A mixed use 92 acre regeneration scheme in a Development Agreement with South West Regional Development Agency redeveloping the former Lister Petter manufacturing site into a new sustainable community. The site can be reached from Junction 13 and 14 of the M5 and the A38.
2000 – Site acquired by the South West Regional Development Agency.
2002 – St. Modwen entered into a development agreement with South West RDA and secured planning permission for a mixed use redevelopment.
The first phase of the 170,000 sq ft Littlecombe Business Park, comprising of 16 units, was completed in 2008 and in May 2010, three Gloucester businesses became new occupiers on site, leaving three units now open for rent / purchase.
In late spring 2010 , St. Modwen signed an agreement with Gloucestershire Primary Care Trust to develop a new community hospital at Littlecombe . The construction programme commenced in July 2010 and t he hospital is expected to be opened in autumn 2011 and will eventually provide health and social care facilities for the Berkeley Vale area under one roof.
In addition the former Towers building which was the home of the Lister family has been refurbished into nine assisted living units and a 55 bed nursing home developed in the grounds.
Circa 600 homes are planned on site with Bloor Homes developing the first phase of 74 units . Over 30 homes have now been completed with the scheme due to be completed in 2011.
A mixed use community bridging Cam and Dusley, including 600 homes and new accommodation space for 1,000 job opportunities.
The scheme will be piloting a Community Interest Company (CIC) as part of the site’s residential development, which, offer residents the opportunity to have a major stake in their own vision for the local community within Littlecombe.