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Kingsbrook is an exciting new community of 2,450 homes to the east of Aylesbury by Barratt David Wilson Homes. It will see new schools, community centres, sport facilities and parks developed alongside the new homes.

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Kingsbrook is comprised of three villages, Oakfield Village, Orchard Green and Canal Quarter. 

Please use this website to keep abreast of the plans, our work with local communities and the RSPB, and if you are already a local resident you will find important notices about building works that may be relevant to you.

RPSB - Giving Nature A Home

The RSPB is working with Barratt Developments and Aylesbury Vale District Council to explore ways to help nature as Kingsbrook is built. We know nature makes people healthier and happier, so we hope Kingsbrook’s nature-friendly approach will create a good community in which to live.

Milestones

The whole development is programmed to be completed within 15 years. Here are the key milestones regarding delivery of infrastructure and community facilities.

Outline Planning

Outline planning permission was granted by Aylesbury Vale District Council in December 2013 for 2,450 homes, 10ha employment land, a neighbourhood centre, two primary schools, construction of the Eastern Link Road (part) and the Stocklake Link Road (rural section), green infrastructure, associated community facilities and support infrastructure including an expanded electricity substation and flood defences.

Application number 10/02649/AOP

Latest Community Event

Barratt Helps Local Pupils Be Seen During International Walk to School Month

Pupils at Aylesbury schools have received high visibility vests by local housebuilder Barratt Homes. In support of International Walk to School Month, the developer donated the vests to two local schools which neighbour its forthcoming new Kingsbrook development to the east of Aylesbury. Both Broughton Junior School and Bierton Combined School received 60 brightly coloured vests to be used by the pupils to help keep them safe as the darker nights draw in. Clive Bell, Barratt Homes’ Project Director for Kingsbrook comments:...

Bierton Pupils Visit Kingsbrook to Learn About Local Finds

Before the end of term in July 2015, 80 pupils from Bierton Combined School completed their term’s work by visiting Barratt Homes Kingsbrook site, a local development which was granted detailed planning for the first phase of new homes last month. Barratt welcomed the pupils to the site to see for themselves how the developer is undertaking extensive archaeological investigation work before building work starts on the development of 2,450 new homes in January 2016. Together with Oxford Archaeology, the pupils...

Bierton Pupils Learn About Roman Times

Pupils from Bierton Combined School had a visit from Oxford Archaeology and Barratt Homes to add some colour to a project they have been studying about their local area. Barratt organised the visit as part of its community programme in order to teach the pupils about the excavation works at its nearby Kingsbrook development. The pupils, aged between 7 and 9 years old, were told all about a Roman Villa that used to once sit close to the site of...

Barratt David Wilson Homes Socio-Economic Footprint 2015

At Barratt David Wilson, we aim to build more than houses, we aim to build communities. The socio-economic footprint of BDW shows the range of benefits that a new development can bring to an area, in terms of jobs, increased economic activity, community facilities, affordable housing and wider infrastructure.

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View the latest planning applications

This page details the applications which have received planning consent and those which are still under consideration. Outline planning permission was granted by Aylesbury Vale District Council in December 2013...

See the project milestones

The whole development is programmed to be completed within 15 years. Here are the key milestones regarding delivery of infrastructure and community facilities.