Deanfield Homes achieve planning permission in Ducklington

November 8, 2017In News3 Minutes

Deanfield Homes has received detailed planning permission for its new site in Ducklington near Witney, Oxfordshire. The site, which is one mile south of Witney, will feature twelve homes for private sale and twelve affordable homes.

Peter Blades, Managing Director of Deanfield Homes comments, “We are delighted that we have received detailed planning permission for our site, Deanfield Meadow. The development will feature a variety of homes which will cater for the needs of the local community, including first time buyers and families.

“As part of the planning we will also be providing over £200,000 of works and financial contributions of part of the section 106 agreement. This includes the construction of a new footpath linking the village to the recreation ground and contributions towards education and other local community facilities.”

Deanfield Meadow, situated in the heart of the village of Ducklington, will be built to fit in with the local style of homes and will range from two bedroom semi–detached homes, through to four bedroom detached homes. They will also feature integrated appliances and a high quality specification and each home will either have a parking space or garage.

Lined with trees along its northwest edge, Deanfield Meadow has been planned so that each house has a sizeable garden as well as easy, straightforward access to Standlake Road. There is also a public open space within the development.

Ducklington is a leafy Oxfordshire village near the eastern edge of the Cotswolds, one of the most beautiful areas in Britain. Situated just a mile south of the market town of Witney, Ducklington combines the best of country living with proximity to Oxford and quick access to London.

The village of Ducklington offers all the possibilities of country life, with an idyllic local thatched-roof pub, a highly rated primary school, and an historic church. Many amenities are easily within walking distance, and Witney is only a short drive away.

For travel further afield, Ducklington has excellent links throughout Oxfordshire, with two major roads nearby. Eastwards, the A40 goes to Oxford and connects there with the M40, which will take you further east to London or northwest to Birmingham. Westwards, the A40 runs to Cheltenham and Gloucester.

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