A Thames Valley housebuilder is contributing over £1 million to a village community in Oxfordshire.

Redrow Thames Valley’s Sanderson Park development, which will provide 84 brand-new homes, including two new show homes, has confirmed that it is contributing over £1 million to the region in total.

The investment includes a number of contributions, with £520,000 to support local schools and education services, and over £64,000 towards making much needed highway improvements in the local area.

As part of Redrow Thames Valley’s commitment to creating thriving communities, a contribution of over £352,000 will support the village’s existing community hall, leisure centre and sports, which are essential to community groups of all ages.

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Ensuring both new and existing residents of Ambrosden are able to travel with ease, the contribution also includes £43,000 towards improving and creating footpaths around the town centre, in addition to £84,000 to support the local bus service.

Sales Director for Redrow Thames Valley Sarah Boyce said: “We are thrilled to be supporting the community of Ambrosden and ensuring the sustainability of our popular Sanderson Park development, while building much-needed homes in the region.

“Our commitment to creating thriving communities will not only benefit the local area, but also our new residents, who are already starting to move into this popular development.

Sanderson Park offers a choice of three and four-bedroom homes from £465,000 and is located just south of Bicester.


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This story was written by Matthew Norman, he joined the team in 2022 as a Facebook community reporter.

Matthew covers Bicester and focuses on finding stories from diverse communities.

Get in touch with him by emailing: Matthew.norman@newsquest.co.uk

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