Wates Developments has proposed up to 320 homes on land, south of the A308, on the edge of Windsor.
An outline planning application to the Royal Borough for the scheme, which was planned by Boyer and designed by Omega Architects, is earmarked for a 15.7-hectare site which forms the southern parcel of allocated land known as AL2. It can accommodate 450 homes in total.
The Wates scheme includes land for a 150-place special educational needs school, a multi-functional community building and extensive open space. Forty per cent of the homes will be affordable.
At present, the site includes occasionally-used pasture land, dog kennels, two existing homes and part of the site of a former garden centre, the rest of which is being developed by Aldi.
As well as Boyer and Omega Architects, the team on the project also includes i-Transport as travel planning consultant, Turley as heritage consultant and BlueSky Unlimited on sustainability.
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