Additional information submitted to support the planning application
The Hampden Fields Consortium has now submitted a package of additional information, including a comprehensive response to all matters raised during the consultation on the planning application.
Additional highways modelling has also been undertaken, to assess the impact of Hampden Fields both in isolation and in conjunction with Aylesbury Woodlands and committed developments and transport infrastructure. More information is provided on the Transport Matters page.
Unlike many smaller housing developments promoted within the District, Hampden Fields will deliver a significant package of new infrastructure, including:
- A dual carriageway link road between the A41 Aston Clinton Road and A413 Wendover Road.
- A £44.0m contribution towards improved education provision including:
- Two new primary schools with places for 1,050 pupils and 134 early years’ children spaces
- Contributions towards the cost of land and a building for the new secondary school proposed to be built within the Kingsbrook development
- Further financial contribution towards additional Special Educational Needs provision within the District
- Land and building for a new Doctor’s surgery of sufficient size to provide outpatient facilities, for which an expression of interest has been received, alongside the opportunity for a new pharmacy and dental practice within the local centre
- 9 hectares of new employment space providing approximately 29,200 sqm of employment space which could create up to 1,200 new jobs
- Land for a new Park and Ride facility sufficient for 450+ parking spaces
- A new and vibrant local centre providing a multi-purpose community centre, nursery, care home and a range of shops and leisure uses
- Approximately 50% of the site (108.43 Ha) provided as open green space incorporating formal sports, play and recreation facilities
- A range of environmental and public realm improvements in Weston Turville and Bedgrove
- Strategic Flood Alleviation to reduce the risk of flooding to the town from Bear Brook