Wretchwick Green would be part of Bicester’s wider ‘Garden Town’ initiative. The developers are proposing that 450 of the 1500 homes would be classed as affordable. It also plans to build a new primary school and a district centre with shops and community facilities.
Redrow and Wates Developments have greatly appreciated the time that many people from all parts of the community have already given to discussing the application and providing their feedback, all of which has been carefully considered over the past few months.
A spokesperson for Redrow and Wates Developments said: “With the need for housing provision in the UK remaining acute, we are encouraged to be bringing forward Wretchwick Green as part of the broader ‘Garden Town’ initiative in Bicester. This has followed extensive engagement with the town and district council, local residents and the wider community which have significantly shaped our proposals. Should outline planning consent be granted, Redrow and Wates Developments will continue to seek community input into any future detailed plans.”