Large-scale residential scheme planned for Cambridgeshire

A new property development entitled Waterbeach New Town East will see 4,500 homes constructed in South Cambridgeshire.

While the project has recently been recommended to receive approval, the next phase of the in-depth process will be for local councillors to decide if the scheme will be granted outline planning permission.

Commenting on the new scheme to Cambridgeshire Live, Chris Goldsmith of the developer RLW Estates stated:

“Taking its design inspiration from the Fen Edge location, it will be of the highest quality and energy efficiency, providing a mix of affordable homes in a sustainable new community that is well connected via public transport and cycle infrastructure to employment areas in central and north eastern Cambridge.”

Local architects in Chester, Greater Cambridgeshire and other parts of the UK can sometimes assist property developers and homeowners with their planning applications. Using their expert knowledge of what can be a complex process, along with their understanding of requirements, they can sometimes fast-track proposals and help them receive a green light. Professional architects can also act as agents, answering objections and adapting plans quickly, increasing the speed of applications.

If approved, Waterbeach New Town East would be situated north of the village already in place. Along with the new homes, many local amenities will also be built to serve the needs of the newly established community. These include educational facilities, such as a centre for sixth formers, a secondary school and two dedicated primary schools. A retail space will also be created, along with multiple community facilities, parks and other outdoor public spaces.

Posted by Mark
February 1, 2021

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