Getting there and Access
To be sustainable and successful, any new development needs to be well connected.
Our designs are based around ensuring good access to and from the site alongside ensuring that new development does not mean unnecessary pressure on existing local roads.
The main access is proposed from the south-east of the site via the existing roundabout on the A448 Comberton Road by Spennells Valley Road. A secondary access is proposed from Husum Way, to the north of the site, just off the A456 Birmingham Road. This would be in the form of a signal-controlled T-junction. These access proposals will be subject to a road safety audit.
The proposals include a new spine road through the centre of the site, serving as a new road connection between the A448 Comberton Road and A456 Birmingham Road. The road is designed to accommodate a bus service and cycle priority lanes, as part of our commitment to encouraging sustainable forms of transport.
While we all recognise that cars are part of daily life, we want to encourage walking and cycling where we can. Our designs include a network of new foot and cycle paths to encourage sustainable travel within the site and connect into existing routes including into the town centre and to Kidderminster Train Station.
All properties with a garage will include Electric Vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure, as part of Taylor Wimpey’s commitment to encourage green travel.
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