Trumpington Village Sign unveiled June 2010, designed by Sheila Betts.
Trumpington Residents'
Association
Clay Farm Development
The Clay Farm and Showground
development will total 2300
homes, with the overall
development being carried out by
Countryside Properties. Clay
Farm will also include a park,
secondary school, a primary
school and a local centre with a
square, shops and a community
centre.

Clay Farm is to the east of
Trumpington village, between
Long Road and Shelford Road
(see Cambridge City Council
plan).

The Trumpington Residents'
Association has been working
with the City Council and the
developers since the site was
allocated for housing in 2006.
The marker building under construction at the Addenbrooke's Road
roundabout, with Addenbrooke's Hospital in the background, Abode
development, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 2 November 2012.
For information about planning, construction and community development see:
Timeline

Before 2010.
2010
2011.
2012.
2013.
2014.
Features

• the planning process.
• Clay Farm
community centre and square.
Trumpington Community College.
• Clay Farm
country park.
Public Art.
• Community development: see
Trumpington Online
and Community Forum.
Homes

Abode, Addenbrooke's Road.
Paragon, Addenbrooke's Road
Seven Acres, Addenbrooke's Road.
Aura, off Long Road.
Long Lane, off Long Road.
Virido, off the spine road.
The marker building under construction at the Addenbrooke’s Road roundabout, with Addenbrooke’s Hospital in the background, Abode development, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 2 November 2012.
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