Wildbridge - land at Bilsham Road
Development is underway on this site and will provide 250 affordable homes by Hyde Housing. Development is being constructed by Thakeham Group.
The Strategic Allocation will provide contributions towards new nursery and primary school places, improvements to the A259 between Climping and Littlehampton and contributions towards new healthcare facilities which will be either incorporated at Ford or expansion of the existing relevant facilities.
The outline application has been approved under planning application Y/91/17/OUT
Applications covering landscape, layout, scale & external appearance.
- application covering parking, road/footway/cycleway provision, open space, landscaping, surface water attenuation (the process of storing and slowly releasing surface water run-off) and ancillary works
Arboricultural Method Statement and Tree Protection Plan
An Arboricultural Method Statement (AMS) outlines the working methods for construction workers to follow and adhere to during development. The Tree Protection Plan (TPP) forms part of the Arboricultural Method Statement and details the location of protection measures, such as the position of tree protection fencing. The following plans have been submitted:
Construction Management Plan
A construction management plan is a document that includes detailed information designed to minimise potential construction impacts on the environment taking into account logistics, traffic management and other impacts. The following plans have been submitted:
During the construction phase, no machinery/vehicles or plant shall be operated on the site, no process shall be carried out and no deliveries taken at or dispatched except between the hours of:
- 7am to 6pm on Mondays to Fridays inclusive
- 8am to 1pm on Saturdays
- not at any time on Sundays or public holidays
See previous planning application news for this site.
- A new Reserved Matters Application has been received for Land at Bilsham Road under application reference Y/127/21/RES for Approval of reserved matters (appearance, landscaping, layout and scale) following the grant of Y/91/17/OUT for 250 No dwellings with associated parking, road/footway/cycleway provision, open space, landscaping, surface water attenuation & ancillary works (resubmission following Y/152/20/RES). this site is not CIL Liable as in Yapton Strategic Site.
- Reserved Matters application Y/152/20/RES submitted in respect of Land at Bilsham Road has been withdrawn.
- Reserved Matters Application submitted for Land at Bilsham Road, Yapton under application reference Y/152/20/RES.
Wildbridge - land at Bilsham Road in Yapton
Alternative text - a map of Wildbridge development site west of Bilsham road. This shows the proposed layout of houses and open spaces. A green corridor can be found in the centre of the map with open spaces in the bottom edge and top right corner. A total of 43 affordable houses are marked out throughout the whole site in different areas, each house varying in size. There are numerous visitor parking spaces throughout the site. There are seven large sud sites and 1 potential location for pumping station if required.
Site: Land at Bilsham Road, Yapton
Drawing: illustrative detailed masterplan
Date: 18/07/18 Scale: 1:1250@:A1 Drawing ref: 1244G.03A
Red outline - site boundary
Dark green tree shape - existing trees retained
Dark green rectangle - existing hedgerows retained
Lighter green tree shape - proposed planting
Light grey dashed rectangle - SuDS feature
Blue dashed line - existing Public Right of Way retained
Green dashed rectangle with a smaller green non-dashed rectangle inside - potential location for pumping station
Blue asterisk *- affordable housing unit
Pink rectangle with pink V inside - visitor parking space
Yellow dotted line - pedestrian/cycle link
Grey block rectangle - remained of SD7 allocation
Please note the masterplan above is for illustrative purposes only and details are subject to change.
The Infrastructure Funding Statement (IFS) provides an update on all matters regarding developer contributions Section 106 (S.106) and Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) during the previous financial year.
Our first IFS was published in September 2020 to cover the period from April 2019 to 31 March 2020. Please see our current IFS statement.
We collect all CIL contributions for all types of Infrastructure (from 1 April 2020) but we do not collect S.106 contributions for the provision of schools, highways, libraries or the fire service (although, in some cases, S.106 for these items are retained for these projects, in agreement with the county council). In most cases, these items are the responsibility of West Sussex County Council (WSCC). Therefore our IFS should be read in conjunction with the WSCC IFS to identify how S.106 from specific development sites has been spent across the board.