WELCOME

Welcome to our public consultation website for Brookfield Riverside and Garden Village – a new town centre and Garden Village for Cheshunt.
The Broxbourne Local Plan (2018-2033) was adopted in 2020 following extensive consultation and independent examination. It identifies Brookfield as a key site in the Borough to deliver a comprehensively planned garden suburb and an extended new retail, civic, business and
leisure centre for the Borough of Broxbourne Council.

This website provides an opportunity for you to view the emerging masterplan for Brookfield Riverside and Garden Village, along with changes to the roads and nearby golf course. The masterplan will be submitted as a series of outline planning applications later this year. If the applications are approved there will be further detailed design work undertaken on all areas within the masterplan.

There are a number of organisations involved in the project who are working closely together to prepare a comprehensive masterplan. This comprises three key elements: Brookfield Riverside – a new town centre for the Borough with daytime and evening activity; Brookfield Garden Village – a new Garden Village to include homes, local services and facilities; and alterations to Cheshunt Park Golf Course in order to accommodate the road infrastructure required to provide a new road link between Halfhide Lane and the A10 Turnford Interchange which will provide access to the Garden Village and Riverside.

Please click on the links below for further information about each element and send us your feedback using the form below.

PROJECT OVERVIEW

BROOKFIELD GARDEN VILLAGE –

Applicants: Hertfordshire County Council and Broxbourne Borough Council. Delivery team: Tetra Tech.

Hertfordshire County Council and Broxbourne Borough Council, supported by Tetra Tech, are proposing plans for a garden village to include local facilities and services including:
• Up to 1,250 new homes, including 40% affordable housing;
• Elderly persons’ accommodation;
• A three-form entry primary school;
• Open space for leisure and recreation;
• A neighbourhood centre containing local shops and facilities including a blue light services hub; and
• The relocation of the Halfhide Lane gypsy site and allotments, the recycling centre and Council depot.

CONSULTATION –

Click the link below to visit website:

vpc.tetratecheurope.com/brookfield/gardenvillage

BROOKFIELD RIVERSIDE –

Applicants: SovereignCentros. Delivery team: Comm Comm, Carter Jonas and Watermans.

Sovereign Centros is developing plans for a new town centre for the Borough with daytime and evening activity. The proposals include:
• New shops, cafes and restaurants, leisure facilities and a cinema at the heart of the new town centre;
• 250 apartments and elderly persons’ accommodation; and
• A new civic centre with health care, and new offices and workspace.

CONSULTATION –

Click the link below to visit website:

www.brookfieldriverside-consultation.co.uk

CHESHUNT PARK GOLF COURSE –

Applicants: Borough of Broxbourne Council. Delivery team: Sports Turf Research Institute.

accommodate the road infrastructure required to provide a new road link between Halfhide Lane and the A10 Turnford Interchange which will provide access to the Garden Village and Riverside.

CONSULTATION –

Click the link below to visit website:

www.broxbourne.gov.uk/golfcourseconsultation

FEEDBACK

Thank you for your time and for visiting this website. We are keen to hear your views on the proposals for Brookfield.

Feedback can be made through the online form which you can find a link to here and also through prompts as you continue to click through the virtual exhibition. You can also register for news updates.

The feedback received following this event will be used to inform the final proposals so we would encourage this to be as detailed as possible. Please note that comments will be shared with the applicant and the Riverside and Golf Course development teams.
If you have provided personal information, this will only be used and stored as part of the consultation in accordance with Tetra Tech’s data protection (GDPR) policies.

Planning applications are likely to be submitted to Borough of Broxbourne Council in summer 2022.

Once the applications are formally registered, Borough of Broxbourne Council will then proceed with its own statutory consultation which will last for a minimum of 21 days. Borough of Broxbourne Council will notify the community about this process and how to participate.

FEEDBACK FORM –

Click here to complete the online form

CONTACT DETAILS –

Click the link below to email your enquires:

hello@brookfieldriverside-consultation.co.uk

Or contact the project team on: 0800 772 0475

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