Alderhey development

Alderhey Statement…
What we’ll do with the old hospital

We’ll demolish the old hospital, recycling around 95% of the material. We’ll transform the site into new parkland, handing back to the community the green space we ‘borrowed’ for the new Alder Hey.

See full Stement and video here

Information from the Architects here

As the complex is built, the parkland will be replaced so that the same amount of green space will be left but it will be better organised.

Echo Article here  Daily Mail article here

A complete turn around on what is planned!

Health bosses want to build homes and commercial space alongside park at former hospital site

Echo Article here

ALDER HEY HOUSING OBJECTIONS AND COMMENTS:
An alternative to writing to the city council planning department by Royal Mail or attempting the unreliable Planning Explorer site is to send an e-mail. 

The e-mail address is planningandbuildingcontrol@liverpool.gov.uk.

It is essential to put in subject box: "FAO Victoria Vaughan-Williams. Ref 16O/2940. Unique ID: 3217560."

This is notice to send in your objections for the planned development on the former Alderhey hospital site. This site was promised with plans drawn to return the whole site back to a park for the community and patients to enjoy. This promise seems to have been forgotten by the trust!

Enquiries to: Victoria Vaughan-Williams
Contact No: 0151 233 3021
Application Ref: 16O/2940
Unique ID: 3217560 (Please quote at all times)
Date: 06 January 2017

Former Alder Hey Hospital, Eaton Road, Liverpool, L12 2AP

PROPOSAL:
To redevelop former hospital site for up to 424 dwellings. 2,500sqm commercial/retail floorspace. 800sqm D1 and D2 floorspace. Minimum of 30 car parking spaces for use by Ronald McDonald House and associated works.
I am writing to let you know that I have received the above-mentioned application on behalf of Alder Hey Children's NHS Foundation Trust. The Council wishes to make people aware of the development and receive comments before deciding whether or not to grant permission.

The application including forms and plans are available online using the Planning Explorer at www.liverpool.gov.uk.

If you wish to discuss the application with the case officer, you must make an appointment by telephoning or emailing as per the contact details below.
 
If you have any comments to make on this application, you should write as soon as possible to ensure they are received not later than 27 January 2017 quoting the above application reference number and unique ID. Comments can also be made online up to the date stated using the Planning Explorer as above. Only comments relating to planning considerations will be taken into account in reaching a decision. Please note that any comments sent can be seen by members of the public, including the applicant. Due to the large volume of comments received we are not able to acknowledge any comments received

In the event of an appeal against a refusal of planning permission, for a householder application only, which is to be dealt with on the basis of representations in writing, any representations made about this application will be sent to the Secretary of State, and there will be no further opportunity to comment at appeal stage.

Most applications are determined under delegated powers however should the application go to the Planning Committee for determination you will only be advised if you have made it clear you would wish to attend in you comments.
The Planning Service has produced advice notes on the planning process including ‘Commenting on a Planning Application’. These are available electronically at www.liverpool.gov.uk, or you can telephone 0151 233 3021 to request paper copies.
 
You may be eligible for free, independent, professional planning advice – call Planning Aid on 0330123 9244.