The developer has now appointed Adam Architecture to design and submit a detailed planning application for phases one and two of the scheme, which comprise of 146 homes, including 26% affordable housing.
Inland Homes plans to submit the reserved matters applications in the early new year.
ADAM Architecture specialises in traditional design, with a strong track record of designing new housing developments across the country that sensitively complement their setting and local heritage.
Wilton Park is Inland Homes’ flagship development and will deliver 350 homes 1,700sq m of commercial space, a big public park and sports pitches and facilities for Beaconsfield Town Football Club youth teams.
Inland Homes will also complete the final section of the A355 Beaconsfield relief road, easing traffic flow in the local area.
In addition to the consented plans, there are provisional proposals for further development on the site which could provide a further 250 homes and 200,000 sq ft of commercial space.
Stephen Wicks, group chief executive at Inland Homes, said: “The scheme will be traditional and spectacular, and we are excited about the prospect of creating a new landmark destination for Buckinghamshire.”