Plans for 41 new homes in the Buckinghamshire village of Long Crendon have been given the green light by Aylesbury Vale District Council. The development, by housebuilder Spitfire Bespoke Homes, will include a play area and informal open space, with land available for a potential new GP Surgery with community rooms and parking.

The development will be situated on what is currently rough grazing/pasture land located on the northern side of Chearsley Road. The land had previously been identified and promoted for residential development through the early stages of the production of the Council’s Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan, which carefully manages growth and development in the district.

The new homes, which will include a variety of detached, semi-detached and terraced houses ranging from two to five bedrooms, have been thoughtfully designed to complement their surroundings. The carefully considered architectural styles, materials and layout of the homes are informed by the surrounding built form, ensuring the development both reflects and contributes to the distinctive character of the village.

Richard Page, Sales & Marketing Director of Spitfire Bespoke Homes, comments: “We are delighted that our plans for the development of this site have been approved. The homes will occupy a fantastic position on the edge of Long Crendon, and have been sensitively designed to blend seamlessly with their surroundings while also forming their own unique character.”

Spitfire Bespoke Homes is an award-winning housebuilder, with a passion for creating select, unique developments tailored to their individual surroundings and location. A clear ambition to create homes of distinction in some of the UK’s most desirable locations is achieved with a bespoke approach to the housebuilding process. As a result, the Spitfire brand has become synonymous with high quality, beautifully designed homes, both among customers and property professionals. 

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