Cala Homes (Chiltern) is to put its plans to develop Maidenhead Golf Course for 2,000 homes out for public consultation.

The Elizabeth Quarter plans will go on show online for two weeks from Thursday, November 24 with an in-person event that day and another two days later.

The site, south of the station and east of Braywick Sports Ground, will include new primary and secondary schools, along with community and healthcare facilities in a new local centre. In addition to an existing footpath that runs across the site, new cycle routes and pathways will be created.

It will have a 30 per cent proportion of affordable homes.

Andrew Aldridge, land director at Cala Homes (Chiltern), said: “We’re looking forward to sharing these exciting plans and discussing them with the local community at our consultation events.

“We understand this is a site that means a great deal to the local community. Our aim is to create a sensitive, landscape-led development, which retains and protects as many precious natural features as we can, opening access to green spaces for wider community enjoyment, while delivering the new homes Maidenhead desperately needs alongside community facilities, such as new schools.”

He added: “We’re committed to delivering homes within sustainable communities, and that is what we aim to do here by providing community facilities alongside a range of new housing. The site has been allocated in the borough Local Plan for the purposes of providing much-needed homes in the local area, as well as new schools and a local centre.

“We look forward to hearing from residents during the consultation and welcome feedback on our plans to help us deliver a high-quality scheme, which complements the local area.”

The two in-person events at Maidenhead Library, St Ives Road at:

  • 2.30pm until 7pm on Thursday, November 24
  • 10.30am until 2.30pm on Saturday, November 26

Members of Cala’s project team will be on hand to discuss plans and answer questions.

Details will be at from Thursday, November 24 until Thursday, December 7.

The team can be contacted at 020 3398 1590 or

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