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McCarthy and Stone: retirement complex will be good for the town

McCarthy and Stone

Last week we revealed the news of a planning application from McCarthy and Stone for a retirement complex at Crown Wharf in the town. You can read our article HERE, which featured many views against the proposed development. McCarthy & Stone have responded with their own press release, in which they say that 73% of respondents to their consultation on the development last ...

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Crown Wharf retirement complex plan submitted

Crown Wharf

A planning application for a 31-apartment retirement complex at Crown Wharf in Stone has been submitted to Stafford Borough Council. The scheme by McCarthy & Stone would deliver 31 retirement living apartments in a “three-and-a-half storey” development off Crown Street, right next door to Canal Cruising Company. The proposed development would consist of 10 one-bed and 21 two-bed apartments, with 24 car parking spaces. Communal ...

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What a waste of Crown Wharf

An artist's impression of the retirement complex at Crown Wharf

Developer McCarthy & Stone revealed their plans for a retirement complex at Crown Wharf on Thursday – but surely a complex like this is a real waste of a prime, canalside site in the town? That’s certainly the view of prominent members of the boating community in Stone, who see Crown Wharf as the final opportunity to use the canal ...

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Crown Wharf plans go on show in Stone

McCarthy and Stone

Plans for retirement flats at Crown Wharf in Stone will be revealed at a public exhibition on Thursday 17th July. Developer McCarthy & Stone is looking to build 33 apartments for older residents on the land off Crown Street, next to Canal Cruising Company. A public exhibition of the plans will be held at Christ Church Centre from 3pm to ...

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We’re committed to Crown Wharf says county councillor

Stone’s county councillor today said the county is still committed to the Crown Wharf project in the town, after town councillors voted to return money raised for the project if plans don’t move forward by the end of the year. Local county councillor Philip Jones, along with Mark Winnington, the county council’s Cabinet member for assets and performance, reiterated their ...

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