This document shows an indicative layout for the site. The convoluted, proposed access for the housing would appear be via Heywood Road, Heap Street and then part of Fairway. Vehicles would exit either via Hanover St/Durban St or along the narrow, one-way Partington Street A secondary exclusive access point for the East Lancs Railway (ELR) is shown from the old Directors Arms, two-way section Heywood Road, joining Manchester Road at the railway bridge.
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This document shows an indicative layout for the site with the only access (‘Primary Access’) through the industrial units on Crown Top Lane from Queensway. A secondary access point via Trows Lane is shown for emergency vehicles only and would probably be gated and locked.
This first document has been produced for Redrow, the house builder, and shows an indicative plan for housing on the Northern part of the site. The main access would be via the All-in-One garden centre from the A664, Rochdale Road.
You will notice a number of typing and other mistakes throughout the document
This second document shows a very vague plan for housing along Bentley Avenue and continuing across Stakehill Lane, along with proposals for industrial units between the A627M and Stakehill Lane at Stakehill Nurseries and then continuing down Boarshaw Lane at Three Gates Farm to the railway line.