Hayfield acquires Buckinghamshire site for a £21m development

Hayfield acquires Buckinghamshire site for a £21m development

Hayfield has acquired a 6.75-acre site in the Buckinghamshire village of Little Kimble to deliver 40 eco-friendly luxury homes. The £21m project will feature Air Source Heat Pumps, energy-efficient underfloor heating, smart electric vehicle fast-charging points and ultra-fast broadband.

The site has been purchased from Rainier Developments Ltd with Outline Planning Consent in place. Hayfield has submitted a Reserved Matters Application to Buckinghamshire Council for a range of two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom executive houses of up to 2,672 sq ft. The development will also incorporate landscaped Public Open Space and a new village shop.

Andy Morris, Managing Director of Hayfield said: “We are thrilled to have acquired this rare development opportunity, and we look forward to working with the Officers and elected members of Buckinghamshire Council and Great and Little Kimble cum Marsh Parish Council on our Reserved Matters Application. 

“With this being our third development in Buckinghamshire, we are excited to build on our reputation for delivering luxury family homes by proposing the largest houses Hayfield has ever delivered. The plans for each two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom house will feature room dimensions that greatly exceed those typically seen in the new homes market. Our spacious designs and sympathetic architecture – which takes design cues from the plethora of traditional properties in the village – will be combined with an eco-friendly specification that far exceeds the Future Homes Standard. We are excited to showcase how sustainable living doesn’t need to compromise on luxury.”

Hayfield is currently on site delivering over 500 homes at seven developments across Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Buckinghamshire and Wiltshire. Despite the challenges brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, five-year-old Hayfield is on track to double turnover to in excess of £100m this year.

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