We are delighted to announce that we have full planning permission has been granted for a Retirement Living retirement development of 44 apartments to provide high quality homes at Westerleigh Road.
Coopers Court will be situated on Westerleigh Road, a 500 metre level walk away from Yate shopping centre and all other amenities. The shopping centre boasts more than 100 shops to choose from with a choice of high street stores and quaint boutiques.
Bristol and Bath are within easy reach by public transport and by car. Yate’s railway station is on the main Bristol to Birmingham line servicing Bristol Parkway, Cam and Dursley. Regular bus services link Yate with Bristol City Centre.
Why choose a Retirement Living apartment?
Think of a lifestyle stripped of all those annoying time-consuming chores. That’s McCarthy & Stone Retirement Living. With a McCarthy & Stone apartment, you can enjoy your independence in an environment that offers companionship, privacy and security. There are facilities like the Homeowners' Lounge to socialise with other homeowners and your own high quality, purpose-built apartment which is your own private space. And when you have your friends or relatives over, there’s our convenient guest suite available.
All our developments feature a 24 hour state-of-the-art security system and are run by a dedicated House Manager, so complete peace-of-mind is guaranteed. The external maintenance, gardening and landscaping is taken care of. It’s much more than a apartment - it really is life made easy.
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Key dates for your diary
Construction is underway and we will start selling apartments in early 2014. We look forward to welcoming our first homeowners in the Summer of 2014. To be amongst the first to receive details on this development, please register your interest here.
The Gloucestershire town of Yate is 11 miles north east of Bristol, at the south western tip of the Cotswolds. More than 1000 years old, the town was mentioned in the Saxon Chronicles and the Domesday Book.
Yate Town Council organise events such as the traditional free Kingsgate Park Easter Egg Hunt and Easter bonnet parade. Also there is the free 2-day Community Music Festival which takes place in Kingsgate Park, Yate each summer. This is a very popular event, attracting in the region of 5,000 people each year.
Every month Yate Heritage Centre holds a range of exciting events such as architecture days, Open Art Exhibitions and history group meetings.
See for yourself
To see the McCarthy & Stone lifestyle for yourself similar to what will be offered at our new Yate development, please visit your nearest development at Brook Court in Bradley Stoke