Be part of Wintringham

Wintringham will be a thriving community, supported by key facilities, services and amenities, set in dynamic and attractive spaces. Critically, the new community will be supported by public transport, safe links to the station and cyclepath/footway connections to get around the place and connect to neighbouring Loves Farm and St Neots.

Wintringham has been designed with spaces and places where people can meet up and play an active role in their new community.

Wintringham a place to work

A place to work

Wintringham will cultivate and support a thriving business community. The employment area will include a landscaped business park, small-scale employment around the district and local centre targeted at innovative and creative industries, and lighter clean industrial units to the south of the site, with good access to the regional transport network.


Early evidence suggests that Wintringham has been home to a variety of different people throughout the ages - dating back as far as the Neolithic period (c.4000 – 2200 BC). Our archaeologists will be investigating and documenting the site to help us better understand how our ancestors lived and worked the land.

Archaeology finds at Wintringham St Neots

Natural environment

A well designed and managed landscape in which people and wildlife can thrive together is essential to the successful creation of this new neighbourhood. We will create landscaped, green spaces for our residents to enjoy sports, recreation and leisure pursuits. We will also protect and enhance key ecological features and establish new habitats for a diverse range of plants and animals to flourish.

Get involved

Wintringham is an extension to St Neots and we want to make sure everyone has an opportunity to join us on this exciting journey to develop a new area that existing and future residents and visitors can enjoy. To be kept informed about the development and forthcoming community events, please register for updates.

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Instagram post 2111739847915017161_12254699198 If you missed Ste Greenall talking to Rebecca Britton on @black_cat_radio about the work on site at Wintringham, you can listen to the recording on our website and learn more about early excavations, Wintringham Primary School and essential infrastructure to enable the new facilities to come forward. Visit the link in our bio and head to >  News > Listen in to updates from Wintringham πŸŽ§πŸ“»
Instagram post 2104533702301445501_12254699198 @oxfordarchaeology will be joining us on the Full English Breakfast Show with Ste Greenhall on @black_cat_radio from around 8am tomorrow to talk about the archaeology findings so far at Wintringham, St Neots and what sort of archaeology activities you can expect in the future, from open days to community digs! 🎧 β›πŸ‘·πŸ½β€β™€οΈπŸ‘·πŸ»β€β™‚οΈβš±οΈπŸ€”πŸ˜Š
Instagram post 2096671936483748221_12254699198 Don't forget! This weekend we will be at the St Neots Rowing Regatta at The Regatta Meadow on 27th and 28th July! The @wildlifebcn are providing activities for you to get involved in from creating a wildflower meadow in a pot, to hedgehog highways for helping our hedgehog friends move around, so look out for those on our stand over the two days. The regatta promises to be a great day out with licensed bar, barbecue, cakes and coffee, vegan and vegetarian options or why not pack a picnic and watch rowers from across the UK including @stneotsrc race on the River Great Ouse! #stneotsregatta2019
Instagram post 2094229169159511680_12254699198 Species rich hedgerow has been planted adjacent to the A428 including
Hazel - Corylus avellane
Hawthorn - Crataegus monogyna
Holly - Ilex aquifolium
Crab Apple - Malus sylvestris
Blackthorn - Prunus spinosa
Wayfaring Tree - Viburnum lanata
and the beautiful Guelder Rose - Viburnum Opulus, which is also sometimes called the snowball tree!
Instagram post 2093741853999369811_12254699198 You may have seen a new pedestrian and cycle-way along Cambridge road and the creation of structural embankments of soil which are then stabilised with planting. Those embankments are also known as β€˜bunds’ and are designed to support water infiltration and to reduce noise impact from passing traffic.
Instagram post 2091441503145644953_12254699198 100,000m3 of earth has been excavated and either re-used in bunds, or stock-piled for reuse in later phases of work on site to date. Diverting enough waste from landfill to fill 40 Olympic size swimming pools! We've also laid just over 5 miles of kerbs for carriageways and edging for foot and cycle ways as we establish the all important infrastructure to enable the school, new homes and community facilities to come forward.

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