Developed in the mid 1970s between London Road and Sir William Romney's School and comprises several cul-de-sacs: Alexander Gardens, Bartley Croft, Berkeley Way
and Malthouse Walk. Conygar Road is the main road running through.
Situated between London Road and Northlands Way, comprising 3.52 hectares of land and 93 dwellings in total the initial applications were dated 1991.
Cheviot Close, Cotswold Close, Jacobs Close, Northlands Way, Ryland Close, Shepherd's Mead and Suffolk Close keep a naming theme of sheep breeds and the role that the wool trade played in the history of the town. The main road running through, Northlands Way was initially developed in the 1980s of reconstructed stone and was extended into the Northlands Development in the 1990s to join onto Shepherds Mead etc. The road ending is left 'open' presumably to allow access onto the soon to be built Highfield Development (2017).
AMBERLEY PARK DEVELOPMENT
Situated off London Road and developed by Bewley Homes 2017, prices started at £219,500.
Site plan indicates street names reflecting the towns past history and involvement with the cloth trade: Hatter Close, Clothier Close, Draper Close, Mercer Way, Glovers Way. House designs are named for trees - Acer, Beech, Cedar, Holly, Lime, Maple, Oak, Sorbus.
A retirement development off London Road comprising 113 apartments that has caused much controversy due to the cost, and exclusive nature of the community. 2020
Miller Homes developing this site to the south of Highfields Farm, London Road. 2017
Small development off Cirencester Road built by Cala Homes
Off London Road, another retirement development. McCarthey and Stone. 2017, possibly 2016
details being finalised for marketing January 2018
details being finalised by Hills Homes January 2018
Plans and site map available February 2020