Tasley Garden Village

Leading housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has put forward plans to create a new garden village in the West Midlands – which rivals previously announced plans.

The firm – who’re speaking on our Planning; Unlock Growth Webinar – propose the following for ‘Tasley Garden Village’:

  • 1,050 new homes
  • 16-hectare business park
  • Primary school
  • Community centre
  • Country park
  • Scope for further growth once village is built

The Taylor Wimpey scheme would be an alternative to Stanmore Consortium’s garden village where they’re looking to build 850 homes and a 28-hectare business site on green belt land.

Zoe Curnow, Strategic Land and Planning Manager for Taylor Wimpey – West Midlands, said: “We are keen to engage with local residents, businesses and interested parties to get their feedback on our alternative option to accommodate Bridgnorth’s existing and future development needs.

“Tasley Garden Village presents the opportunity to deliver a landscape-led garden village, providing a mix of homes for local people, access to new employment opportunities, alongside new community uses and a new country park.

“The feedback we receive from local residents is invaluable and helps us develop and refine our emerging proposals through the Shropshire Local Plan Review process.”