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McCarthy & Stone given green light for Charlton Hayes developments

Posted on Sunday 20th August 2017 at 9:47 am by SH (Editor)

Plot MU5: Proposed south-east elevation (facing Hayes Way).

Following the recent decisions by South Gloucestershire Council to approve McCarthy and Stone’s Retirement Living and Retirement Living Plus (Extra Care) proposals for the development of vacant scrubland, known locally as plots MU5 and MU6, at Charlton Hayes, Simon Mantell, the firm’s regional managing director, commented:

“We are delighted that our plans for much-needed Retirement Living and Extra Care accommodation in Charlton Hayes and the wider Patchway area have been approved by South Gloucestershire Council, subject to the signing of a section 106 agreements.”

“McCarthy & Stone has consulted with the local community to produce a scheme that contributes to the wider, rapidly changing Charlton Hayes area. The permission will now see two landmark age-exclusive developments constructed on a gateway into Charlton Hayes and on a key route into Cribbs Causeway.”

He added:

“We would like to thank the community and South Gloucestershire Council for their support and look forward to making these plans a reality, with construction to begin on site in the next few months.”

Plots MU5 and MU6 and are located at the southern end of Charlton Boulevard, close to Hayes Way [see map].

Image: Plot MU5 proposed south-east elevation (facing Hayes Way).

Source: Press release issued on behalf of McCarthy & Stone.

Related links:

  • Planning application PT16/4975/F (plot MU6) | Erection of part three, part four storey building comprising of 60no. extra care apartments (Class C2 ) for the elderly…
  • Planning application PT16/4976/F (MU5) | Erection of a part three, part four and part two storey building comprising 42no. Retirement Living apartments…

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Information event for new Charlton Hayes primary school

Posted on Wednesday 12th July 2017 at 9:57 pm by SH (Editor)

Logo of the Endeavour Academy Trust.

The Endeavour Academy Trust is currently finalising plans for a new primary school on the Charlton Hayes development in Patchway. The new 420-place primary school is due to open in September 2019 to Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 children.

Photo of Neil Lankester.

The trust would like to give local residents the opportunity to meet the headteacher designate (Neil Lankester) and trust CEO (Barbara Daykin), see the emerging proposals and give their views before a final submission is made to South Gloucestershire Council.

The trust is holding a drop-in community information and feedback event, between 3pm and 5pm on Friday 14th July, at Patchway Community Centre, Rodway Road BS34 5PF.

Anyone unable to attend the event is invited to give their view on the name of the new school by visiting www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BDLL9FK

Related link: Invitation to Submit an Expression of Interest to open a new 420-place primary free school to serve new housing at Charlton Hayes (SGC, May 2016)

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McCarthy & Stone consults on Charlton Hayes proposals

Posted on Friday 8th July 2016 at 9:32 am by SH (Editor)

Artist's impression of proposed McCarthy & Stone development at Charlton Hayes.

Local residents gathered at an exhibition at Patchway Community Centre on 28th June 2016 to discuss proposals to develop two brownfield sites at Charlton Hayes with Retirement Living apartments and high-quality Assisted Living (Extra Care) accommodation. The sites are known as MU5 and MU6 and are located at the southern end of Charlton Boulevard, close to Hayes Way.

The exhibition was held by Your Life Management Services (a joint venture between McCarthy & Stone, the UK’s leading retirement housebuilder, and Somerset Care, a not-for-profit care provider).

The early proposals that were on display will, if approved, develop vacant brownfield land, which is allocated for development in the Charlton Hayes masterplan, with around 40 one- and two-bed Retirement Living apartments and 60 Assisted Living (Extra Care) accommodation units, along with professional landscaping and car parking for residents, visitors and care providers.

Local residents and senior community figures (including elected representatives of South Gloucestershire Council and Patchway Town Council) attended on the day to view the plans, meet the development team and provide initial feedback on the proposals, which are due to be submitted formally for consideration in the coming months.

The information displayed at the consultation event may now be viewed online here: Sites MU5 and MU6, Hayes Way, Charlton Hayes

Simon Mantell, McCarthy & Stone regional managing director, said:

“The public exhibition was an excellent opportunity for us to understand the views of the local community and I would like to take this opportunity to thank people for their constructive comments and questions.”

“We have worked hard to ensure our proposals represent a sensitive development which complements the local area with high-quality materials and a design that develops this vacant part of Charlton Hayes. We believe this site is an ideal location to provide much-needed Retirement Living and Assisted Living accommodation in South Gloucestershire, which will also assist in freeing up family homes for other residents living locally.”

More: Comments may be submitted up to Tuesday 12th July »

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Charlton Hayes Summer Fun Day on Saturday

Posted on Wednesday 10th June 2015 at 6:21 pm by SH (Editor)

Charlton Hayes Summer Fun Day on Saturday 13th June 2015.

Charlton Hayes residents are being invited to attend their summer fun day on Saturday (13th June). This is the third community fun day for residents of this rapidly expanding community. With over 900 homes occupied, the community fun day plays a vital role in getting residents together to help create shared memories.

At this year’s event, a wide variety of activities will be on offer, many of which are free, including the face painting, a bouncy castle and the World Jungle circus skills workshop. There will be opportunities to meet staff from Southern Brooks Community Partnerships, the local developmental charity whose community development worker has led in the organising of this fun day.

Residents will also meet Caitlin, who is running a cultivate project until the autumn to plant edible foods across the development; this is a great opportunity for residents to make a positive mark on their new community.

The fun day will run from 11am to 2pm and there will be performances throughout the event. As before, it will be located at The Temporary Green, Ringsfield Lane, Charlton Hayes BS34 5AQ.

More info: Summer Fun Day programme [PDF]

Related link: Charlton Hayes (The Journal)

Source: Press release from Southern Brooks Community Partnerships

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