November 15, 2022
A reserved matters planning application for 40 EPC A-rated new homes in the Oxfordshire village of Adderbury has been approved.
Hayfield secured planning approval from Cherwell District Council for the 10-acre site off Berry Hill Road.
The £20m development is set to deliver a range of one, two, three, four and five-bedroom homes in a variety of designs, and will include 14 affordable properties.
Hayfield Manor, as it will be called, is Hayfield’s fourth in the county following successful schemes in Great Bourton, Southmoor and Stanton Harcourt.
Andy Morris, Managing Director of award-winning Hayfield, said: “We are delighted that planning permission has been granted and that we can now soon begin construction on a range of homes that will create housing choice as well as new amenity spaces.
“The design and layout has been carefully considered to create a new built environment for the 21st century, that will accord with the principles of high-quality design and good practice.”
All of the homes at Hayfield Manor will be fossil-fuel free and installed with PV panels, air source heat pumps, energy-efficient underfloor heating, fibre-optic broadband and an EV charging point.
The layout will be tenure blind with no discernible differences between private and affordable homes. Many will have designated parking, private drives and garages and a number of visitor parking spaces will also be available. Included will be several five-bedroom homes, some of which will have a home office over the double garage.
Construction work is due to start on Hayfield Manor before the end of the year, with the first homes available to buy in Spring 2023.