Stockport Town Centre West Aerial View

Stockport's ambitions will be explored during the event including the Town Centre West regeneration area

GALLERY | Stockport Town Centre West consultation nears end

The consultation into the masterplan for Stockport’s Town Centre West, a sizeable regeneration area which is set to include 3,500 homes, 1m sq ft of employment space and social infrastructure for tenants, is due to end on Friday.

The 20-year regeneration strategy has been formed alongside the site’s allocation as Greater Manchester’s first Mayoral Development Corporation.

The plans have been developed with Cushman & Wakefield, OPEN and WSP, and sets out the potential for around 3,500 homes of all types and tenures, along with amenity and social infrastructure needed for existing and future residents.

The framework proposes more than 1m sq ft of mixed employment space, an “urban riverside”, and a series of new and improved public spaces.

Set around five neighbourhoods, Weirside, Station Quarter, Stockport Exchange Business Quarter, Brinksway and Royal George Quarter, the SRF suggests the plan could lead to up to £530m of construction investment, and deliver development on 74 acres of brownfield land.

Key themes for the plan are community, innovation, and sustainability, as part of the council’s drive to deliver town centre living in Stockport.

In the SRF, Stockport Council said: “Public sector partners are actively working with existing landowners in the area to help bring forward sites for development and to access funding where possible. In cases where landowners are looking to bring forward development which is not in line with the SRF, the council and its partners may look to intervene more directly to ensure appropriate development is achieved.”

Read the framework in full and respond to the consultation here:


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Living in Bollington, anything that’s good for Stockport is good for us.

By Patrick at Lunar Aerial Imaging

A real lack of vision here. Should build on top of the station as well, and why does that suburban business park by the M60 get a bye?

By UnaPlanner

love the cheeky little tram poking its head round the corner

By Anonymous

Looking good

By Dsle hart

Looks good but needs parking spaces as edgeley is already used as a free car park for the train station and town centre

By Edgeley redisent

Needs more green roofs…

By Deja

and yet they are still using renders with shadow falls that only happen on a select few days a year. Great isn’t it.

That tower near the new interchange is going to have it’s shadow falling in the other direction the majority of the time – from spring through to late autumn.

Also what’s the deal with the Met down Brinksway, surely that’s going to need some releveling work if it ever happens.

By daveboi

The businesses that are being knocked down to make way for the re-gen still have not had any official word from the council or an idea of timelines. We all found out on fb

By Gemma

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