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Green light for £75m High Wycombe scheme

22 Mar 17 Inland Homes has got planning permission for a £75m mixed-use development in High Wycombe.

The High Wycombe site
The High Wycombe site

Permission has been granted for construction of 239 apartments and 15,845 sq ft of commercial space at Inland Homes’ 3.5-acre Lily's Walk site in the centre of High Wycombe. The site was the former National Grid gasworks and Inland Homes will be undertaking extensive remediation and environmental works to bring the site to residential standard.

The developer has also secured resolutions to grant planning consent for a further 992 residential units on sites in Buckinghamshire and Hampshire, including the major development at Chapel Riverside in Southampton. Its land bank now has 2,340 plots with planning consent.

In Southampton, Inland Homes plans to develop 457 residential units and 64,000 sq ft of commercial space in a joint venture with Southampton City Council.  The £100m Itchen Riverside development is a waterside brownfield regeneration scheme.

In Aylesbury, Inland Homes plans to build 400 homes along with approximately 100,000 sq ft of commercial space and community amenities.

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In Farnborough, Inland Homes has re-planned the final phase of its Queensgate site from 46,000 sq ft of commercial space to 80 residential homes.

In Chesham, Inland Homes intends to build 55 residential units.

Land director Paul Brett said: "Altogether, these permissions represent a significant step forward for Inland Homes and mean that we now have a pipeline of 2,340 permitted plots. Securing these permissions is testament to our specialist expertise and the thorough work we undertake in bringing complex sites to a residential standard. Our understanding of the planning system and the strong relationships we have cultivated with local authorities in the region means we are ideally placed to further add to our development pipeline.”

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