The site is located on the edge of Blunsdon St Andrew, a village in the borough of Swindon in Wiltshire. The Abbey Farm development was granted permission on April 2015 for 350 dwellings, primary school, local convenience store, utilities and other engineering works being developed to the east of the site. Tadpole Garden Village development to the west of the site is also currently being built out by Crest Nicholson., Swindon town centre is approximately 5.8 miles (9.3 km) to the south with Cirencester approximately 12.9 miles (20.8 km) to the north west., The site postcode is SN25 2DY., The site lies within the administrative boundary of Swindon Borough Council and is allocated within the Strategic Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (SHELAA), reference S0056. This allocation states it is suitable for residential development for 30 units deliverable in 2028/29 to 2032/33., Greenfield development opportunity, Allocated site in the Swindon SHELAA to the north of Swindon, Site extending to circa 2.59 acres (1.05 Ha), Offers invited, The site comprises of an irregular shaped parcel of pasture land equating to approximately 2.59 acres (1.05 Ha) or thereabouts, to the south of Tadpole Lane, Blunsdon St Andrew. A site plan is attached showing the site boundary outlined in yellow. The site is bounded to the north and west by Tadpole Lane, to the east by a open grass field with residential beyond and to the south by hedges and trees with Diamond Jubilee Park behind.