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Extract from CBC Site Allocations DPD Proposals Map

Extract from CBC Site Allocations DPD Proposals Map

Aerial View of Allocated Site

Aerial View of Allocated Site

Warren Farm, Ampthill

Central Bedfordshire Council have allocated the land at Warren Farm and west of Abbey Lane as a site for new housing growth, following an independent examination by a Government appointed Inspector. An outline planning application for up to 410 dwellings was submitted to Central Bedfordshire Council on 24th April 2012. For more information please click here.


This website is being created to give local people and any interested parties an insight into the progression of the development, known as Warren Farm. Content will regularly be added to the website and it is possible to register to receive updates by email.

The site can be viewed on the map extract taken from Central Bedfordshire Council’s Site Allocations document, by clicking the image on the left hand side of this webpage. An aerial view of the site is also available by clicking the second image.

Central Bedfordshire Council’s Policy HA4, which is contained within the Adopted Site Allocations Document, states that:

“Land west of Abbey Lane, Ampthill, as identified on the Proposals Map, is allocated for residential development providing a minimum of 410 dwellings.”

As is usual with proposals of this type, development of the site will be subject to a number of assessments being completed, including transport, flood risk, archaeology and ecology. Contributions will also be made to local infrastructure provision such as for works to highways and schools.

Please feel free to check back at regular intervals to find out the latest news with regard to the site and its future development.

Latest News

A ‘preferred bidder’ has been selected as a prospective purchaser for the Warren Farm development site..... read more

For further information concerning Central Bedfordshire's Local Development Framework, please click here to visit their website.

This site is administered by Live Better Locations Ltd and it has no official links with Central Beds Council or any other party.