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 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
In November 2014, Barratt David Wilson submitted the first Reserved Matters Planning Application for Oakfield Village. The application was approved by AVDC in June 2015 and will see 492 new homes built. It is expected that construction on this initial phase will begin in January 2016 with commencement of the housing infrastructure works.
Application number 14/03486/ADP
The application 14/03487/ADP relating to landscaping, layout and scale for the road infrastructure to serve Oakfield Village has also been approved. It is expected that construction on this initial phase will begin in January 2016 with commencement of the road infrastructure works.
The application for the community centre, day nursery and temporary health centre in Oakfield Village has been submitted to AVDC and is currently under consideration.
Application number 15/03462/APP
A Reserved Matters application for Orchard Green together with the first phase of the Eastern Link Road was submitted to AVDC in May 2015. Both applications were approved in December 2016.
The reference numbers are:
Reserved matters application for a bus link road between Oakfield Village and Orchard Green and the second primary school serviced site.
Application Number 16/01487/ADP
Revised parameter plans.
Application Number 16/01486/APP
To view all the applications please click here.
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
Kingsbrook is a new development of 2,450 new homes to the east of Aylesbury. It is made up of three distinct ‘villages’ or neighbourhoods, each having its own identity. The three villages are Oakfield Village, Orchard Green and Canal Quarter.
The whole development is programmed to be completed within 15 years. Here are the key milestones regarding delivery of infrastructure and community facilities.