Innsworth Lane Development

Taylor Wimpey is in the process of acquiring the land North of Innsworth Lane where outline planning permission was granted in December 2017 for a mixed use development including up to 1,300 homes.

Within the development, there are also plans for 8.31 hectares of land for employment generation comprising a neighbourhood centre of 4.23 hectares, office park of 1.31 hectares and business park of 2.77 hectares plus a primary school.

A public consultation event will be held on the 13th of December 2018 at the GL3 Community Hub between 14:00 – 20:00, this is for local people to share views and opinions.

Proposed development

The proposed development covers an area of approximately 100 hectares and comprises mainly enclosed fields.

The site is located 3.5 miles north of Gloucester and 6.5 miles west of Cheltenham. It is located on the northern edge of Innsworth and north of the A40. Existing residential properties are located south of the site on Innsworth Lane and Imjin Barracks to the east of the site on Frogfurlong Lane.

The northern site boundary follows Hatherley Brook with farmland lying beyond this to the north.

What’s Proposed

  • Up to 1,300 new homes
  •  Approximately 35% affordable housing
  • A mix of property types to suit first-time buyers, families and people looking to downsize
  • Large areas of public open space and on site children’s play areas
  • A total of five vehicle access points to the site from Innsworth Lane, Frogfurlong Lane and the A40

Community benefits

Following the Section 106 agreement, we will provide contributions towards the local community as part of the proposed development. A few examples of the contributions which will be made will be towards;

  • Educational facilities and libraries
  • Sports facilities
  • Public Open Space
  • Bus Services
  • Footway Enhancements
  • Travel Plan

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