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Trafford Waters Development Receives Planning Approval for Bespoke Residential and Care Scheme

Trafford Waters, a Peel L&P mixed-use development, has received planning approval for a bespoke residential and nursing care scheme as part of its first wave of 350 homes. The larger development encompasses 3,000 homes. These include a primary school, hotels, offices, and a 20-acre public park, which has already secured outline planning permission.

Anna Ciesielska, Director of Montpelier Estates, expressed satisfaction with the planning decision. He stated: “We are very pleased with the planning decision to approve our bespoke residential and nursing care scheme at Trafford Waters.”

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Peel L&P’s mixed-use development to create a diverse and sustainable community

James Whittaker, executive director of Development at Peel L&P, emphasised the vision of creating an inclusive community at Trafford Waters. The development aims to provide diverse housing options. It will also have affordable and build-to-rent homes, open market homes, elderly living accommodations, and specialist care homes. Whittaker stated, “There will be something for everyone. Furthermore, Trafford Waters will be an exemplar in creating a sustainable mixed-tenure community.”

Trafford Waters is part of Peel L&P’s extensive waterfront regeneration portfolio, encompassing seven schemes across England and Scotland. Over the next 20 to 25 years, these projects aim to deliver 30,000 homes, approximately 10 million square feet of commercial space, and around 160 acres of public realm. The development aligns with Peel L&P’s commitment to transforming underutilised waterfront areas into vibrant and thriving communities.

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Kenneth Mwenda
Kenneth Mwenda
Kenneth Mwenda is a business and sports writer. He joined ConstructionReview in February 2019, where he contributes to writing construction news and projects. Kenneth graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree (Finance) from The Cooperative University of Kenya. He has over three years of experience in content writing.


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