Aylesbury, Haddenham, Winslow and Buckingham to all grow by 50% as Vale set for 33,000 more homes by 2033

A total of 33,000 homes will be built in Aylesbury Vale by 2033, with Aylesbury taking the majority of the housebuilding.

Friday, 3rd June 2016, 11:32 am
Updated Friday, 3rd June 2016, 1:12 pm
Massive housing growth is on the way

Aylesbury Vale District Council published the plan this morning, setting out numbers of new housing and where they should go.

Aylesbury will take more than 14,000 new homes, Buckingham 2,600, Haddenham and Winslow 1,000 and Wendover 861.

In addition a new settlement of 4,500 homes, the first to be built since Milton Keynes, will be built either at Winslow or Haddenham, with the latter currently looking the more likely.

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