Welcome to Crest Nicholson’s proposals for
Highlands Park Phase 2

Crest Nicholson is bringing forward development proposals for Highlands Park Phase 2, with the site having been allocated for development in the adopted Joint Henley & Harpsden Neighbourhood Plan Review.

This consultation will inform the planning applications for Phase 2 and a minor replan of a small part of Phase 1 that we intend to submit later in 2023.

Our proposals for
Highlands Park Phase 2 include:

  • House icon131 new homes (including 40% affordable housing)
  • Children iconLand for a new home for the Chiltern Centre
  • House on hand iconLand for the provision of 20 homes to be built and managed under a Community Land Trust
  • town hall iconLand for facilities for Henley Town Council’s Parks Department
  • Group of people iconThe relocation of the community centre from Highlands Park Phase 1
  • handshake iconThe relocation of employment facilities from Highlands Park Phase 1
  • terrace houses icon 21 further homes, including 8 or 9 affordable homes, on Phase 1 on the space vacated by the employment and community facilities moving to Phase 2
  • leaf icon A range of sustainability measures throughout the development
  • sprout leaf icon Extensive planting and landscaping
  • bike icon New foot and cycle paths linking to the Town Green and AONB and adding to the existing network of paths delivered as part of Highlands Park Phase 1.

Our Consultation Has Now Closed

Our consultation for Phase 2 of Highlands Park ran from 10th – 23rd July. Many thanks to everyone who submitted feedback during this period and to those who attended our in-person exhibition on 11th July.

We are now reviewing the comments received and preparing our planning applications. We aim to submit these to South Oxfordshire District Council in Autumn 2023. We will provide a further update then.

About Crest Nicholson

Crest Nicholson is firmly established as a leading developer with a passion for not just building homes for over 55 years but creating vibrant sustainable communities, built upon key placemaking principles.


Freephone: 0800 298 7040

Email: feedback@consultation-online.co.uk