A massive plan to build 95 homes on equestrian land south of Wokingham has been submitted.

Developer Anthony Pudner has applied to build 95 new homes to replace existing horse stable buildings on land just to the south of Oakwood Climbing Centre.

The site is located on land west of Old Wokingham Road and south of Waterloo Road between Jennett’s Park in Bracknell and Wokingham. The homes would be built to the south of Lock’s House and the Barn House in Waterloo Road.

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Proposals involve demolishing a large agricultural barn and a stable block seen in the aerial photos of the site. These buildings used to be used by the Claremont Equestrian Centre, which is listed as permanently closed by Google.

According to the building heights parameter plan, 41 buildings would be built to home 95 individuals or families. These are broken down into 34 two-storey buildings, five 1.5 storey buildings, one semi detached 2.5 storey building and one semi detached building would comprise a 2.5 and a 2 storey house. Of the 95 homes on the site, 33 will be affordable.

Drivers would enter the site using a left turning from Old Wokingham Road, while pedestrians and cyclists would be able to enter by using a byway linking Waterloo Road.

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A map showing the proposed development's proximity to amenities, including supermarkets, schools and petrol stations. Most are within a10 minutes drive or cycle. Credit: Bracknell Planning Application 21/00372/OUT

The site is right on the border of Wokingham Borough and Bracknell Forest, which means that it will be considered by both planning committees.

So far, the planning application has only been uploaded to Bracknell Forest Council’s planning portal. According to the designs, the majority of the site will fall within Wokingham Borough. It lies within the South Wokingham Strategic Development Location, which has been earmarked for 2,500 homes.

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When The News asked Wokingham Borough Council why the plan had not been uploaded on its planning portal yet, a spokeswoman said an application had been received but it did not include all  the information required to allow the proposals to be adequately assessed.

Once this is received, the application will be registered, given a reference number and added to the planning portal where residents will have the opportunity to view and comment.

Plans can be found by searching reference 21/00372/OUT at https://planapp.bracknell-forest.gov.uk/online-applications