Community Engagement

Working together to deliver our sustainable community

Building a Community

From the outset, we knew that we wanted the help of local people to shape our proposals. 

Our designs have evolved with valuable input from the community through four chapters of engagement spanning two years, in what is one of the largest consultations in Taylor Wimpey’s history.

We’ve shared full details of the proposals on this website, and we have a dedicated Taylor Wimpey community project manager acting as the first point of contact with local residents and stakeholders.

Our proposals have developed and improved as a direct result of conversations with the community. Feedback has influenced the location of the community heart and schools, the naming of the neighbourhoods, the inclusion of innovation centre facilities, the creation of a Community Trust to manage relevant assets, and much more. 


So far, we’ve received feedback from a wide range of interest groups and residents, and we are continuing to engage with them. We’ve held:

4 DRPs

Four Design Review Panels

Community consultation events

Seven community events, held online during lockdown periods, in person when possible

Group meetings

15 Community Liaison Group meetings

40 pre-application meetings

Over 40 pre-app meetings with the local authorities

200 stakeholder meetings

Over 200 stakeholder meetings, including with parish councils and other local interest groups.

To see a timeline of our engagement over the years please click here

You said, we did
You can find out what you said, and what we did about it here.

Get in Touch

This engagement is ongoing and we welcome feedback at any time. You can get in touch below.