Graylingwell Park development retirement home plans have been submitted


The application is a reserved matters approval case for a Retirement Living Plus program with associated facilities and parking on Palmers Field on the site of Graylingwell Hospital College in Chichester.

The Retirement Living Plus program consists of: 36 one-bedroom apartments, 28 two-bedroom apartments, a waste and recycling store, a mobility scooter, a bistro and dining area with associated kitchen, lounge, accommodation for staff and guests, a lobby, reception and office, 42 parking spaces in total, landscaped garden and other associated facilities.

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The new access point has been carefully considered to ensure the correct visibility flares are achieved for vehicles using the site, minimizing disruption to current and future traffic flow along Palmers Field Avenue.

Care home plans for Graylingwell Park development have been submitted.

Elevations facing the road will be three storeys with an additional storey set back from the road elevations.

The main entrance to the building will be located facing Palmers Field Avenue with easy and direct links to the parking lot and will be “easily identified by users and visitors”.

The trash and mobility scooter stores are both located along Palmers Field Avenue between the building’s main entrance and the parking lot, allowing easy access for maintenance and moving residents around when using scooters of mobility.

Other common facilities are located next to the main entrance, including the residents’ lounge, bistro, guest suite, lounge, accessible washrooms and elevator.

Development plans for 200 homes at Graylingwell Park in Chichester had been approved with S106 approval in 2016.

To view the full application visit the Chichester District Council planning portal using the reference: 22/01501/REM

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