Trinity Gardens, McCarthy Stone, p BECG

McCarthy Stone has launched a public consultation on the plans for 54 retirement apartments. Credit: via BECG

McCarthy Stone unveils plans for 54 retirement homes

The senior-living developer is asking for public feedback on its proposals for a three-storey complex at Trinity Gardens in Davenport.

Designed by TDC Arch Design, the scheme would deliver 54 retirement apartments with access to a 24-hour emergency call service.

McCarthy Stone would manage and operate the complex, which would also feature a residents’ lounge, balcony terrace, and landscaped gardens.

Residents, staff, and visitors would also be provided with 40 car parking spaces, including four disabled bays.

Ian Wilkins, Northern divisional managing director at McCarthy Stone, said: “The site is ideally located with public transport links to local shops and amenities nearby, as well as connections across the region.

“Our proposals for Davenport will help to address a demand for retirement accommodation in the area, providing housing choice for older people, whilst freeing up the wider housing market for local families and first-time buyers further down the chain in an area with high demand for these types of homes.”

The consultation on the plans will run until the 27 June and can be accessed at

Plans are not yet available to view on Stockport Council’s planning portal.

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As a resident of Trinity Gardens I am very concerned about parts of your plans. I do not agree with their being rear access to the property on the grounds that the road itself is quiet narrow and could impact on the existing properties parking spaces and privacy. If people visiting your development where to park on the road it would make it very difficult for home owners to get to their property this has happened in the past with functions at the church and COVID clinics .

By Y Ardern

I agree with the comments made re access to the site as it would cause problems for existing residents as the road is narrow and there is only one way in and out. The planned retirement apartments I believe will enhance the area and are in keeping with the already existing over 60’s development. It is the rear planned access which is cause for concern.

By Anonymous

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