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We are Calderpeel     
Calderpeel is an award-winning firm of architects and a RIBA Chartered Practice
From our offices in South Manchester and Surrey, our 40-strong team provides a range of services including concept design, planning, design delivery, urban design & masterplanning, project management and interior design / brand integration.
We are known nationally for our work across several industry sectors including bluelight, care, commercial, leisure, workspaces and residential - including superhomes and work for high net worth individuals.

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Since our formation 25 years ago, our business has been built on ‘thinking differently’ for our clients, designing buildings that enhance the way people live, work and play.  
By listening to clients’ needs at all levels, we’ve built close and long term relationships with individual, commercial and public sector clients across the UK. We’ve also created a reputation for innovative yet practical design that inspire people, not other architects. 

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The practice is fully ISO and IIP accredited and we are founding members of the RIBA student mentoring program. Two of our directors are past presidents of the Manchester Society of Architects and Ewen our managing director is also a RIBA national council member.
 
 

Middlewich

Middlewich ‘eyesore’ site to be redeveloped 

Cheshire East’s planning officers have recommended proposals by Henderson Homes and McCarthy & Stone for 85 houses and apartments on an “eyesore” site in Middlewich for approval.

The derelict site off Wheelock Street, behind the town’s Tesco superstore, is split into two parts: Henderson Homes will deliver the housing, while McCarthy & Stone is proposing a three-storey block of apartments for the over 55s.

Designed by architect Calderpeel, Henderson Homes’ plans include a mix of 14 two-bed homes and 17 three-bed homes, along with four one and two-bed apartments. This portion of the site will be accessed via St Ann’s Street.

McCarthy & Stone is putting forward a mix of one and two-bed apartments, while the ground floor of the block will also include three retail units fronting Wheelock Street. There will also be 40 car parking spaces, and a 6,500 sq ft communal garden for residents.

The scheme first went to Cheshire East’s Southern Planning Committee earlier this month, but a decision was deferred with members looking for more information on servicing the retail units, and on-site affordable provision.

It will return to committee next week with a recommendation to approve, with planning officers arguing the scheme would provide “economic benefits through the provision of employment during the construction phase, three new retail units to the Wheelock Street frontage at the ground floor of the McCarthy & Stone building, new residential units and benefits for local businesses in Middlewich by virtue of the economic activity associated with the new residents of the flats and houses”.

Four of the homes within Henderson’s part of the site will be offered as affordable, while planning officers added the proposals would “remove an eyesore site that is subject to anti-social behaviour and is detrimental to the amenity of the area”.

Cheshire East’s Southern Planning Committee will make a decision on the proposals on 3 April.

 

Cheshire East’s planning officers have recommended proposals by Henderson Homes and McCarthy & Stone for 85 houses and apartments on an “eyesore” site in Middlewich for approval.

The derelict site off Wheelock Street, behind the town’s Tesco superstore, is split into two parts: Henderson Homes will deliver the housing, while McCarthy & Stone is proposing a three-storey block of apartments for the over 55s.

Designed by architect Calderpeel, Henderson Homes’ plans include a mix of 14 two-bed homes and 17 three-bed homes, along with four one and two-bed apartments. This portion of the site will be accessed via St Ann’s Street.

McCarthy & Stone is putting forward a mix of one and two-bed apartments, while the ground floor of the block will also include three retail units fronting Wheelock Street. There will also be 40 car parking spaces, and a 6,500 sq ft communal garden for residents.

The scheme first went to Cheshire East’s Southern Planning Committee earlier this month, but a decision was deferred with members looking for more information on servicing the retail units, and on-site affordable provision.

It will return to committee next week with a recommendation to approve, with planning officers arguing the scheme would provide “economic benefits through the provision of employment during the construction phase, three new retail units to the Wheelock Street frontage at the ground floor of the McCarthy & Stone building, new residential units and benefits for local businesses in Middlewich by virtue of the economic activity associated with the new residents of the flats and houses”.

Four of the homes within Henderson’s part of the site will be offered as affordable, while planning officers added the proposals would “remove an eyesore site that is subject to anti-social behaviour and is detrimental to the amenity of the area”.

Cheshire East’s Southern Planning Committee will make a decision on the proposals on 3 April.

27 Mar 2019, 10:07

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