Neighbours have been asked for their views over a massive 200-home plan in Twyford.

Croudace Homes plan to build 200 homes on land at Bridge Farm in Twyford, located in New Bath Road.

Of those, 40 per cent would be affordable. The developers have promised that the scheme will generate £4.8 million for authorities in the area, with 85 per cent of that going to Wokingham Borough (which Twyford falls within) and 15 per cent going to Twyford Parish Council.

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The developers have also promised to form a riverside park on the eastern bank of the River Loddon which forms the site boundary.

As well as that, the plan includes planting trees on the land.

The plan is currently in the pre-submission phase, which means it has not appeared on Wokingham Borough Council’s planning portal yet.

Neighbours have been asked to give their views on the scheme, and observe the plans on the Bridge Farm Twyford website: .

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A public consultation run on the ‘Have Your Say’ section on the website is due to last until Wednesday, June 23.

Questions on the consultation section ask: ‘Would you like the houses to be built in a traditional style or would you like to see a more contemporary design?’ and ‘We will provide a mixture of house types and sizes across the site. But what homes are most needed (e.g., larger houses, 2- or 3-bedroom homes, flats, etc)?’

Adam Robinson, who is involved in the scheme, said the plan is likely to be submitted to Wokingham Borough Council in July.