We take our commitment to quality workmanship very seriously and we are very proud of the fact that Barratt site managers have won the most NHBC Awards across the industry for the 11th year in a row. Wherever possible we try to minimise the impact of our development work.
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17th October 2016. Broughton Lane is closed for approx 8 weeks, Monday - Friday between 9.30 and 4.30. This is for final surfacing.
Start 2nd March 2016 for approximately 30 weeks.
Commencement of S278 works on Oakfield Road East side where the New Stocklake Link Road ties into the existing carriageway. In the first instance we are proposing to form a pedestrian walkway along the east kerbline, following the first phase we shall be continuing with the rest of the S278 works improvement works to Oakfield Road/Stocklake Road junction.
February - The Stocklake Rural Road will have to be temporarily closed for six months. This will allow us to start infrastructure work on the first phase of the Stocklake Link Road to the west of Broughton Lane. The highway improvement works will also commence in February. These works will include junction improvements, widening of the existing highway, creation of the Stocklake Link Road junction and a pedestrian crossing to the west of Oakfield Road. During February we also expect to complete the first stage of the UK Power Network diversion works where we will be removing the majority of overhead cables and pylons west of the existing substation.
March – As well as the continuation of the first phase of infrastructure works, March will see the start of the first foundation works of new homes at Oakfield Village. Further highway improvement works will start on Oakfield Junction.
April – The superstructure works for homes above ground floor at Oakfield Village will begin in April. Infrastructure work will continue on the Stocklake Link Road, east of Broughton Lane.
May – Completion of Oakfield Road Junction Section and infrastructure works.
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.North Thames Southern Region
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...
The whole development is programmed to be completed within 15 years. Here are the key milestones regarding delivery of infrastructure and community facilities.