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PremierLeague-News.Com - Dozens of apartments for older people are being proposed for the old Ladybridge Garden Centre, in Cheadle Hulme.

Manchester news New retirement village could be built on site of former garden centre Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Dozens of apartments for older people are being proposed for the old Ladybridge Garden Centre, in Cheadle Hulme.

Manchester news  New retirement village could be built on site of former garden centre Manchester united news
23 February 2021 - 10:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A new retirement village could be built on the site of a derelict former garden centre. Dozens of apartments for older people are being proposed for the old Ladybridge Garden Centre, in Cheadle Hulme. Developer Anwyl Partnerships has revealed a ‘draft plan’ for land at the corner of Ladybridge Road and Mill Lane. The scheme would boast up to 70 one and two-bedroom flats and cater for residents’ care needs. Read More Related Articles Winter's clock to chime again as work to transform historic jewellers into French restaurant gets underway Read More Related Articles 'Don't hide our viaduct': Campaigners fight to save historic views from developer's 14-storey tower block plan An online consultation states: “The proposal is for a modern retirement development designed to facilitate an independent lifestyle in a safe environment for occupants aged over 55 years. “It will offer a range of care needs and affordable homes, managed by a housing association with strong connections to the local area.” The developer adds that the design of the building would be sympathetic to its setting and could also include community facilities such as a cafe, hairdresser or function room. Although previously developed, the proposed former garden centre lies within the green belt. Get Jennifer Williams' Manchester Memo - direct to your inbox The newsletter that brings Manchester's political news, investigations - and a bit of gossip - straight to you Sign up to our Manchester Memo newsletter to keep abreast of the major political issues of the week – and a few of the others that may have slipped below the radar. How do I sign up? First just click on this link to our newsletter sign-up centre.  Once you're there, put your email address where it says at the top, then tick the MEN Politics box. There are other newsletters available if you want them as well.  When you've made your choice, hit Save Changes button at the bottom. But Anwyl Partnerships says the scheme would both improve the site and bring benefits to the wider Stockport area.

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. Read More Related Articles 22-storey skyscraper in town centre 'in need of regeneration' is scrapped Read More Related Articles Demolition work to begin on former secondary school in Radcliffe The borough also has a deficit of 549 affordable homes per year, while nearly half of all older households would like to downsize. The consultation documents adds: "The garden centre ceased occupation in the 1990s and the buildings demolished in the mid-2000s. “The site has remained in a state of dereliction for at least 15 years. Since then, it has suffered from antisocial behaviour, unauthorised occupation by travellers, fly tipping and misuse.” It continues: “The site is derelict brownfield land, providing the ideal opportunity to meet a growing need for housing and specialist housing in Stockport. Bringing it back into use would benefit the wider area and reduce pressures to build on more open green spaces.” The building would face out on to Mill Lane and Ladybridge Road, and the developer says its would be designed not to dominate the area or overlook nearby properties. There would also be communal areas, landscaping and a car park. The road that previously served the garden centre remains in use and would provide access to the retirement village should it be approved. Anwyl Partnerships is currently holding a public consultation on the plans prior to submitting a planning application. Residents can have their say here: https://www.milllaneconsultation.com/ Read More Related Articles Campaigners win battle over Manchester council plans for car park near school as High Court says officers 'misled' planning committee Read More Related Articles Four-storey block of flats could be built in 'protected' woodland behind the M60

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