Shurdington | Leckhampton Lane

We’d like to tell you about our proposals for 25 new homes and associated infrastructure on land north of Leckhampton Lane in Shurdington.



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We’d like to tell you about our proposals for 25 new homes and associated infrastructure on land north of Leckhampton Lane in Shurdington.

The emerging Tewkesbury Borough plan proposes several new housing allocations to help meet the housing needs of the Borough, and the land to the north of Leckhampton Lane has been included as a proposed allocation. The site is owned by us, and we are in the process of preparing a detailed planning application.

The main objective of this proposal is to create a distinguishable, high quality and landscape-led development - providing 25 new energy efficient homes, 10 of which will be affordable. The development will be sensitively integrated into the village. The proposals will demonstrate strong urban design and placemaking principles, delivering homes that people will want to live in as well as creating spaces for informal recreation with safe and liveable streets. Homes will be well connected to encourage walking and cycling, promoting a healthy way of life.

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What happens next?

We are keen to understand your views about the proposal and we appreciate any comments received. We will review and consider all comments received carefully to ensure that the proposal responds to the needs of the community as best it can.


Our Objectives For
Leckhampton Lane

The main objective of this proposal is to create a distinguishable, high quality and landscape-led development - providing new homes, sensitively integrated into the community in a sustainable location.

Homes will be well connected to encourage walking and cycling, promoting a healthy way of life. Additionally, as an infill development, it is important to create a neighbourhood with a locally distinctive character that blends seamlessly both into the existing built form and the open countryside.

This is achieved by integrating existing uses and landscape structures, respecting built heritage and topography, and celebrating local features.