Pigeon – Burnham West Estate Mixed-Use Development – Buckinghamshire - Project Profile
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Pigeon Investment Management Ltd (Pigeon) is planning to build a mixed-use complex in South Bucks District, Buckinghamshire, England, the UK.
The project involves the construction of 213 homes comprising 10 sheltered housing bungalows. It includes the construction of 180 new care home, nursery, a children’s nursery, offices, a supermarket, a school, parking facilities, 3.4ha Business park, allotments and green infrastructure, medical center, food store and other related facilities and the re-design of Maldon Road.
In April 2014, Pigeon submitted plans to Maldon District Council (MDC) for the project development. Later, the plans were objected by the local residents, due which the plans were amended.
In June 2015, a revised downsized plan comprising 213 homes, 3.4ha Business park, 10 sheltered housing bungalows were submitted to the Maldon District Council. The scope was downsized as a result of local residents concern.
On April 06, 2016, Councillors voted to defer a decision on the plans to allow them to gather more information and make a site visit.
Pigeon is awaiting a decision from Maldon District Council.
The project involves the construction of a 213-homes mixed-use complex in west Burnham, South Bucks District, Buckinghamshire, England, the UK.
The US$160 million project includes the following: