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Hill Rise, Woodstock

Hill Rise, Woodstock

Proposed new community of homes

Hill Rise is an innovative new community development by Pye Homes on behalf of Blenheim Estate, on the edge of Woodstock which received planning permission in 2023. (Planning Appeal Ref. APP/D3125/W/23/3315391)

The description of development is:

“Full planning permission for 48 dwellings, 57 sqm of community space (Class E), a parking barn, means of access from the A44, associated infrastructure, open space, engineering and ancillary works; and outline planning permission for up to 132 dwellings, up to 57 sqm of community space (Class E), a parking barn, with associated infrastructure, open space, engineering and ancillary works.”

Together, Blenheim Estate and Pye Homes are preparing applications to discharge planning conditions related to the detailed phase of development for 48 homes. We are also preparing a Reserved Matters Application relating to the outline permission of up to 132 homes. These details will be submitted to the local authority for their approval in due course.

It is our intention to commence works on site from the beginning of 2024, subject to achieving the necessary consents. 

Please refer to this webpage for further updates.

Contact Information 
If you have any questions, please email us at hillrise@pyehomes.co.uk


Update: 26th February 2024

On behalf of Blenheim Estate Homes, Pye Homes has submitted a full planning application for a temporary haul road on Land east of Hill Rise, Woodstock. 

The temporary haul road will provide a route for construction traffic to access the site during the construction of the approved development at the Land east of Hill Rise, Woodstock, Phases 1 & 2, and is required for a period of five years, during which time, the permanent, primary S278 access will have been constructed (approved under planning reference 21/00189/FUL). 

The application will now be processed by West Oxfordshire District Council (WODC). Once the application has been validated by WODC, the documents will be available to view online and there will be an opportunity for local residents to comment.

In parallel, we will be seeking to discharge planning conditions associated with Phase 1 of the development to enable us to commence works onsite in the coming months. 

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