Arborfield Garrison redevelopment plans to go before the local council

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Plans to establish a village on Arborfield Garrison, a military base soon to be vacated, and adjoining land, will go before the Wokingham Borough Council, a news report reveals.

The Arborfield Garrison Landowners’ Consortium, comprising the Ministry of Defence (MoD), the Aegan Trust Company and Robert Kenyon, represented by Leatherhead-based Wates Developments, plans to create no less than 2,000 residential properties, a 43,000 sq ft foodstore, a care home, a district centre, a primary school, a secondary school and general retail, leisure and office facilities.

In a planning statement sent to Wokingham Borough Council, developers explained what has been put forward, saying that: "The vision for Arborfield is to create a welcoming, enterprising and thoughtfully planned 21st century village, where modern working patterns as well as rural leisure pursuits are accommodated and the area’s unique human and natural heritage is valued."

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