Opening in 2024
Botanical Place will be an independent community in the heart of West Byfleet. Think modern apartments and terraced gardens living alongside shops, cafés and restaurants, all anchored around a central public square. A vibrant open space that puts people, culture and wellbeing first.
Community within a community
Set in the heart of West Byfleet, Botanical place is a state of the art development which aims to seamlessly integrate with the existing community and amenities, and to change the perception of ‘retirement villages’ as we know it. It will offer 196 retirement apartments and has been expertly designed, featuring a café and restaurant, cinema screening room, and fully equipped gym and wellness centre, for residents and the wider community to share. It will also house a new central public square, local retail units and the town’s library.
Good for West Byfleet good for the planet
Botanical Place is the first of our new generation of sustainable, integrated in-town developments, close to existing amenities and services and at the heart of the thriving local community. Leading the way on building and operating sustainable places for people to live, Botanical Place will be a whole of life, net zero carbon development. Add this to the facilities on offer, the benefits of community living and promoting active and independent lifestyles, Botanical place gives people 65 years+ more choice when considering their retirement lifestyle.
Retirement is different for everyone
Your retirement is yours to do with as you please. At Botanical Place, you’ll have peace of mind knowing support is on hand from a dedicated onsite team if and when needed. Botanical Place will have a host of communal facilities as shown below.
We have the support you need now, or in the future, to ensure you can still live the life you choose surrounded by a true sense of community.
Care & Support
At Botanical Place you can relax knowing these options are available:
Getting to Botanical Place
West Byfleet has excellent transport links in and out: Local bus services and the train station will be just 5-10 minutes’ walk from Botanical Place. There is a direct train service into London Waterloo that takes around 30 minutes as well as links to the southwest, including Woking.
If you’re travelling by car, Botanical Place will also have car parking on site. There is easy access to the M25, A3 and M3.
In the centre of it all
When Botanical Place is built, it’s central position in West Byfleet means it cannot be missed! It will further enhance the existing community with its facilities, people and public areas, offering the residents and public everything they need on the doorstep, and a great place for friends and family to visit too.
Your retirement destination
West Byfleet has a local population of just under 6,000 people. Botanical place and the surrounding area presents a new option for locals and those who wish to move closer to family or friends in their later years. Rich in open spaces such as the nearby bowls club, children’s play area, allotments, boating club and golf course means there is always plenty to join in with. From the safety and security of living as a part of a close knit community with a range of interest groups, social clubs and communal spaces, it’s a place to simply be happy being you.
Built with the future in mind
We build communities of people, not bricks and mortar. Our green focus means we’ve laid building blocks for the future; from electric car hook ups to a beautifully landscaped public square. Sustainability and community is at our core.
For the nature lovers
You don’t have to tell those who live in and around West Byfleet about the outstanding beauty that surrounds them in leafy Surrey. Living in West Byfleet makes trips to Homewood, a National Trust property and Painshill with its stunning landscaped gardens, a doddle for residents and perfect for day trips with friends and family. The Basingstoke Canal and River Wey are easily accessible too.Disclaimer
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In recent weeks, the project's design team has been actively collaborating with the local Council's planning department. They've been diligently working on several minor modifications to the designs. Although individually these alterations may seem minor, collectively they are anticipated to significantly enhance the entire project.
Some of these changes are aimed at facilitating the construction process, crucial for maintaining the project's timeline. Additionally, adjustments to pathways along Station Approach are geared towards enhancing accessibility. These modifications are intended to benefit individuals with different needs, such as parents with pushchairs, individuals carrying heavy shopping loads, or those using wheelchairs, ensuring easier access to the new retail areas.
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