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Windsor and Maidenhead Council seeks development partner for 1,000-home plans

Windsor and Maidenhead Council is looking for a development partner to take forward four major mixed-use sites in the region.

The sites total 6.3 ha and could deliver up to 1,000 homes as well as commercial space, a cultural quarter, and leisure and entertainment facilities.

A joint venture development partner will be chosen in May 2017, with work expected to begin in 2018.

Maidenhead development_Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

Council seeks partner for 1,000-home project

The region is also benefiting from the new Crossrail line which will open in Maidenhead in 2019.

This is Windsor and Maidenhead Council’s largest public sector land release in several years.

Leader of the council and lead member for housing Simon Dudley said: “We need to build a town for everyone and these sites will provide housing for our local residents in the heart of the community.

“We want a joint venture partner so that we can develop these sites together. We would retain considerable control over how the sites are developed. I am committed to providing high-quality homes, including genuinely affordable options for our residents.”

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