Integrated Retirement Community proposed for Members Hill Weybridge, Surrey
Invitation to interactive public consultation events
Developers Socius will be holding a series of interactive public consultation events on emerging proposals for an Integrated Retirement Community at Members Hill in Weybridge Surrey.
The proposals will see the repurposing of the existing JTI building into an Integrated Retirement Community, providing extra care for residents, in addition to new community facilities and shared amenities, such as community café, hydro-pool, meeting rooms and sensory gardens.
Health, well-being and the local community are at the heart of the proposals, and Socius has invited local people to take part in the consultation and have their say on emerging plans.
The consultation will run from Thursday 19 May 2022 until Thursday 2 June 2022.
There are several ways for local people to get involved and share their thoughts.
The first consultation event will take place at the JTI site on Saturday 21st May 2022 from 10:00am until 2:00pm.
Artisan refreshments from local independent food and drinks producers will be available on site for visitors to enjoy.
There will also be a further opportunity on Wednesday 25 May 2022 from 3:00pm until 8:00pm to meet with members of the project team and provide feedback.
For those who cannot attend in person, a virtual exhibition will launch on 19 May and can be accessed via membershill.co.uk where the local community can also view further information about the site, the emerging plans and provide feedback online.
Contact The Members Hill Consultation Team
For any further questions, or to receive a printed copy of the consultation materials, local people are invited to contact the project team.
Phone: 0800 298 7040
Please mention the All About Weybridge website
About Integrated Retirement Communities
Purpose-built integrated retirement communities cater for the specific needs of older people as they age, alongside management and delivery of care and assistance, which can be increased or decreased depending on the individual circumstances of each resident.
Such accommodation brings considerable benefits for the health and wellbeing of older people, as well as extensive wider social and community benefits, including significant savings for the NHS and social care system, and benefits to the wider housing market.
Socius is an impactful developer with projects across the UK, working in partnership to balance profit and purpose, whilst delivering inspiring and sustainable mixed-use places for people to live, work and socialise.
A privately-owned mixed-use developer with a focus on delivering long-term financial and social value for communities across the UK, Socius will work in partnership with local residents, businesses and stakeholders over the coming months to bring forward long term plans.
Socius is also delivering sustainable mixed-use developments in Brighton, Bristol, Cambridge and Milton Keynes.