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Scheme that could create 2,500 jobs for Stockport goes to consultation

A public consultation has been launched into plans for a large Stockport development – that could create 2,500 jobs. Property developer Quorum is proposing an extension of Bredbury Industrial Estate, which currently homes more than 100 businesses.

The development would deliver an £80m investment and 1.25m sq.ft of space to accommodate manufacturing, e-commence and logistics businesses.

Read the full article published in the Manchester Evening News here…

 

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Residential Development Opportunity in a central location!

The Property, being marketed by MBRE, is located on Lower Hillgate adjacent to Robinson’s Brewery and next to Dumbville’s Brow steps leading up to High Street to the rear of the site. The land provides an opportunity to develop a town centre parcel of land in the desirable Stockport Old Town which includes Lower Hillgate, Little Underbank and Stockport Market Place.

The site benefits from full granted planning consent for the re-development of the site to provide ground floor retail accommodation and residential accommodation over upper floors providing 21 residential units ranging from 25 sq.m up to 37 sq.m. Granted 4th July 2016.

Reserved matters relating to scale, layout, landscaping, appearance and access pursuant to outline planning permission ref: DC/059512 have been granted as of 13th July 2018. Details available from MBRE.

See the listing here

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As superb, three bedroom, detached, bungalow with a large corner plot!

Watch the property tour here…

Three bedroom detached bungalow on Flint Close in Hazel Grove. Guide Price £409,050. Call now on 0161 474 8660 to view!

Posted by Julian Wadden Estate and Lettings Agents on Thursday, July 26, 2018

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The iconic Stockport Pyramid hits the market!

Cushman & Wakefield have been instructed by current owners, the Co-operative Bank, to sell the landmark building.

The building was formerly home to the Co-operative Bank but following a decision to relocate to other sites, it became surplus to current requirements. The bank had occupied the building in its entirety since 1995.

The Pyramid comprises 86,000 sq ft of office accommodation arranged over five floors with 426 onsite car parking spaces. It has been brought to the market with an asking price of more than £4.5m

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Stockport Carnival – This Saturday, 21st July!

The Stockport Carnival, which this year has a Summer Holiday theme, comes to town this Saturday. The procession will set off at 1pm on Belmont Way and is due to arrive at Woodbank Park at Approximately 2pm. There will also be a funfair starting at 10.30am and a mammoth all day Car Boot sale which kicks off at 9am.

Find out more on the popular annual event here…

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Stockport’s The Allotment acclaimed in The Times as number one Vegan Restaurant in the country

Camilla Fayed wrote the below recently in The Times:

“Matt Nutter won the title of Chef of the Year last year at the Manchester Food and Drink Awards for his sophisticated take on vegan cooking at this simple bistro. Garden implements hang on the walls alongside a display of pickled, preserved and fresh produce, underlining that the menu is created from locally sourced, seasonal vegetables and fruit. The ten-course tasting menu is packed with creative dishes, including the signature shiitake mushroom parfait and a hibiscus, fennel and beetroot dessert”

This is another big win for Stockport thriving food scene!

 

 

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Welcome to Sheila

Welcome to Sheila who has joined our busy Stockport team as a Professional Viewer.

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Commuting distances

Measuring commuting distance might seem a little obscure but it actually offers a particularly good insight into the character of any local housing market. For example, commuter towns tend to really come alive at the weekends but are quieter in the week. Areas where most people work locally will have a stronger community feel day-to-day.

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