Sport and Culture


The former Wisley Airfield will become a place to play, train and compete. 

Supported by Sport England, the Government’s sports watchdog, our proposals will promote healthy lifestyles and encourage participation in sports through the provision of ample sports facilities. 

Our proposals include sports facilities and school playing fields, with pitches across the development and more informal areas.

New and existing residents will find facilities for football, hockey and tennis, as well as a pump track for cyclists. Revenues from these facilities will go to the Community Trust for reinvestment in the community.

Walking loops ranging from 2.5km to 10km will circle the neighbourhoods, further promoting healthy lifestyles and sustainable travel.

Community, Culture and Art

A detailed cultural strategy has been submitted which sets out Taylor Wimpey’s commitment to ensuring that the community culture can flourish and evolve over time. 

Beacon Park towards the east of the development, will allow the community to come together, pause and reflect, and will include an opportunity to create a piece of public art. 

This will be one of the many areas where the community can create and influence artwork. There will also be opportunities for people to name areas and buildings within the development.

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