpinned by the University’s own requirements to deliver a steady flow of new key worker housing for its staff.

No

No answer given

The site has made significant progress to date, since the granting of outline planning permission in 2013. Phase 1 nears completion whilst a significant number of plots are currently being marketed for Phase 2. The development is making steady progress, when accounting for the complexities of developing a sloping site with a number of neighbours and other such constraints.

2023

2030

7 years (circa 200 dwellings per annum)

No

n/a

Yes

Form ID: 56252
Respondent: Hallam Land Management
Agent: Hallam Land Management

Scotland Farm (East & West), Dry Drayton

400

Site 56252 map

Mainly agricultural with some business use

N/A

C/0572/60 - Application for residential purposes. Refused 21/09/1960.

Mixture

New settlement with capacity for some 6,200 homes, travel hub, district and local centres, employment, secondary and primary schools, and extensive green infrastructure, including a Country Park.

Market and affordable housing , Employment (B1) office , Employment (B1b) research and development , Employment (B8) storage and distribution

Schools and education , Public open space , Community facilities , Retail , Other

No answer given

Approx. 6200 residential units. Employment floorspace.

No answer given

No uploaded files for public display

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Available now

No answer given

Enquiries received

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

2022/2023

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Yes

Form ID: 56302
Respondent: Church Commissioners
Agent: Deloitte LLP

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Form ID: 56461
Respondent: Davison & Co Limited
Agent: Carter Jonas

Land at Crow Green, North East of Caxton Gibbet, Cambridgeshire

164

Site 56461 map

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Agricultural use

n/a

n/a

Greenfield

High tech manufacturing, Research & Development and Logistics Business Park, including enhanced motorists roadside provision.

Employment (B1b) research and development , Employment (B1c) light industrial , Employment (B2) general industrial , Employment (B8) storage and distribution , Employment (other)

Hotel

The site provides the opportunity for a high-quality production and logistics business park of a strategic scale located at the junction of the A428/ A1198, north of the new settlement and Rural Centre of Cambourne and the A428 and to the south east of the Minor Rural Centre of Papworth Everard. The site will be well suited to meet demand for specialist B Class industrial and commercial land uses to serve the highly constrained Cambridge market. Crow Green presents an opportunity to broaden the scope of the economy in the Greater Cambridge area within the Cambridge - Milton Keynes - Oxford Arc and contribute towards ambitious targets for economic growth. Potential for 4,500 to 6.500 new FTE jobs.

305,464 sq metres of employment floorspace, including provision of roadside services

No

Nothing chosen

The planned A428 Caxton Gibbet – Black Cat improvements will improve the strategic accessibility of the site, and mean that there will be appropriate access for large goods vehicles from the strategic road network such as the A1 and A14.

No

No answer given

No

No answer given

The site is within an area that benefits generally from key utility provision.

Yes (Please give details)

Existing utility infrastructure is present along the A428 and A1198 Ermine Street which border the site, and at nearby Papworth Everard.

Next 6-10 years

The site is promoted by a willing landowner and is deliverable for development. However, the site will need to be allocated for development through the Greater Cambridge Local Plan process before it will be available for development

Enquiries received

Good

No

n/a

n/a

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No

n/a

Yes

Form ID: 60826
Respondent: Strutt & Parker
Agent: Strutt & Parker

Land to the south of the A11 and west of Mill Road, Great Wilbraham

No answer given

Site 60826 map

Agricultural land/building

N/A

N/A

Greenfield

Non-residential - general industrial and storage and distribution of between 40,000 sqm and 60,000 sqm

Employment (B2) general industrial , Employment (B8) storage and distribution

Nothing chosen

N/A

Non-residential - general industrial and storage and distribution of between 40,000 sqm and 60,000 sqm

Two pylons adjacent to the site but would not be impacted by the development of the site.

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Nothing chosen

a new access would be required to the site to facilitate the development either along the eastern boundary or via London Road, sufficient visibility splays would be achievable to ensure highway safety requirements are complied with.

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Nothing chosen

site is located within Flood Zone 1 In terms of developing the site, as it is relatively sizeable there will be the opportunity for any future development to retain open spaces, provide new biodiversity opportunities and protect and enhance to rural character through planting of new trees and hedgerows to ensure the site does not harm the views across the surrounding countryside.

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Two pylons adjacent to the site but would not be impacted by the development of the site.

Available now

No answer given

Nothing chosen

The site is available immediately and could deliver new employment development (logistics and B8 storage and distribution) within the next 5 years.

Nothing chosen

No answer given

N/A

0-5 Years

2027

Within 5 years

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Yes

Form ID: 60836
Respondent: Barton Willmore
Agent: Barton Willmore

Land East of Main Street, Hardwick

1

Site 60836 map

Agriculture

No answer given

No answer given

Greenfield

Residential development - 25-30 dwellings

Market and affordable housing

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Initial estimate will be subject to further testing

No answer given

No uploaded files for public display

Yes (Please give details)

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Available now

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

2022

2028

6

No

No answer given

Yes