Welcome

Redrow Homes is developing the first few phases of the development, known as Great Wilsey Park, in Haverhill.

Overall the entire scheme when complete will deliver 2,500 new homes, two new primary schools, two local centres, landscaping and other infrastructure.

Redrow Homes, one of the UK’s most successful and acclaimed housebuilders, will be delivering approximately 900 homes and has started constructing initial key components on the site, such as construction areas and infrastructure. West Suffolk Council recently approved a planning application for the first 499 homes on the site and this website has been designed to update you on the construction proposals and allow you to ask any questions about the construction, or report anything that does not look quite right. To do this, please visit our contact page.

Planning Background

  • 2018Following the signing of the s106, Outline Planning Permission (DC/15/2151/OUT) was granted by St Edmundsbury Borough Council for the development of Great Wilsey Park View application
  • 2019Planning Application approved – Provision of temporary holding area for storage of materials and machinery associated with the construction of Great Wilsey Park, including the siting of a portacabin to accommodate welfare facilities. View applicationPlanning Application approved – Temporary construction access off Chalkstone way associated with wider work at Great Wilsey Park. View applicationNon-material amendment approved – Minor amendments to the Haverhill Road roundabout general arrangement including (i) relocation of the access to the service road for existing properties and removal of the right-hand turn lane (ii) provision of attenuation basins for surface water run-off to satisfy LLFA requirements (iii) relocation of the southern cycleway. View application
  • 2020Reserved Matters Planning Application approved for parcels A1, A2, and A8, for the development of 499 new homes has been approved by West Suffolk Council. View applicationSite wide infrastructure for phase 1 approved May 2020