Aylesbury is approximately equidistant from Oxford, Milton Keynes, High Wycombe and Hemel Hempstead. Oxford is 32km (20 miles) to the west and London is 59 km (36.5 miles) to the south east., The MDA is located to the north west of Aylesbury with excellent connections to the Trunk Road network provided by the A41(T) which runs adjacent to the site. The A41 provides connections to Junction 20 of the M25 (c. 34 km/21 miles to the south east), and to Junction 9 of the M40 Motorway (c. 27 km /16.7 miles to the north west). The site benefits from the new Aylesbury Western Link Road which connects Berryfields with the A41, as well as improving links to the north, particularly to Milton Keynes and the M1., The site can be easily accessed by public transport, with links to both London Marylebone and Aylesbury provided by Aylesbury Vale Parkway Station which adjoins the site. Travel time to Aylesbury centre is 4 minutes, and London, Marylebone, 1 hour., Development site to the north west of Aylesbury., Outline planning permission for B1, B2 and B8 uses., The site forms part of Berryfields MDA, which has outline planning permission for up to 3,000 dwellings. The site is located to the south of the MDA, currently comprising undeveloped grassland. It is broadly rectangular in shape and slopes gently to the south. The site benefits from extensive road frontages, with the A41 to the north and Sir Henry Lee Crescent to the south. Surrounding uses include Aylesbury Vale Parkway railway station to the west and the new Aylesbury Vale Academy to the north. A significant amount of residential development has occurred to the north of the site, with approximately 900 houses having been constructed to date.