A thriving community

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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

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Follow @wearewintringham on Facebook and Instagram to get involved in the conversation and to learn more about what's happening at Wintringham, St Neots and Cambridgeshire.

As some of you may know, today is "Blue Monday", however we're determined to be more brew, than blue!

As part of the Samaritans #BrewMonday, grab a cuppa and stay connected with your friends and loved ones. As we are all now experts in the world of Zoom and Teams, log on with a hot drink and catch up with those closest to you in the best way we know how, virtually!

During a time when we're all struggling to readjust and get used to life in lockdown again, @shiftiesuk's #SpeakUp2021 campaign couldn't have come at a better time.

I know the last thing we want to think about on a Friday is Monday, but hear us out... On Monday 18th January, sometimes known as "Blue Monday", Shifties will be bringing you 24-hours of pure positivity and motivation with their online Liveathon "Speak Up".

What better way to combat that "Blue Monday" feeling! So from midnight on Monday, join Shifties’ very own Alex Hughes for a line up of amazing guests; as they share their stories, their micro-business challenges, and their goals for 2021.

Focussing on tales of resilience and survival – both for businesses and individuals - Shifties will be exploring why communication is so important to both. Sign up today and join Alex and his guests, as they aim to raise £10,000 in support of @cpslmind.

Giveaway alert! Throughout the day there will also be live giveaways, donated from members of the Shifties community. Keep your eyes peeled for the spa break donated by @urbanandcivic, for some much-needed R&R for when restrictions start to lift.



Whilst we're thrown back into home-working and home-schooling, we may find ourselves browsing the internet or reading our favourite magazines and blogs as a welcome distraction.

This morning, we stumbled across this great article featured on @what_house exploring the recent move of St Neots local, Paul Leigh, and his family.

Grab a cuppa and take a few minutes to find out more about what made the Leigh's move to Wintringham and what they love most.


If you're an avid @muddystilettos reader, then you may have already seen their recent piece on why you should be buying a new build home.

Their spotlight piece focussed on the benefits of buying new build, with a focus on @calahomes and why the offering here at Wintringham is so appealing.

From brand new homes and schools, to the quick walk or cycle into the beautiful market town of St Neots, or even jumping on the train to Central London, the possibilities are endless here at Wintringham.

Start your new year with a new home, and book at appointment at Wintringham today. Visit https://www.wintringham.org.

To read the Muddy Stilettos piece, visit http://www.suffolkcambs.muddystilettos.co.uk/home/why-you-should-buy-a-new-build/

London and Home Counties housebuilder, Durkan, recently secured planning consent for 293 homes at Wintringham.

Further to CALA Homes and Morris Homes who are already on sale here at Wintringham. Durkan are due to begin construction this year and will be launching in early 2022.

For more information, visit https://www.wintringham.org/news/

As we find ourselves in another lockdown, it is vital that we all stay at home where possible and adhere to government guidelines.

Last year was an exciting year here at Wintringham with a lot of amazing milestones achieved, one of which included the first residents moving in towards the end of the year.

Unlike the first lockdown, the property market has been permitted to continue operating. If you are looking to move in 2021 and are interested in homes at Wintringham St Neots, our housebuilders will remain open throughout the duration of lockdown. However, please note they are operating my appointment only with strict social distancing and safety precautions in place, so please ensure you book an appointment before making your way over here.

If you have any questions, please drop us a message or email info@wintringham.org.

With a brand new year ahead of us, we're very excited about what it could hold in store.

With Wintringham Primary Academy opening it's doors late last year, pupils are yet to enjoy the wonderful green spaces and play areas during the warmer Spring and Summer months.

Captured by wonderful local photographer, @stneots, this shot gives a glimpse into the exceptional woodland grove that sits at the heart of the school, inspired by forest school principles and aiming to bring the outdoors in!

As the sun is setting on the final day of 2020, we're taking a look back at what an extraordinary year 2020 was.

Although it may not have been what we expected, we saw a number of exciting milestones take place at Wintringham this year.

Early this year saw us launch our brand new podcast series, Wintringham 2020. Shortly after this, Morris Homes launched their brand new homes on site. Unfortunately, March brought with it a nation-wide lockdown. As things started to warm up, we watched as our second housebuilder, CALA Homes went on sale. November marked the opening of the brand new primary school, Wintringham Primary Academy, and one month later saw Christmas arrive at Wintringham with the first ever Christmas tree and festive lights.

With this extraordinary year behind us, we look forward to another exciting year ahead in 2021.

Morris Homes have had a busy year at Wintringham, with a number of new residents lucky enough to reserve and move in by Christmas!

With their brand new show home due to launch in the New Year, and a variety of brand new homes available, book your appointment soon to avoid disappointment.

Find a house to call home at Wintringham St Neots.

This week we're putting the spotlight on our housebuilders.

Wintringham has over 30 different housing types on offer, from contemporary apartments to spacious family homes, you're sure to be spoilt for choice.

CALA Homes launched earlier this year and a number of their buyers settled into their new homes at Wintringham before Christmas.

Launching their brand new campaign, "New Year, New Home", find out more on their website and find a house to call home here at Wintringham St Neots.

Wishing you all a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year from all of us here at Wintringham!

If you're spending your first Christmas at Wintringham, we'd love to hear all about it. Use the hashtag #ChristmasAtWintringham and show us what you're getting up to over the festive season.

Looking back on what has been a crazy year, it has also been a time to slow down and appreciate your surroundings.

Living in St Neots brings a multitude of benefits, from it's independent foodie culture to it's picturesque riverside setting.

Whatever the weather, taking a stroll along the River Great Ouse in St Neots is a great way to connect with nature whilst improving your health and wellbeing.

With some families set to spend their first Christmas here at Wintringham, we're looking back on our catch up with the Leigh family earlier this year.

Paul Leigh has been living in St Neots since the age of 11, so when the time came to upsizing his family home, moving to another town was never an option.

Paul said “Wintringham feels like a real community. There’s plenty of grass; it’s not just lone houses with a path on the doorstep, and you see trees everywhere. We know that many facilities are going to be created in the coming years, which is definitely a plus – we’re planning to stay here for the long-term.”

Find a house to call home at Wintringham St Neots, visit https://www.wintringham.org.

We’ve been busy working away behind the scenes with a number of creative partners to bring you our very first digital Christmas card🎄

Wishing you all a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year from everyone at @urbanandcivic and on the @wearewintringham teams🎅🏼

With the help of local St Neots photographer and artist Tabitha Pow, they have created this wonderful piece showcasing the Christmas lights around the Village Pond🌟

📸 @st.neots
👩‍🎨 @pow___art

Whether you’ve recently moved in, you’re regularly doing the school drop off or simply living in the local area, have you managed to catch sight of our Christmas tree yet?🎄

Located outside the recently opened Wintringham Primary Academy and giving locals the opportunity to embrace the festive season ahead amidst the craziness of this year, we’d love to see if you’ve managed to capture any shots yourselves of how Christmas is unfolding here at Wintringham🌟

This was captured by talented, local photographer @st.neots - and perfectly showcases the exceptional architecture alongside our new festive addition📸

Wintringham will provide two new primary schools to the area of St Neots. The first, Wintringham Primary Academy, initially opened in September 2018 at The Round House Primary Academy in Loves Farm.

Designed by architects DRMM and brought forward by Morgan Sindall, the building was recently completed and this November saw the pupils of Wintringham Primary Academy make the move to their brand new home here at Wintringham.

Designed based on Forest School principles and managed by the Diamond Learning Trust, visit our website and explore our brand new interactive model to find out more - https://www.wintringham.org/education-at-wintringham/

With the sun setting on another day at Wintringham, we’re taking a look at what you’ve all been up to in the past weeks.

Another great shot of soon-to-be resident, Aurora, enjoying the beautifully landscaped spaces here at Wintringham🐕

If you’ve got any recent photos of your families (and furry friends) enjoying what’s on offer at Wintringham, we’d love to see them!📷

An exciting day at Wintringham today, saw the unveiling of our brand new Welcome Packs.

With new residents moving in before Christmas, they’ll be equipped with everything they could possibly need... From a full directory and pull out map, to beautiful wildflower seeds to plant in their gardens and that all important to-do list. We’re on hand to make settling in that little bit of easier!

What will you do next? A house to call home at Wintringham St Neots, find yours today.

✨Wintringham Local Stars✨

Ahead of re-opening tomorrow, did you know that to celebrate, @bohemiastneots have decided to open every Thursday in December as well as their usual Friday and Saturday nights? 🎉

If you don't already follow them, head over to their page to get up to speed on all things Bohemia St Neots. Make sure you get your December date nights booked in fast, in order to avoid any disappointment!

On the horizon, you can see Wintringham Primary Academy, where pupils are busy working away this morning.

Development is moving at pace at Wintringham, and this month saw the first residents settle into their brand new homes.

A house to call home here 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.

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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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