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Wildlife Takes Centre Stage During a Visit by Housing Minister Alok Sharma MP

The minister was invited to tour the Kingsbrook village in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire today where developer Barratt and David Wilson Homes have partnered with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds to incorporate nature friendly features in the site design, including hedgehog highways and bat and swift boxes. With developers across the country drawing up plans for thousands of new homes to ease the housing shortage, the RSPB, Aylesbury Vale District Council and Barratt and David Wilson Homes have partnered to...

Pioneering Wildlife Friendly Development Wins Award for Best Partnership

An Aylesbury development from leading homebuilder Barratt and David Wilson Homes North Thames in partnership with the RSPB has recently won an award at the prestigious WhatHouse? awards. Scooping Silver for ‘Best Partnership Scheme’ in the WhatHouse? Awards, Oakfield Village, the first phase of the wildlife-friendly Kingsbrook development, is full of features designed to attract wildlife, giving nature a home alongside new residents of the development. The Best Partnership Scheme award is designed to highlight excellent partnerships forged between developers and other...

New Aylesbury Road Names in Honour of Lynda Bellingham

Barratt and David Wilson Homes has honoured the late actress Lynda Bellingham, by unveiling signs for a new road named after the star. The road, which is part of the Kingsbrook development, was named ‘Bellingham Way’ in memory of Lynda, who grew up in Aston Abbots near Aylesbury and attended Aylesbury High School. The first of the Bellingham Way road signs was officially unveiled by members of Lynda Bellingham’s family, local councillors and Ian Sadler, Managing Director at Barratt and David Wilson...

Homebuilder Welcomes New Residents onto Wildlife Friendly Development

Local homebuilder Barratt and David Wilson Homes North Thames has welcomed new residents of Kingsbrook to the development with a Welcome BBQ. Moving to a new area can be challenging and stressful, but one of the most difficult things to do can be to introduce yourself to the neighbours. Barratt and David Wilson Homes recently took the stress away by hosting a dedicated community event to welcome the new homebuyers to Kingsbrook, its development in Aylesbury. The new residents were treated to...

New Development in Aylesbury Achieves Built for Life Outstanding Award

Oakfield Village at Kingsbrook, the David Wilson Homes development in Aylesbury has been given a coveted quality mark for design quality, safety and community awarded to only a handful of other sites in the country. The development on Broughton Lane in Aylesbury features a prestigious collection of houses and achieved the Built for Life Outstanding Award, which recognises the potential of it flourishing as a popular new community, after receiving full marks in a new accreditation system. Built for Life is the...

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.