Reserved Matters approval has been granted for 30 dwellings on Phase 4A of the Milton Keynes Tattenhoe Park for a regional housebuilder.

Outline Planning Permission was granted for 1310 dwellings with associated infrastructure and community facilities in 2007 and again in 2017 at Tattenhoe Park on the western edge of Milton Keynes.

Phased development is being carried out in accordance with the requirements of the approved Tattenhoe Park Design Code Addendum which informs the design, layout and appearance of development proposals for this area.

Phase 4A comprises 30 dwellings, in two blocks of flats and fourteen houses. Nine units of this provision (30%) is proposed to be affordable.

The site contains a large Oak Tree which is protected by a TPO. This has had an impact on the design of the layout to accommodate its root protection area.

The Council concluded that the proposed layout of the site responded well to the surrounding ongoing built development associated with the Tattenhoe Park development site. The proposed dwellings and flats provide street frontage along the primary access routes, and integrate well into the existing built environment. In addition, the site provides soft landscaping and tree belts along all boundaries of the application site, providing well-landscaped boundary treatments and is reflective of the wider local area.

The project team included BE1 Architects for the design, Broughton Beatty Wearring for Highways and Drainage matters, James Blake Associates for Landscape Design and RGS Arboricultural Consultants for Tree Protection.

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