Trafford Waters care home Montpelier Estates p.Peel

The scheme would offer tailored dementia care. Credit: Peel L&P

Montpelier tables Trafford Waters care home plan 

Having consulted on the plans last month, the healthcare provider has submitted an application for an 82-home facility within Peel L&P’s £1bn masterplan. 

Montpelier Estates’ care home is aimed specifically at people living with dementia. 

The scheme would offer tailored dementia care as well as a range of facilities including a bistro café, hair salon, cinema, rooftop garden, and space for community events, relaxation and exercise. 

“We’re delighted to be working with Peel L&P again to deliver this high-quality, much-needed home for the elderly in the thriving location at Trafford Waters,” said Anna Ciesielska, director of Montpelier Estates. 

“We understand that a decision to move to a care home is difficult for residents and their families. That’s why our developments are highly focused on creating spaces where people really want to spend their time and live, where they feel reassured, empowered, and cared for, while allowing them to remain independent with good links to the community and local facilities.” 

The homes are part of the first tranche of 350 to come forward at Trafford Waters. Also planned is an 83-home development being brought forward by Trafford Housing Trust. 

Peel L&P has outline planning permission to deliver 3,000 homes, a 20-acre public park, a primary school, hotels, and offices at Trafford Waters over the next 20 years. 

James Whittaker, Peel L&P’s executive director of development added: “Infrastructure work is well underway at Trafford Waters and we’re pleased to see plans submitted for the second residential scheme alongside affordable homes for shared ownership. 

“We want to create a sustainable mixed tenure community at Trafford Waters with a quality housing offer and Montpelier Estates’ proposed care home is an excellent addition to this offer to support Trafford with specialist housing needs alongside large areas of public realm.”

IDPartnership is the architect and NJL is the planning consultant.


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