Information event for Mayflower Court
The Abbeyfield Society has hosted an information sharing event about their new Extra Care Scheme currently being developed at Millbay.
Mayflower Court will be a beautiful development with supported living and extra care for 80 residents and shared spaces for community use.
The scheme is a key element of the Millbay Masterplan and will address the need for affordable housing for the community’s older people and those needing additional support.
Devised in partnership with Millbay’s lead developer, the English Cities Fund, Homes England and Plymouth City Council, the scheme will provide prospective residents with 24-hour on-site care, state-of-the-art facilities and a friendly, community-focused living environment.
The above image is a CGI of how the development could look.*
The wider Millbay regeneration project is an exciting mix of residential, leisure, business and retail development, with high quality public spaces and direct access to the waterfront. The English Cities Fund, which is leading the project, is a joint venture between Muse Developments, Legal and General and Homes England.
Considerable progress has already been made in delivering the vision for Millbay, with over £90 million of a planned £200 million invested in the area and a number of awards won for its high quality design, buildings and public spaces.
The first phase of a new boulevard, Isambard Brunel Way, aimed at connecting Millbay with Plymouth city centre – a long-held planning aspiration of Plymouth City Council – is already laid out. Millbay now has more than 400 new homes, new businesses, the new 1,000-pupil Plymouth School of Creative Arts, the 171-berth King Point Marina and the successful Dock Restaurant, all contributing to an increasingly busy and vibrant local community.
*Please note: Computer generated images (CGIs) and artists impressions are based on information available to the artist at the time image is created. They are not intended to be an accurate description of any specific property, its location or surrounding area. We do sometimes need to make changes to designs, features and finishes during the development and appearance may vary on completion.