A major development in Little Chalfont is edging closer after 71 acres of land was purchased by housing developers The Hill Group.
The group has outline planning for a new settlement, known as Little Chalfont Park, at the former golf course site and Homestead Farm between Lodge Lane and Burtons Lane.
The masterplan for the development includes up to 380 “new low-carbon private sale and affordable” homes, a single-form entry primary school, retirement village, care home, sports and play facilities, community centre, health surgery, and local convenience store, all set within “significant green open space”.
Andy Hill OBE, group chief executive of The Hill Group, said: “The acquisition of this stunning site in Little Chalfont represents a unique opportunity to do just that, creating a vibrant, multi-generational village extension with a comprehensive range of essential community services and amenities woven into the fabric of the local area.
“Little Chalfont already boasts a strong sense of community, and we’re committed to working closely with residents and other local stakeholders to ensure our development complements and enriches the existing landscape. We’re excited to embark on this journey with the Little Chalfont community, and we look forward to bringing this new development vision to life.”