Redevelopment plans for Chief Trading Post site in Oldland include 40 homes and a doctors’ surgery

Plans to redevelop the Chief Trading Post nurseries and farm shop site in Oldland Common have been unveiled, with 40 homes proposed, plus a doctors’ surgery and a learning disability residential centre.

The existing buildings and structures at Barry Road would be demolished to bring forward a new development which includes replacement premises for the businesses on the site.

A public consultation opens tomorrow and will run until 18th June.

The current Oldland High Street GPs surgery would relocate to a new centre with enhanced facilities.

The housing development would including affordable homes and bungalows. There would also be new public open space and enhanced landscaping to support wildlife and increased biodiversity, as well as improved road safety.

The scheme has been drawn up by Deeley Freed Estates who say it will replace what is currently an eyesore site with an attractive new development.

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