The Shrewsbury West Sustainable Urban Extension (SUE) is a major mixed-use development opportunity, enabled by infrastructure investment including the construction of the new Oxon Link Road connecting A5/Churncote Island junction to Holyhead Road.
- The extension of Oxon Business Park and on the gateway land by the A5 Churncote Island
- A new business and health park off Clayton Way (9-12 hectares)
- An extended Local Centre at Bicton
- 720 dwellings north of Welshpool Road, including an element of affordable housing
The Shrewsbury West SUE was identified in the adopted Core Strategy as a strategic location for development to meet the town’s future housing and employment needs.
There are three key landowners within the Shrewsbury West SUE (Sustainable Urban Development) with Shropshire Council owning over half of the 24.4 hectares (60 acres) of development land. A masterplan has now been approved and adopted by the Local Planning Authority following public consultation.
Development uses: mixed use
Project owners: The Mosiac Partnership/ Shropshire Council
Investment type: Developers and investors
Status: Outline planning consent and detailed planning consent for first phase of housing development by David Wilson Homes. Funding has also been secured from the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership to part-fund construction of the Oxon Link Road. Other contributions for the Link Road and facilities will be made by developers through the Community Infrastructure Levy
Completion: Circa 10 years
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