St Clouds Way – JV

St Clouds Way is one of four key developments sites that the Council is looking to develop with a joint venture partner. More information can be found here

The St Clouds Way site is approximately 2.5 hectares (6.18 acres) in area. It comprises 3 parcels of council owned land:

i) Magnet Leisure Centre
ii) Tenpin Indoor Bowling Centre
iii) Ivy Leaf Club

Magnet Leisure Centre – The Leisure Centre is over 40 years old, is no longer fit for purpose
and requires substantial investment. The Council intends to construct a new leisure centre at Braywick Park, south of the town centre.

Tenpin Indoor Bowling Centre – The council has an agreement to acquire the freehold interest on 1 March 2017 and an agreement with the tenant, Tenpin Ltd, which allows the council to secure vacant possession of the site on 3 months notice.

Ivy Leaf Club – The council owns the freehold interest in this private members club, which is subject to a 60 year lease from December 1986. The site is located on the north side of the A4 St Clouds Way. A draft Development Framework has been prepared by the council which indicates that, subject to the relocation of the existing uses, the site has potential for the development of over 500 dwellings.

Did You Know?

Maidenhead United Football Club ‘The Magpies’, have been at their ground in York Road, Maidenhead since 1871. York Road is the oldest continuously used football ground in England.