INTRODUCTION THE VISION HALTON HEALTHY NEW TOWN WELCOME

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1 WELCOME INTRODUCTION Castlefields Welcome and thank you for visiting this exhibition on the emerging Masterplan. The Slopes Halton Village is one of ten demonstrator sites across the UK chosen to represent a cross-section of new housing developments in England as part of the Healthy New Towns Programme. These sites were chosen to rethink how health and care services can be delivered. The programme presents an opportunity to relink planning and health to create healthier places through good quality placemaking, uniting public health, NHS providers, commissioners, planning and housing development. Halton Lodge ASDA Shopping City Trident Retail Park Hallwood Park East Lane House Town Park The Uplands The Masterplan and Delivery Strategy aims to create a framework set around a vision for regeneration with health and well-being at the heart of the proposals. Halton General Hospital Palace Fields The emerging Masterplan identifies opportunities connected with the Halton Hospital and Well-being Campus, alongside potential new development sites. It considers transport and movement issues, examines the landscape and looks to see how the assets within Halton Lea and its surroundings can be best used to the advantage of those that live, work and visit there. The Masterplan builds on work to date as part of the Healthy New Town Programme and will help support the ongoing vision to create a vibrant place to live. Beechwood Hallwood Estate The Glen THE STUDY AREA THE VISION Halton Lea will be a thriving vibrant town centre that provides for the needs of the community, and supports a wider area where all people young and old can enjoy a good quality of life in a healthy, sustainable, modern urban environment. Building At the heart of the proposals is a new Hospital and Open space Wellbeing Road Centre. Warrington and Halton Site Location Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Rail line have Water been working with Dwg architects Nº: A4294_001 Rev: Gilling - Dod to create a Drawn:RK Checked:LW Date: 26/09/17 concept masterplan for this. The plans are based around the retention of the Cheshire and Merseyside Treatment Centre, the re-provision of the existing services (including Brooker Centre services) and additional services and facilities. The new centre is proposing to include a health & wellbeing facility, incorporating an intermediate and rehabilitation centre, a leisure facility, a community and arts & craft centre, and a range of housing types including multi-generational housing, a nursing home and nursery. It will offer opportunities for the local community to learn and develop their skills in order to help them to fulfil their potential. It will create opportunities for the community to increase local wealth and equality, supported by a thriving business community within a safer, stronger and more attractive neighbourhood. It will boost health and well-being within the community through increased opportunities for the community to be active and engaged. HALTON HOSPITAL SITE ( GILLING DOD)

2 HALTON HEALTHY NEW TOWN STUDY AREA ASSESSMENT BASELINE ASSESSMENT: CURRENT STATE HNT study area Open space Open space Dense vegetation Residential Conservation area Retail Grade II* listed building Education Grade II listed building Hospital campus Poor quality access to green space Leisure use Vacant site Office / employment use Dated, underused hospital buildings to be relocated Vacant Community use Active frontage and surveillance Public house / restaurant Barrier to movement Takeaway Crime hotspots Public house Public art Other (retail) LAND USE PLACEMAKING ANALYSIS THE PLANS SHOWS THAT THE USES ARE SEGREGATED, AND SEPERATED BY GENEROUS GREEN WEDGES THAT CREATE BARRIERS TO MOVEMENT. THERE IS LIMITED COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR GATHERING Mature landscape buffer to major road network. Existing surfaced path network, unkempt, fly-tipping, lacking surveillance THE PLAN SHOWS THAT THE TOWN CENTRE IS INWARD FACING WITH LIMITED FRONTAGE AT STREET LEVEL. THE HISTORIC VILLAGE TO THE NORTH IS DISCONNECTED FROM THE CENTRE AND ARRIVAL TO HALTON IS POORLY DEFINED Expressway School grounds and playing fields Primary route Incidental POS in residential areas Secondary route Secluded meadow and woods Bus route High quality, mature wooded stream valley degraded by fly-tipping Car park access POS - equipped recreational ground (MUGA, skate park, play area), lacking surveillance,rank long grass to large area discourages access Inaccessible scrubland Mature landscape buffer to major road network inaccessible Ponds, well-maintained and attractive, fenced off and inaccessible Incidental mature landscape, screening features, footpath network POS - Equipped play area, junior football pitches, well maintained Dense wooded slopes - inaccessible Mature tree boulevard, visually attractive, hostile to pedestrians!. Cemetery - mature, well maintained, peaceful, military memorial Town park, mature, featureless, lacking facilities, footpath links, pond Land of Hallwood Park LWS - woodland mostly felled!. Historical bat roost Minor watercourse LANDSCAPE ANALYSIS TRANSPORT MOVEMENT ANALYSIS THE PLAN SHOWS THAT THERE IS A WEALTH OF GREEN SPACE TYPES IN THE AREA AND THAT AREAS SUCH AS THE GLEN PRESENT AN OPPORTUNITY FOR IMPROVEMENT AS BOTH AN ASSET AND FOR SUPPORTING ECOLOGY IN THE AREA THE AREA IS SEGREGATED BY ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE AND THE CAR DOMINATES. PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLE ROUTES ARE LIMITED AND ARE SEGREGATED FROM THE STREET LEVEL, THIS IMPACTS ON PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT IN THE AREA

3 PROPOSED MASTERPLAN OBJECTIVES Social Healthy people and places - Enabling a healthier community through improvements to support increased opportunities for physical exercise, access to good quality public spaces, engagement with food growing and reconnection with local heritage Inclusive and a sense of community -Inclusive design will provide for the needs of all ages, and those with additional needs. Creating new activity focused spaces and a welcoming environment will bring people together, fostering a sense of community Halton Healthy New Town Square - an inclusive space for events and socialising Healthy New Town Square and gateway to Halton Lea Community gardens and growing space Edible landscapes, foraging trails and activity points Public art connecting north - south, reengaging people into spaces Reconnecting neighbourhoods through infill development, reducing isolation Environmental Safe, welcoming streets and places - Attractive and well designed for all modes and will increase use by pedestrians and cyclists. Perceptions of safety will be enhanced through natural surveillance and increased maintenance. Connections and legible routes Attractive, usable green infrastructure - Attractive gateways and usable areas enhanced through the provision of new features or activities. Within the town centre core the area will be enhanced, through the use of greening and creation of new spaces Linking spaces through health trails and improved on street landscaping - New Town Park Gateway Removal of dual carrriageways subways and creation of safe and accessible overground crossings Linear parkways along East Lane and West Lane Signposting and wayfinding through street materials - engaging all users Lighting of spaces - at Shopping City along Fourth Avenue Ecology improvement area at the Glen Economic Mixed use development north of Shopping City Sites providing frontage onto green space A diverse, successful town centre - support a wide range of retail, commercial and community activity, including an improved evening economy and leisure offer. An attractive destination with an increasing residential population to further boost activity New town centre gateway to create leisure hub Popular residential developments catering for a range of occupants - A range of tenures to cater for individuals through to large families, attracting new people to the area and diversifying the local economy. Buildings and spaces will be well designed support improved connections between the existing neighbourhoods and town centre New and allocated residential sites Residential development to support social and economic diversity Development of vacant or under used sites

4 PROPOSED MASTERPLAN MASTERPLAN PROPOSALS The emerging Halton Healthy New Town masterplan creates an overarching plan to what the transformation of Halton Lea could look like. Projects are numbered and described on the following board. Further to this a number of key areas have been looked at in more detail and indicative visuals prepared on the final boards Proposed residential Proposed leisure Proposed mixed use Proposed retail extension Public realm improvements Improved pedestrian / cycle link Proposed community gardens Proposed health trail activity Intermediate care & rehabilitation Hospital and Wellbeing facility Community & leisure facility Multi-generational residential Private residential Nursing home & nursery Multi-story car park Draft Masterplan Dwg Nº: A4294_020 Rev: - Drawn:RK Checked:LW Date: 09/04/18 WYG Environment Planning Transport Limited Registered in England Number: Proposed residential Proposed leisure Proposed mixed use Proposed retail extension Public realm improvements Intermediate care & rehabilitation Hospital and Wellbeing facility Community & leisure facility Multi-generational residential Private residential Draft Masterplan Improved pedestrian / cycle link Nursing home & nursery

5 PROPOSED MASTERPLAN & KEY PROJECTS MASTERPLAN PROJECTS SHORT TERM (up to 5 years) MEDIUM TERM (5 - years) Community Gardens - gardens with growing space, seating and natural play areas Health Trail - a way-marked pedestrian and cycle friendly trail linking around the town centre and adjoining residential areas to encourage activity. Foraging along the trail is encouraged by edible planting such as fruit trees and herbs Health Trail Activity - areas along the health trail where activity is encouraged through equipment or actions Town Park Gateway - New attractive and opened up entrance way to Town Park, creating a new urban space that connects to the town centre and bridges into the wider Town park area Castle View Residential conversion - the conversion of this former office block to residential accommodation is now underway Hospital and Well-being Campus - re-provision of hospital and Brooker Centre services in new campus with additional health services such as step down care and rehabilitation provided. Site proposed to include a leisure centre, a community hub, a multi-storey car-park, a nursing home, a nursery and residential accommodation to include multi-generational housing. Whilst this project is proposed to start in the short term we anticipate delivery of the campus to be within the longer term timescale The Glen - an improved area to support ecology and biodiversity with woodland trail and improvement to subway linking to cycle route 562 under the expressway Glen Residential - emerging allocation for residential development and the inclusion of play area Second Avenue Square - Mixed use / residential area accommodating existing uses through retention or relocation, and new residential development way - removal of subway, and replacement with over ground crossing and new entrance way to link the town centre and The Slopes open space way Residential - new homes to link the village and town centre, to create a safe and accessible link to the town centre. This extends the emerging housing allocation but retains a green corridor at the way frontage Linear Parkways - creation of linear parkways along East Lane and West Lane, supporting cycle and pedestrian movement. The parkways will include natural play equipment, sensory areas, and activity areas as part of the Health Trail Halton Gateway Square - a new public space and leisure area to provide a new public space for gathering and social activity, it will create a new arrival experience to Halton Lea East Lane Residential - the former East Lane House and Territorial Army campus initially will provide a residential opportunity with further sites to the south of Crown Gate to be drawn in later Hallwood Residential - new homes to link the existing community to the town centre via a new entrance into Trident retail park Trident Square - enhancement of the public space to create a focus for activity within the retail park Creative lighting scheme to Fourth Avenue to create a more attractive space LONG TERM ( + years) Flyover removal - the removal of the flyovers to create level access to buses which would still operate within designated lanes New entrances to Shopping City to create access from street level to support movement around the town centre at street level enabling the removal of the pedestrian bridges Hallwood Link Road - downgrading of dual to single carriageway to enable development to front street Hallwood Link Residential - emerging allocation for residential extended to the street frontage of Hallwood Link Road Hallwood Edge Residential - emerging allocation for the extension of Hallwood Park residential area 1. HALTON HEALTHY NEW TOWN GATEWAY SQUARE 1 A new arrival to Halton Lea is created through a new town square, supporting the enhancement of the existing leisure economy. Located in proximity to the cinema, the new leisure and retail space would also support the evening economy and be orientated towards creating a family friendly environment through restaurant and cafe provision

6 2 HALTON HEALTHY NEW TOWN KEY PROPOSALS: NEW TOWN SQUARE 22. EAST LANE LINEAR PARKWAY B East Lane is downgraded from a dual carriageway to a single carriageway to create a linear parkway. This 1 for pedestrian / cycle activity at all times of day with eyes on the will be an attractive and safe environment street being provided through new residential development on the former East Lane house site. 5 / 11. NORTHWAY RESIDENTIAL 11 Residential allocation Health trail activity Surplus NHS land for residential development Community gardens Play space / open space Health and Wellbeing Campus Town Park gateway WYGdevelopment Environment Planning Residential site Transport Limited Registered in England Number: Shopping Centre frontage extension Mixed use development Ecology improvement area Public realm / infrastructure improvement Preferred Option Bus stop Dwg Nº: A4294_018 Rev: A Busway at ground level Drawn:RK Checked:LW Date: 07/0/18 National cycle route 562 Health trail The connection between the town centre and the historic village to the7500north improved viawww.wyg.com the Slopes Single carriageway Proposed Town Square Public square / focal area Linear park green space. Following the subway removal the pedestrian / cycle connection is improved via an at grade crossing to connect over way, and new homes are provided to support eyes on the street. This will create a well lit and safe space for use at all times of day, reconnecting the village to the town centre. A green corridor is retained through the area to connect into Town Park to the east. Key pedestrian / cycle movement Rev: Date: 09/04/18 _ A y New Town plan THANK YOU FOR VISITING We would appreciate your comments, please complete a response form before you leave. A copy of these exhibition boards and an online response form can also be accessed at:

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