Cheshunt Lakeside is set to become a vibrant new mixed-use community for Cheshunt.
Inland Homes is working in partnership with Broxbourne Borough Council to transform the site with 1,725 new homes, business space and new amenities including a new primary school.
The site along Delamare Road incorporates the former Tesco headquarters buildings. It is allocated within the Broxbourne Draft Local Plan as a key site for development.
The masterplan will not only deliver much-needed new homes but also community facilities and infrastructure that will bring lasting benefits to the local area.
Download masterplan and additional information here.
View of Cheshunt Lakeside from Windmill Lane
Cheshunt Lakeside will provide a number of local amenities including public landscaped spaces
View of Cheshunt Lakeside along Delamare Road
1,725 new homes in a range of sizes and tenures, including affordable housing, to suit a mix of residents.
19,000 sq. metres of brand new, flexible commercial space for businesses, including start-ups, helping to boost the local economy by up to £16m.
Delivery of a new two form entry primary and nursery school, meeting the needs of new and existing residents.
Protection of the green belt – delivering housing growth to support the area’s housing targets and saving up to 12.2 hectares of green belt land.
Investment in transport links with a new road, bus route and upgrades to Cheshunt railway station, as well as new cycle and pedestrian routes.
Up to 1,044 sq. metres of community space, providing a place for local groups to meet, use and socialise.
New landscaped spaces and pocket parks, with excellent pedestrian and cycle routes to the Lea Valley Regional Park.
Significant economic benefits include around 1,000 jobs on the completed site, 250 construction jobs with opportunities for locals, New Homes Bonus of £12m to help fund local priorities, and £28m a year in additional spending by new residents supporting the local economy.
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