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Starvehall Farm

New Barn Lane, Cheltenham

Taylor Wimpey

330 new homes

Nash Partnership LLP

The masterplan responds to the unique setting of the sloping site, optimising views for 380 dwellings. It creates attractive, safe routes through the site, connecting open spaces and local facilities.

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Opportunities & Constraints: Development Framework

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Opportunities & Constraints: Development Framework

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Ordinance Survey Map

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Ordinance Survey Map

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Site Area in red

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1. Connections

Masterplan

The plateau of flat open space in the north west of

the site must be retained as open space to maximize

the opportunity for pedestrian connection and views.

Dwellings and streets around it will be positioned on

the same level.

These elevated views will be reinforced with a raised

pavement along the Western edge of the link road.

The steep slopes to the East of the link road will

have stepping terraces down the slope to enable the

maximum number of dwellings to achieve oblique

views of the escarpment. The lowest part of the site adjacent to the existing stream will be used as an attenuation feature. The location of the open spaces

relates to the pedestrian routes, topography and

views. Green routes will be an integral part of the landscape

strategy, linking the public open spaces and the

pedestrian network.The masterplan has been designed to encourage

pedestrian and cycle movement through the site,

creating a series of linked open spaces with an

emphasis on the pedestrian over the car.

Development should reflect the desire lines outlined

by the masterplan, which link into existing routes

improving the connectivity for both new and existing

residents reducing dependency on the private car.

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1. Connections

Masterplan

The plateau of flat open space in the north west of

the site must be retained as open space to maximize

the opportunity for pedestrian connection and views.

Dwellings and streets around it will be positioned on

the same level.

These elevated views will be reinforced with a raised

pavement along the Western edge of the link road.

The steep slopes to the East of the link road will

have stepping terraces down the slope to enable the

maximum number of dwellings to achieve oblique

views of the escarpment. The lowest part of the site adjacent to the existing stream will be used as an attenuation feature. The location of the open spaces

relates to the pedestrian routes, topography and

views. Green routes will be an integral part of the landscape

strategy, linking the public open spaces and the

pedestrian network.The masterplan has been designed to encourage

pedestrian and cycle movement through the site,

creating a series of linked open spaces with an

emphasis on the pedestrian over the car.

Development should reflect the desire lines outlined

by the masterplan, which link into existing routes

improving the connectivity for both new and existing

residents reducing dependency on the private car.

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Junctions and New Road

The plateau of flat open space in the north west of

the site must be retained as open space to maximize

the opportunity for pedestrian connection and views.

Dwellings and streets around it will be positioned on

the same level.

These elevated views will be reinforced with a raised

pavement along the Western edge of the link road.

The steep slopes to the East of the link road will

have stepping terraces down the slope to enable the

maximum number of dwellings to achieve oblique

views of the escarpment. The lowest part of the site adjacent to the existing stream will be used as an attenuation feature. The location of the open spaces

relates to the pedestrian routes, topography and

views. Green routes will be an integral part of the landscape

strategy, linking the public open spaces and the

pedestrian network.The masterplan has been designed to encourage

pedestrian and cycle movement through the site,

creating a series of linked open spaces with an

emphasis on the pedestrian over the car.

Development should reflect the desire lines outlined

by the masterplan, which link into existing routes

improving the connectivity for both new and existing

residents reducing dependency on the private car.

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into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Junctions and New Road

The plateau of flat open space in the north west of

the site must be retained as open space to maximize

the opportunity for pedestrian connection and views.

Dwellings and streets around it will be positioned on

the same level.

These elevated views will be reinforced with a raised

pavement along the Western edge of the link road.

The steep slopes to the East of the link road will

have stepping terraces down the slope to enable the

maximum number of dwellings to achieve oblique

views of the escarpment. The lowest part of the site adjacent to the existing stream will be used as an attenuation feature. The location of the open spaces

relates to the pedestrian routes, topography and

views. Green routes will be an integral part of the landscape

strategy, linking the public open spaces and the

pedestrian network.The masterplan has been designed to encourage

pedestrian and cycle movement through the site,

creating a series of linked open spaces with an

emphasis on the pedestrian over the car.

Development should reflect the desire lines outlined

by the masterplan, which link into existing routes

improving the connectivity for both new and existing

residents reducing dependency on the private car.

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Aerial view

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Aerial view

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Aerial perspective drawing

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Aerial perspective drawing

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1. Connections

The Lanes: Landscaping along the lanes soften the entrance to the residential streets and slow traffic by creating division in shared surface.

The entrance to The Park from the plateau in the north sets an important tone for the development. Views back up from the lowest should directed through a cluster of trees towards the entrance to The Green.

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The Lanes: Landscaping along the lanes soften the entrance to the residential streets and slow traffic by creating division in shared surface.

The entrance to The Park from the plateau in the north sets an important tone for the development. Views back up from the lowest should directed through a cluster of trees towards the entrance to The Green.

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The Square: Defining the entrance to the formal parking square these trees provide visual triggers to the routes through the development and connect into habitat routes

The entrance to The Park from the plateau in the north sets an important tone for the development. Views back up from the lowest should directed through a cluster of trees towards the entrance to The Green.

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The Square: Defining the entrance to the formal parking square these trees provide visual triggers to the routes through the development and connect into habitat routes

The entrance to The Park from the plateau in the north sets an important tone for the development. Views back up from the lowest should directed through a cluster of trees towards the entrance to The Green.

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The Park: The entrance to The Park from the plateau in the north sets an important tone for the development. Views back up from the lowest should directed through a cluster of trees towards the entrance to The Green.

The entrance to The Park from the plateau in the north sets an important tone for the development. Views back up from the lowest should directed through a cluster of trees towards the entrance to The Green.

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The Park: The entrance to The Park from the plateau in the north sets an important tone for the development. Views back up from the lowest should directed through a cluster of trees towards the entrance to The Green.

The entrance to The Park from the plateau in the north sets an important tone for the development. Views back up from the lowest should directed through a cluster of trees towards the entrance to The Green.

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Front garden boundaries will be composed of one of the following combinations (right)

The entrance to The Park from the plateau in the north sets an important tone for the development. Views back up from the lowest should directed through a cluster of trees towards the entrance to The Green.

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Front garden boundaries will be composed of one of the following combinations (right)

The entrance to The Park from the plateau in the north sets an important tone for the development. Views back up from the lowest should directed through a cluster of trees towards the entrance to The Green.

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2. Facilities and services

Local Facilities Plan

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Local Facilities Plan

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Distance Isochrone

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Distance Isochrone

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Open space nearby

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Open space nearby

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The site is located on North East boundary of Cheltenham close to the racecourse and within walking distance to the popular and attractive local village of Prestbury.

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2. Facilities and services

The site is located on North East boundary of Cheltenham close to the racecourse and within walking distance to the popular and attractive local village of Prestbury.

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2. Facilities and services

Pedestrian routes - The principle of providing pedestrian and dog walking routes along desire lines and through green space is fixed.

The principle of providing pedestrian and dog walking routes along desire lines and through green space is fixed.

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Pedestrian routes - The principle of providing pedestrian and dog walking routes along desire lines and through green space is fixed.

The principle of providing pedestrian and dog walking routes along desire lines and through green space is fixed.

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Bus routes - Parameter plan showing existing (and potential future) bus routes

The principle of providing pedestrian and dog walking routes along desire lines and through green space is fixed.

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Bus routes - Parameter plan showing existing (and potential future) bus routes

The principle of providing pedestrian and dog walking routes along desire lines and through green space is fixed.

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Town centre

The principle of providing pedestrian and dog walking routes along desire lines and through green space is fixed.

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Town centre

The principle of providing pedestrian and dog walking routes along desire lines and through green space is fixed.

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Pubs and shops in town

The principle of providing pedestrian and dog walking routes along desire lines and through green space is fixed.

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Pubs and shops in town

The principle of providing pedestrian and dog walking routes along desire lines and through green space is fixed.

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Bus routes - Parameter plan showing existing (and potential future) bus routes

Bus routes - Parameter plan showing existing (and potential future) bus routes and stops

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Bus routes - Parameter plan showing existing (and potential future) bus routes

Bus routes - Parameter plan showing existing (and potential future) bus routes and stops

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Bus routes - further out

Bus routes - Parameter plan showing existing (and potential future) bus routes and stops

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2. Facilities and services

Bus routes - further out

Bus routes - Parameter plan showing existing (and potential future) bus routes and stops

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3. Public transport

The roles of trees within the landscape structure serve various functions, which need to be considered at each stage of development. Trees within streets provide character to an area forming part of the green routes throughout the site. These routes

The roles of trees within the landscape structure serve various functions, which need to be considered at each stage of development. Trees within streets provide character to an area forming part of the green routes throughout the site. These routes

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The roles of trees within the landscape structure serve various functions, which need to be considered at each stage of development. Trees within streets provide character to an area forming part of the green routes throughout the site. These routes

The roles of trees within the landscape structure serve various functions, which need to be considered at each stage of development. Trees within streets provide character to an area forming part of the green routes throughout the site. These routes

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Accessibility to public transport

Accessibility to public transport (walkability throughout site)

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Accessibility to public transport

Accessibility to public transport (walkability throughout site)

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3. Public transport

All trees planted will be positioned with consideration to their role as part of the network of green routes, across the site, as shown on the Tree hierarchy parameter plan.

Accessibility to public transport (walkability throughout site)

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3. Public transport

All trees planted will be positioned with consideration to their role as part of the network of green routes, across the site, as shown on the Tree hierarchy parameter plan.

Accessibility to public transport (walkability throughout site)

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Affordable housing across from market housing

Affordable housing will be provided across the site, pepperpotted and tenure blind in accordance with the character and design of each area. A minimum of 40 per cent affordable housing will be provided.

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Affordable housing across from market housing

Affordable housing will be provided across the site, pepperpotted and tenure blind in accordance with the character and design of each area. A minimum of 40 per cent affordable housing will be provided.

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Affordable housing will be provided across the site, pepperpotted and tenure blind in accordance with the character and design of each area. A minimum of 40 per cent affordable housing will be provided.

Affordable housing will be provided across the site, pepperpotted and tenure blind in accordance with the character and design of each area. A minimum of 40 per cent affordable housing will be provided.

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Affordable housing will be provided across the site, pepperpotted and tenure blind in accordance with the character and design of each area. A minimum of 40 per cent affordable housing will be provided.

Affordable housing will be provided across the site, pepperpotted and tenure blind in accordance with the character and design of each area. A minimum of 40 per cent affordable housing will be provided.

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Affordable housing across from market housing

Affordable housing will be provided across the site, pepperpotted and tenure blind in accordance with the character and design of each area. A minimum of 40 per cent affordable housing will be provided.

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Affordable housing across from market housing

Affordable housing will be provided across the site, pepperpotted and tenure blind in accordance with the character and design of each area. A minimum of 40 per cent affordable housing will be provided.

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Affordable housing will be provided across the site, pepperpotted and tenure blind in accordance with the character and design of each area. A minimum of 40 per cent affordable housing will be provided.

Affordable housing will be provided across the site, pepperpotted and tenure blind in accordance with the character and design of each area. A minimum of 40 per cent affordable housing will be provided.

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Affordable housing will be provided across the site, pepperpotted and tenure blind in accordance with the character and design of each area. A minimum of 40 per cent affordable housing will be provided.

Affordable housing will be provided across the site, pepperpotted and tenure blind in accordance with the character and design of each area. A minimum of 40 per cent affordable housing will be provided.

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5. Character

Character areas plan

Character areas plan: The Lanes, The Park, Prestbury Park, The Green, and Extra Care Homes

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5. Character

Character areas plan

Character areas plan: The Lanes, The Park, Prestbury Park, The Green, and Extra Care Homes

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5. Character

Character areas plan

Character areas plan: The Lanes, The Park, Prestbury Park, The Green, and Extra Care Homes

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5. Character

Character areas plan

Character areas plan: The Lanes, The Park, Prestbury Park, The Green, and Extra Care Homes

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5. Character

Type 2 units are a flexible house type devised to be used as either single, link- detached, semis or in terraces of no more than eight unit

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5. Character

Type 2 units are a flexible house type devised to be used as either single, link- detached, semis or in terraces of no more than eight unit

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Local inspiration

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Local inspiration

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Local inspiration

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Local inspiration

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Materials, ground

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Materials, ground

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The Park: The larger scale setting of the apartment blocks should be set within a soft landscape surrounded by hedgerow to delineate the public realm and private space of the apartments.

The larger scale setting of the apartment blocks should be set within a soft landscape surrounded by hedgerow to delineate the public realm and private space of the apartments.

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The Park: The larger scale setting of the apartment blocks should be set within a soft landscape surrounded by hedgerow to delineate the public realm and private space of the apartments.

The larger scale setting of the apartment blocks should be set within a soft landscape surrounded by hedgerow to delineate the public realm and private space of the apartments.

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Soft Landscaping Proposals

The larger scale setting of the apartment blocks should be set within a soft landscape surrounded by hedgerow to delineate the public realm and private space of the apartments.

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Soft Landscaping Proposals

The larger scale setting of the apartment blocks should be set within a soft landscape surrounded by hedgerow to delineate the public realm and private space of the apartments.

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Soft landscaping continued - views of countryside inspired design

The larger scale setting of the apartment blocks should be set within a soft landscape surrounded by hedgerow to delineate the public realm and private space of the apartments.

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Soft landscaping continued - views of countryside inspired design

The larger scale setting of the apartment blocks should be set within a soft landscape surrounded by hedgerow to delineate the public realm and private space of the apartments.

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The swale landscaping

The larger scale setting of the apartment blocks should be set within a soft landscape surrounded by hedgerow to delineate the public realm and private space of the apartments.

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The swale landscaping

The larger scale setting of the apartment blocks should be set within a soft landscape surrounded by hedgerow to delineate the public realm and private space of the apartments.

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5. Character

Three specific surface treatments are fixed as part of the street hierarchy and will be used accordingly. These are: (1) Type A - a hard wearing road surface to be used ONLY on the Link Road. (2) Type B - a secondary hard wearing road surface suitable

Three specific surface treatments are fixed as part of the street hierarchy and will be used accordingly. These are: (1) Type A - a hard wearing road surface to be used ONLY on the Link Road. (2) Type B - a secondary hard wearing road surface suitable

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Three specific surface treatments are fixed as part of the street hierarchy and will be used accordingly. These are: (1) Type A - a hard wearing road surface to be used ONLY on the Link Road. (2) Type B - a secondary hard wearing road surface suitable

Three specific surface treatments are fixed as part of the street hierarchy and will be used accordingly. These are: (1) Type A - a hard wearing road surface to be used ONLY on the Link Road. (2) Type B - a secondary hard wearing road surface suitable

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The Green, hard landscape

Three specific surface treatments are fixed as part of the street hierarchy and will be used accordingly. These are: (1) Type A - a hard wearing road surface to be used ONLY on the Link Road. (2) Type B - a secondary hard wearing road surface suitable

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The Green, hard landscape

Three specific surface treatments are fixed as part of the street hierarchy and will be used accordingly. These are: (1) Type A - a hard wearing road surface to be used ONLY on the Link Road. (2) Type B - a secondary hard wearing road surface suitable

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The Park, hard landscape

Three specific surface treatments are fixed as part of the street hierarchy and will be used accordingly. These are: (1) Type A - a hard wearing road surface to be used ONLY on the Link Road. (2) Type B - a secondary hard wearing road surface suitable

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The Park, hard landscape

Three specific surface treatments are fixed as part of the street hierarchy and will be used accordingly. These are: (1) Type A - a hard wearing road surface to be used ONLY on the Link Road. (2) Type B - a secondary hard wearing road surface suitable

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The Common, hard landscape

Three specific surface treatments are fixed as part of the street hierarchy and will be used accordingly. These are: (1) Type A - a hard wearing road surface to be used ONLY on the Link Road. (2) Type B - a secondary hard wearing road surface suitable

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The Common, hard landscape

Three specific surface treatments are fixed as part of the street hierarchy and will be used accordingly. These are: (1) Type A - a hard wearing road surface to be used ONLY on the Link Road. (2) Type B - a secondary hard wearing road surface suitable

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6. Working with the site and context

Prominent views

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6. Working with the site and context

Prominent views

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6. Working with the site and context

The masterplan has set out to develop a site with a high quality landscape setting to build on and display the qualities of its views and urban fringe character. The position of open spaces, streets and alignment of rear gardens have been carefully c

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6. Working with the site and context

The masterplan has set out to develop a site with a high quality landscape setting to build on and display the qualities of its views and urban fringe character. The position of open spaces, streets and alignment of rear gardens have been carefully c

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Prominent views

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6. Working with the site and context

Prominent views

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6. Working with the site and context

The masterplan has set out to develop a site with a high quality landscape setting to build on and display the qualities of its views and urban fringe character. The position of open spaces, streets and alignment of rear gardens have been carefully c

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6. Working with the site and context

The masterplan has set out to develop a site with a high quality landscape setting to build on and display the qualities of its views and urban fringe character. The position of open spaces, streets and alignment of rear gardens have been carefully c

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6. Working with the site and context

The existing Starvehall farm cottage and barn will be retained subject to a building survey The cottage and barn will be treated as single unit, with the potential for live/work accommodation. A Reserved Matters application will decide what sort of spa

The existing Starvehall farm cottage and barn will be retained subject to a building survey The cottage and barn will be treated as single unit, with the potential for live/work accommodation. A Reserved Matters application will decide the details

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6. Working with the site and context

The existing Starvehall farm cottage and barn will be retained subject to a building survey The cottage and barn will be treated as single unit, with the potential for live/work accommodation. A Reserved Matters application will decide what sort of spa

The existing Starvehall farm cottage and barn will be retained subject to a building survey The cottage and barn will be treated as single unit, with the potential for live/work accommodation. A Reserved Matters application will decide the details

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6. Working with the site and context

The existing Starvehall farm cottage and barn will be retained subject to a building survey The cottage and barn will be treated as single unit, with the potential for live/work accommodation. A Reserved Matters application will decide what sort of spa

The existing Starvehall farm cottage and barn will be retained subject to a building survey The cottage and barn will be treated as single unit, with the potential for live/work accommodation. A Reserved Matters application will decide the details

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6. Working with the site and context

The existing Starvehall farm cottage and barn will be retained subject to a building survey The cottage and barn will be treated as single unit, with the potential for live/work accommodation. A Reserved Matters application will decide what sort of spa

The existing Starvehall farm cottage and barn will be retained subject to a building survey The cottage and barn will be treated as single unit, with the potential for live/work accommodation. A Reserved Matters application will decide the details

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6. Working with the site and context

Previous use for grazing

N/A

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Previous use for grazing

N/A

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Existing trees retained

N/A

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Existing trees retained

N/A

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Exisiting vegetation kept

N/A

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Exisiting vegetation kept

N/A

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Relation to Link road

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Relation to Link road

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Home arrangement - link road

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Home arrangement - link road

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Relation to Link road

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Relation to Link road

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Home arrangement - link road

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Home arrangement - link road

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

1) Primary Street elevations

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1) Primary Street elevations

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2) Secondary

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2) Secondary

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3) Tertiary

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

3) Tertiary

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

4) Lanes

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

4) Lanes

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8. Easy to find your way around

Feature Buildings Entrances

There are key buildings of higher elevation at both entrances, as well as the care homes to the south east and the square courtyard to the northwest.

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8. Easy to find your way around

Feature Buildings Entrances

There are key buildings of higher elevation at both entrances, as well as the care homes to the south east and the square courtyard to the northwest.

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8. Easy to find your way around

Landmark building views

There are key buildings of higher elevation at both entrances, as well as the care homes to the south east and the square courtyard to the northwest.

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Landmark building views

There are key buildings of higher elevation at both entrances, as well as the care homes to the south east and the square courtyard to the northwest.

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Courtyard feature

There are key buildings of higher elevation at both entrances, as well as the care homes to the south east and the square courtyard to the northwest.

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Courtyard feature

There are key buildings of higher elevation at both entrances, as well as the care homes to the south east and the square courtyard to the northwest.

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8. Easy to find your way around

The layout of dwelling types within the scheme must respond to the topography and character of the site, framing views and connecting spaces

There are key buildings of higher elevation at both entrances, as well as the care homes to the south east and the square courtyard to the northwest.

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8. Easy to find your way around

The layout of dwelling types within the scheme must respond to the topography and character of the site, framing views and connecting spaces

There are key buildings of higher elevation at both entrances, as well as the care homes to the south east and the square courtyard to the northwest.

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8. Easy to find your way around

In response to the topography and setting of the site the masterplan is divided into seven distinct character areas. The character areas have been designed to draw out the particular qualities of their part of the site while retaining a clear legibili

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8. Easy to find your way around

In response to the topography and setting of the site the masterplan is divided into seven distinct character areas. The character areas have been designed to draw out the particular qualities of their part of the site while retaining a clear legibili

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8. Easy to find your way around

Character areas

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Character areas

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8. Easy to find your way around

Labelled features

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8. Easy to find your way around

Labelled features

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9. Streets for all

Walls and turns to increase enclosure and slow speeds

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Walls and turns to increase enclosure and slow speeds

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9. Streets for all

Landscaping as a vertical device to slow speeds at the main junctions of the development

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9. Streets for all

Landscaping as a vertical device to slow speeds at the main junctions of the development

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9. Streets for all

The treatment of the public realm will adhere to the following criteria set out within this principle. This will cover the following aspects of boundary treatment and street furniture: bollards - clean lines and discreet railings - simple and elegant

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9. Streets for all

The treatment of the public realm will adhere to the following criteria set out within this principle. This will cover the following aspects of boundary treatment and street furniture: bollards - clean lines and discreet railings - simple and elegant

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9. Streets for all

Type C - tertiary surface to encourage shared use of space by both vehicles and pedestrians, and slow pace of driving.

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9. Streets for all

Type C - tertiary surface to encourage shared use of space by both vehicles and pedestrians, and slow pace of driving.

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9. Streets for all

Low Kerbs

Different paving for different level traffic, low kerbs, and shared spaces

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9. Streets for all

Low Kerbs

Different paving for different level traffic, low kerbs, and shared spaces

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9. Streets for all

Different paving for different level traffic

Different paving for different level traffic, low kerbs, and shared spaces

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9. Streets for all

Different paving for different level traffic

Different paving for different level traffic, low kerbs, and shared spaces

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9. Streets for all

Shared space

Different paving for different level traffic, low kerbs, and shared spaces

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9. Streets for all

Shared space

Different paving for different level traffic, low kerbs, and shared spaces

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9. Streets for all

Shared space

Different paving for different level traffic, low kerbs, and shared spaces

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9. Streets for all

Shared space

Different paving for different level traffic, low kerbs, and shared spaces

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9. Streets for all

All dwellings along the route must incorporate prominent windows in facade facing the ditch.

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9. Streets for all

All dwellings along the route must incorporate prominent windows in facade facing the ditch.

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9. Streets for all

Two storey high bay window

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9. Streets for all

Two storey high bay window

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9. Streets for all

Overlooking fenestration

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9. Streets for all

Overlooking fenestration

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9. Streets for all

Overlooking fenestration

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9. Streets for all

Overlooking fenestration

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9. Streets for all

Parking typologies plan

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9. Streets for all

Parking typologies plan

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9. Streets for all

Discreet parking proposals

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9. Streets for all

Discreet parking proposals

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9. Streets for all

Local examples

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9. Streets for all

Local examples

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10. Car parking

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10. Car parking

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10. Car parking

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10. Car parking

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10. Car parking

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10. Car parking

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10. Car parking

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10. Car parking

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11. Public and private spaces

The quality of public open space within the site will have a significant impact on the overall quality of the development. Providing inclu

All the POS will be put forward for adoption by the Council. As “guardians of the public realm”

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11. Public and private spaces

The quality of public open space within the site will have a significant impact on the overall quality of the development. Providing inclu

All the POS will be put forward for adoption by the Council. As “guardians of the public realm”

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11. Public and private spaces

The Green

All the POS will be put forward for adoption by the Council. As “guardians of the public realm”

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11. Public and private spaces

The Green

All the POS will be put forward for adoption by the Council. As “guardians of the public realm”

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11. Public and private spaces

The Park

All the POS will be put forward for adoption by the Council. As “guardians of the public realm”

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11. Public and private spaces

The Park

All the POS will be put forward for adoption by the Council. As “guardians of the public realm”

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11. Public and private spaces

The Swale

All the POS will be put forward for adoption by the Council. As “guardians of the public realm”

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11. Public and private spaces

The Swale

All the POS will be put forward for adoption by the Council. As “guardians of the public realm”

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11. Public and private spaces

The Common

All the POS will be put forward for adoption by the Council. As “guardians of the public realm”

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11. Public and private spaces

The Common

All the POS will be put forward for adoption by the Council. As “guardians of the public realm”

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11. Public and private spaces

The Allotments

All the POS will be put forward for adoption by the Council. As “guardians of the public realm”

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11. Public and private spaces

The Allotments

All the POS will be put forward for adoption by the Council. As “guardians of the public realm”

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11. Public and private spaces

Trees along green routes All trees planted will be positioned with consideration to their role as part of the network of green routes, across the site, as shown on the Tree hierarchy parameter plan. These will also be considered with regards to their

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11. Public and private spaces

Trees along green routes All trees planted will be positioned with consideration to their role as part of the network of green routes, across the site, as shown on the Tree hierarchy parameter plan. These will also be considered with regards to their

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11. Public and private spaces

Trees between parking spaces A minimum of 1 tree will be planted every three parking spaces within on-street parking. Within parking courtyards 1 tree will be planted every three parking spaces with a native tree differing from the street trees used

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11. Public and private spaces

Trees between parking spaces A minimum of 1 tree will be planted every three parking spaces within on-street parking. Within parking courtyards 1 tree will be planted every three parking spaces with a native tree differing from the street trees used

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11. Public and private spaces

Trees within rear gardens Within rear gardens forming a boundary with a public route or open space a semi-mature tree will be located, unless another prominent tree is located within 10m. In addition to the above, within a terrace of houses a minimum o

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Trees within rear gardens Within rear gardens forming a boundary with a public route or open space a semi-mature tree will be located, unless another prominent tree is located within 10m. In addition to the above, within a terrace of houses a minimum o

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11. Public and private spaces

Boundary Map

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11. Public and private spaces

Boundary Map

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11. Public and private spaces

Boundaries

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11. Public and private spaces

Boundaries

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11. Public and private spaces

The Square courtyard

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11. Public and private spaces

The Square courtyard

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12. External storage and amenity space

Provision is required for both bins and cycles for each dwelling. In order to support the objectives of the masterplan as a whole and provide a comprehensive approach that is discreet and sympathetic to the nature of the character areas and dwelling

Provision is required for both bins and cycles for each dwelling. In order to support the objectives of the masterplan as a whole and provide a comprehensive approach that is discreet and sympathetic to the nature of the character areas and dwelling

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12. External storage and amenity space

Provision is required for both bins and cycles for each dwelling. In order to support the objectives of the masterplan as a whole and provide a comprehensive approach that is discreet and sympathetic to the nature of the character areas and dwelling

Provision is required for both bins and cycles for each dwelling. In order to support the objectives of the masterplan as a whole and provide a comprehensive approach that is discreet and sympathetic to the nature of the character areas and dwelling

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12. External storage and amenity space

Storage for INTERNAL waste per dwelling will conform to these minimum standards: Either: Three storage bins for recyclable waste with a minimum capacity of 30 litres, with no individual bin smaller than 7 litres capacity. Or: Where the Local Authority

Provision is required for both bins and cycles for each dwelling. In order to support the objectives of the masterplan as a whole and provide a comprehensive approach that is discreet and sympathetic to the nature of the character areas and dwelling

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12. External storage and amenity space

Storage for INTERNAL waste per dwelling will conform to these minimum standards: Either: Three storage bins for recyclable waste with a minimum capacity of 30 litres, with no individual bin smaller than 7 litres capacity. Or: Where the Local Authority

Provision is required for both bins and cycles for each dwelling. In order to support the objectives of the masterplan as a whole and provide a comprehensive approach that is discreet and sympathetic to the nature of the character areas and dwelling

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12. External storage and amenity space

Shared surfaces have room for the reversal of a refuse truck.

Provision is required for both bins and cycles for each dwelling. In order to support the objectives of the masterplan as a whole and provide a comprehensive approach that is discreet and sympathetic to the nature of the character areas and dwelling

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12. External storage and amenity space

Shared surfaces have room for the reversal of a refuse truck.

Provision is required for both bins and cycles for each dwelling. In order to support the objectives of the masterplan as a whole and provide a comprehensive approach that is discreet and sympathetic to the nature of the character areas and dwelling

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12. External storage and amenity space

Storage for cycles will be located in the rear garden, with access available through the garage or separate entrance, unless: • No rear access is available, with an appropriate enclosure located in the front garden or garage • Communal, enclosed, sec

Storage for cycles will be located in the rear garden, with access available through the garage or separate entrance, unless: • No rear access is available, with an appropriate enclosure located in the front garden or garage • Communal, enclosed, sectioned

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12. External storage and amenity space

Storage for cycles will be located in the rear garden, with access available through the garage or separate entrance, unless: • No rear access is available, with an appropriate enclosure located in the front garden or garage • Communal, enclosed, sec

Storage for cycles will be located in the rear garden, with access available through the garage or separate entrance, unless: • No rear access is available, with an appropriate enclosure located in the front garden or garage • Communal, enclosed, sectioned

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