The company believes that the site has the potential for a significant residential development.
The site connects to the new High Speed 2 (HS2) railway depot where the HS2 line will meet the proposed Varsity rail line, which sits within the Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford corridor, a priority area identified by the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) for new housing delivery.
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As part of Theresa May's speech on housing last week, the NIC’s recommendations for preparing plans or determining applications were endorsed.
Last month, Urban&Civic announced it had secured outline planning permission for the first phase of a 6.4-acre development in Wolverhampton.