Quantum has successfully gained planning consent to develop a new hotel and extra care development in Sherborne in Dorset. Quantum acquired the site of the former Sherborne Hotel in 2015 and since then has worked hard to design and deliver detailed plans to build 119 extra care houses and apartments and a new 24 bedroom hotel for the town.
West Dorset District Council granted planning permission at their planning committee meeting on Thursday 16thNovember 2017. The scheme’s approval follows months of direct consultation including public exhibitions with local residents, businesses, key stakeholders and West Dorset District Council with Quantum’s community engagement and planning teams.
Work on the site is due to start in 2018, and Quantum will be setting up a Construction Liaison Group with local residents to communicate the plans and progress and to address any concerns that may arise during construction.
Lyngford House, Priorswood
Planning consent was approved on 12th September 2018 for the development of the 4 acre, Lyngford House site which Quantum acquired from NHS Property Services in early 2017.
The proposals cover the redevelopment of the whole site and include the conversion of the Grade II listed Lyngford House and the associated historic cottages (coach house and stables) into 36 extra care housing and 9 extra care apartments.
The development will provide much needed affordable housing for people over 55, designed for independent living in a safe and secure environment and include communal facilities with activity rooms, communal lounges, treatment and dining rooms. In addition, there will be communal and private gardens for residents.
Quantum have successfully acquired planning approval to build and develop a 76 en suite bedroom, specialist residential, dementia and nursing care home in Redhill, Surrey.
This will enable the regeneration of a previously run-down children’s centre into an exceptional centre of care that aims to enrich the lives of our residents with safety, care and companionship.
Reigate and Banstead Council granted planning permission on 19th December 2018. This was a result of months of extensive community engagement and meticulous architectural designs. One of the local councillors remarked; “This application is marvellous, and we should approve and support this application. The level of support is amazing, and we should take our hats off to the developer for providing this much needed facility.”
We look forward to starting work on the site and getting it off the ground in 2019.
Great Oaks, Bournemouth
This purpose-built 80-bed care home, is located within an impressive woodland setting. Designed in appreciation of its surroundings, with 180 degree views, the care home provides residents with a sense of independent place; vital in enhancing their wellbeing and preserving the landscapes character.
Monterey and Fairmile Grange, Christchurch
The Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Quantum Group have a joint venture to design, build and operate an 80-bedroom specialist care home and to build and sell 35 retirement living apartments; all within the NHS Trust’s hospital campus. The value created from this unique partnership also delivers a range of new and improved hospital services and facilities, including a new GP surgery and hospital pharmacy, securing a bright new future for Christchurch Hospital.
Quantum purchased this elevated hillside site with planning consent for 14 apartments and through an extensive local community engagement and planning campaign went on to achieve planning consent for 50 assisted living apartments. Each of the apartments has stylish, generous-sized rooms and many have south-facing balconies overlooking the spectacular vista of Poole Harbour, Sandbanks and beyond.
Transformation of a former four storey commercial office building into a contemporary, integrated retirement community. Over seven floors, 50 assisted living apartments sit above a ground floor commercial offering of retail, leisure and dining. Close to town centre amenities and with access to additional low-cost services, the development offers residents supportive community living, as well as lower running costs, greater health and wellbeing.
Acquired from NHS Property Services, this 6.5-acre former hospital site in the centre of the cathedral city of Salisbury, had suffered many years of neglect and planning objections. Quantum’s community team engaged face-to-face with thousands of local residents, community groups and Councillors. Their approach resulted in an unprecedented 832 letters of support for the application and unanimous consent to regenerate the gateway site; one of the largest schemes in the city’s recent memory. This mixed-use development is centred on providing affordable retirement living within c. 180 new dwellings and also includes a restaurant, retail units, the refurbishment of two Grade II listed buildings and new garden squares. View the proposed plans for the remaining 3 phases of the regeneration of The Old Manor site here.
Quantock House, Paul Street
Our vision is to revitalise the area on Paul Street where the old DEFRA office block was situated. We will provide 88 extra care apartments on this site, within an iconic building that will become a great landmark for the town centre. Plans include rooftop gardens, private outdoor areas for residents and the installation of public art. On the ground floor, there will be communal facilities for both residents and members of the public to enjoy.
East Cliff, Bournemouth
A brilliant vision to regenerate Bournemouth’s East Cliff, planning consent has been granted to consolidate three redundant hotels occupying 2.25 acres. With 121 assisted living apartments and a sea facing luxury 90 bed hotel, with state of the art conference facilities, the scheme will create a new retirement, leisure and business community, on one of the finest pieces of south coast real estate. Quantum’s visionary design proposal is based on a deep understanding of the local area and the essential need for key areas of the borough to be regenerated with high quality residential and hotel properties. Fully compliant with local policy and strategy, the design and architecture is sensitive to both Bournemouth’s heritage and conservation area location. The application went to committee with the Planning Officer’s recommendation to approve. Consent was achieved for 3 new replacement buildings, including complete clearance and landscaping of the site.
Hamble Heights, Fareham
Situated in this small gateway site to Park Gate, Fareham, initially a 3,000 sqft site accommodating 2 bungalows, Quantum designed and built this state-of-the-art 60-bedroom care home, achieving a maximised development of 35,000 sqft. Encore Care Group now runs the specialist dementia care operations within the home, which has a CQC rating: GOOD.
Homefield Park, Christchurch
Homefield Park is a private gated retirement living and care development, set around an acre of village green, mature trees and open parkland. Built within the grounds of a previously disused private school grounds the design and layout of the development compliments and enhances the the surrounding local conservation area. A Georgian listed building was creatively refurbished as modern apartments, in addition to 24 individually designed 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses, set alongside a 60-bedroom care home for the elderly.
Land East of Memorial Hall, Brundall
A new neighbourhood for Brundall, creating a community of beautifully and imaginatively designed homes, the site is set within a generous country park landscape, with extensive views over parkland and countryside, towards historic Blofield.
Owls Nest, Pembury
Located adjacent to the Tunbridge Wells Hospital at Pembury, a planning application has been submitted for a 76-bedroom elderly care home and 20 extra care lodges.
Former ICL Private Ground, Teddington
This 12.8 acre site in the Borough of Richmond, was formerly Imperial College London’s private sports ground. Our intention is to design a mixed-use residential and elderly care scheme centered around new and improved sports, leisure, health and wellbeing facilities for use by all in the community. Read more about our proposal here.