Cambridgeshire's newest town can be seen from a whole new angle thanks to brilliant new footage filmed from the sky.
Located on the former site of the RAF Oakland barracks, Northstowe is set to expand to include 10,000 properties and 25,000 residents.
The footage, shot by local drone enthusiast Jonathan Tracy and uploaded to Youtube, shows off the rapidly developing town from a birds-eye perspective.
Alongside the completed houses, many of which already have people living in them, you can see the empty land ripe for expansion.
The footage also allows you to clearly see how close the town is to the guided busway and Longstanton Park and Ride, indicating that this new settlement will slot neatly in with Cambridgeshire's existing infastructure.
Development of the new settlement is being delivered 'phases'. Phase one is currently concluding with phase two soon to start.
It is unknown when the entire project will be finished, although phase two is set to be completed by 2020.
Cllr Tim Wotherspoon, South Cambridgeshire District Council’s cabinet member for strategic planning, said they are hoping to get phase two underway as soon as possible.
"The next milestone will be the start of building work on the second phase of the site within the next couple of months.
"It will take many years for the new town to be fully built, but there is lots to look forward to, including the town centre, sports and community facilities and new primary and secondary schools."
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