Altered plans for nine townhouses on Bridgewater Road in Altrincham have been released prior to the first of two public consultations on 14 August.
Representatives from Paul Butler Associates, planning consultant on the scheme, and architect Ollier Smurthwaite, will be at LMCRA Railway Club on Navigation Road in Altrincham between 3pm-7pm to discuss the project.
The public consultations follow Maya Property’s previous knockbacks on the site last year, when proposals for a 42-unit, and then a 38-unit mixed-level apartment scheme were rejected by Trafford Council.
Tom Morley, acquisitions manager at Maya Property, said: “The responses to our initial proposals from local ward councillors and their constituents were loud and clear. As a result, we have listened to the initial concerns, revised what we aim to achieve with this site and worked extremely hard with our partners to envision a family-oriented development that respects the surrounding community.”
Matt Ollier, director of Ollier Smurthwaite, said: “We’ve created a design that acknowledges the area’s industrial heritage while regenerating a run-down site and providing modern living spaces in a canalside setting.”
The second public consultant for the scheme is taking place on 28 August.