• Connected neighbourhoods for employment, housing and schools
  • Community stewardship enabling local governance
  • Safe and supportive environments
  • Multi-use facilities for community groups and services
  • Connection to existing communities
  • Inward investment and growth
  • Modern business park environment
  • High speed IT connections
  • Accommodation for local employers
  • Construction and infrastructure training
  • New primary and secondary schools with high speed IT connections
  • Located within the community
  • Modern premises with extensive sports pitches and outdoor learning
  • Opportunity for specialist academy
  • Training linkages to local employment
  • New housing to meet local need
  • Local styles reflecting Cheltenham heritage
  • Focus on family housing
  • Provision for key workers, retired living and first time buyers
  • Safe and secure neighbourhoods
  • New outdoor space to play, exercise and relax
  • Network of footpaths, jogging routes and cycleways
  • Children’s play areas and sports pitches
  • Parks and informal open space areas
  • Connections to surrounding countryside
  • Energy efficient homes and offices
  • Managed drainage to avoid flooding
  • Park & ride facility linked to modern rapid bus service
  • Protection of existing habitats and creation of new ones
  • IT connections to enable more sustainable living

Welcome

Bloor Homes and Persimmon Homes are working together on proposals for Elms Park at North West Cheltenham, a mixed use development located on land north of Tewkesbury Road (A4019) between the Kingsditch Trading Estate and Uckington, that could deliver much needed business space, jobs and up to 4,500 essential new homes for Cheltenham, Tewkesbury and the surrounding area.

This website explores the reasoning behind why such a development is necessary in Cheltenham, details of the proposals and how it would benefit the community and the economy.

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