Proposals are being brought forward to deliver an exciting new integrated care village in Chelford, set in landscaped gardens, parkland and woodland. The plans propose a brand new care home accommodating 60 care beds and 14 additional close care units in a new “village” centre, replacing Holly Tree House. 72 additional extra care apartments, suitable for older people looking to downsize, but with access to ‘care on tap’, will also be created within its grounds. The accommodation will be targeted at those aged 60+.
The proposals will deliver a number of wider community benefits, such as the creation of two woodland walkways to the north of Holly Tree House, set either side of an existing bridle path. A new safe footpath will also be created on Pepper Street, running from the site to Knutsford Road (A537), allowing local residents to explore the nearby countryside more safely.
This website contains information about our proposals and ways in which you can provide your feedback.
We are fully committed to engaging with the public in relation to these proposals. Before a planning application is submitted to Cheshire East Council, we want to hear your views. All feedback received will be considered and will help shape the final scheme.
You can tell us what you think about the plans by completing an online feedback form.
Many thanks for taking the time to visit our website.
The public consultation on the proposals to transform Holly Tree House into a state-of-the-art retirement and integrated care village has now closed.
We wanted to take this opportunity to thank all those who participated in the consultation process. Over 3,400 people visited our website to learn more about our exciting plans and we are grateful for those who engaged with us and provided their comments.
Our website is still open for you to learn more about the plans and please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have further questions.