Cala Homes (Chiltern) will start its second phase of public consultation on up to 2,000 homes in Maidenhead on Tuesday, February 21.

Its Elizabeth Quarter scheme will redevelop Maidenhead Golf Course into homes, green space and community infrastructure including new primary and secondary schools. A 30 per cent proportion of the homes will be affordable.

Andrew Aldridge, land director at Cala (Chiltern), said: “Building on our first phase of public consultation held towards the end of last year, we’re excited to be sharing more detailed proposals for Elizabeth Quarter. This second phase of consultation will provide residents with another opportunity to view our plans and provide their feedback ahead of the planning application being submitted in the Spring.

“The need for affordable housing has never been greater and Elizabeth Quarter will provide everything that a community needs to thrive – new homes, a public park, schools and a new local centre – as well as bringing knock-on benefits to businesses and the wider community across the town.

“Since our last consultation, we have met with members of the Maidenhead Great Park Campaign Group to listen to their concerns. A key development from our dialogue with the group and the council is Cala’s ambition to create an organisation to hold the woodland and greenspaces in trust, ensuring its protection for future generations.”

The detailed proposals will be available to view during two public consultation events at St. Mary’s Church, SL6 1YY from:

  • 4pm until 8pm on Tuesday, February 21
  • 10am until 2pm on Saturday, February 25

The scheme’s website at will run from Tuesday, February 21 until Tuesday, March 7.

The team can be contacted on 020 3398 1590 or at

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