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.
These documents are just the start!
There are a total of 20 docs associated with these sites which you will find at:
You’ll need to select the ‘Cross boundary’ zip file
which will download all those relating to Stakehill
Landowners & Developers plans for the local Greenbelt
Many Landowners and Developers sent in comments to the second GMSF Consultation [Jan-March 2019]
Those relating directly to the Thornham St John’s Neighbourhood Area and others located close to our community are listed below.
It should be stressed that these are just proposals, and
no planning applications relating to them have been lodged at the time of writing.
Below are links to each of these proposals:
Developer REDROW show their plans for GM2-Stakehill*
Redrow Homes has produced a glossy PR document as part of their comments to the recent GMSF Consultation (Jan-Mar 2019).
The indicative masterplan for what they call the ‘Manchester Road Development’ uses information from the GMSF documentation to show how they might develop the site.
Showing the All In One Garden Centre as its way in from the main road, they demonstrate how they could use the whole area behind Thornham Cricket Club and St John’s Thornham Church, stretching to Thornham New Road, the M62, and A627M.
At this stage of the GMSF plan, Redrow have decided its time to show their hand and how serious they are in wanting to got hold of this large chunk of local Greenbelt.
Whoever wrote this Development Statement
obviously used online and out of date information
and probably didn’t set foot in Slattocks
There are lots of error and mistakes. We’ll leave you to spot them.
- The whole of the Redrow document, showing other sites across Greater Manchester they wish to develop can be found on the GMCA website