Developments

Goosehill_Farm_Solar_Farm - 2020
Little Fen/Dyson's Drove 2019-
Off Toyse Lane (Demolished Bungalow Site) 2018-
Several houses
The old Crown Pub re-development (2018-
Several houses and included conversion of pub to residential property
Birches Tye (Hopkins Homes)
Started in 2016. 70 units (52 Private and 18 Affordable.)
Birches Tye
Birches Tye (Hopkins Homes)
The Anchor Pub Garden
June 2016, 2 new houses by the river
Dyson's Drove
4 Houses (2016-2017)
Dyson's Drove
Burwell Farm has been bought by the National Trust at a cost of 1.7 million pounds
Flashy National Trust leaflets through the post confirm that the National Trust has acquired 450 acres of land to extend and help preserve the Fen extending from Wicken. See the
Wicken National Trust Site
for more info.
Copperfield Way (Off Isaacson Road)
Another development currently underway (Nov. 2004)
Factory Site re-development
Latest Update (9-June-2002): Construction continues:
Latest Update (27-Apr-2004): Most of the estate is now complete:
Jubilee Green
This park has been updated and improved (Nov. 2004)
New Library
Now completed and open for business (Jan. 2006)
New Skate Park
The skate park is now Complete (Nov. 2004)
Browns of Burwell development
The Browns of Burwell site in North Street has been acquired by
Twigden Homes
. They will be presenting their development plans for the site at the
Parish Council
meeting in the Jubilee Reading Room on the 30th July 2003.
Brown's Site as of February 2004

Construction well under way (Nov. 2004)
New Woodland
The two woods recently planted should help improve the quality of life in the village. These are Priory Wood between Priory Close and Weirs Drove at Crowhall Farm
Village News
Flu Update 2020
Clunch Magazine
Aug-Sep 2020
UK's biggest solar farm planned for east of England (Click on image for larger version)
Proposed Solar Farm
Sunnica Proposals
BBC News - Cambridgeshire
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