Maylands Park Off Peter Destapleigh Way
Maylands Park, Off Peter Destapleigh Way, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 7FY
Maylands Park offers easy access to the M6 (via Junction 16, Barthomley exchange on the A500) and is just over 6 miles from Crewe, a vibrant business centre and a major junction on the West Coast mainline with services to London Euston, Liverpool Lime Street, Manchester, Chester, Stoke on Trent and Shrewsbury.
Once in place, HS2 services will call at Crewe with journey times to London cut to under one hour.
The development is located less than 2 miles from the growing market town of Nantwich (population 17,242, 2011 census). The popular town is well known for its historic listed buildings and has a wide range of amenities and facilities including a train station which sits on the Crewe to Shrewsbury Line. It is well served with supermarkets including M&S Food Hall, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Aldi and the centre offers a wealth of independent shops, bars and restaurants.
The proposed development has received outline planning permission for a scheme of housing and employment uses. Class E (a-c, e, f), F1 and sui generis uses and Class B2, B8 and E(g) uses. Full planning permission for new highway access road ref; 12/3746N and outline planning for residential development, local centre, employment development, etc. ref; 12/3747N.
The layout plan in these marketing particulars is indicative of the intended scheme that is to be submitted to Cheshire East Council for detailed planning permission. A development partner will be secured for the housing scheme together with occupiers for the business/employment uses. It is expected that development will commence in mid 2022.
- Mixed use opportunities to include retail, office, industrial and business uses.