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Stockports Underbank – Christmas light Switch On

Stockport’s Underbank’s are having their Christmas light switch on on November 24th, switch on at 6pm.

Late night independent shopping and the independent traders of Stockprt have teamed up to bring you a festive treat including late night shopping, in-store events, and the Christmas Lights Switch On.

The event centre around Lower Hillgate, Little Underbank, Meal House Brow and The Market Place – Open Spaces will also be showing their creative pop-up’s

Where the Light Gets In Natural Wine Bar will be open in ‘The Staff Room’ from 6.30pm, with snacks and drinks available.


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Stockport’s Makers Market returns this Saturday!

The ever popular Makers Market returns this Saturday, the 10th November. It is a great day out for all the family with the best food, drink, art, design and vintage that the North West has on offer…

For more information and a calendar of all upcoming markets then click here

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Well done to the winner and all of the finalists of this years ‘Spooky House’ drawing competition!

Huge congratulations to all of our finalists of our Spooky House drawing competition! Prizes are available to collect now in our Stockport Exchange Branch, we look forward to seeing you soon! #halloween #spooktacular #competition #stockport #edgeley

Posted by Julian Wadden Estate and Lettings Agents on Wednesday, October 31, 2018

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Stockport Remembers 1918 – 2018

November 2018 marks 100 years since the end of World War I and there’ll be a number of events across the borough to commemorate the centenary.

The major public event will be on Remembrance Sunday (11 November), starting with the Act of Remembrance in the morning, followed by the Service of Remembrance in the evening alongside a ‘Stockport Parade of Light’ and the ‘Lighting of the Beacon’.

Stockport War Memorial Art Gallery will play a significant role in the commemorations. The exterior façade of the Art Gallery will be illuminated with a poppy projection; there will be new exhibitions in the galleries and a community art project where people can get involved.

Further information can be found here…

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Launching our first 360 Degree Video Tour

I am really pleased to share with you my first 360 video tour of a property I have just brought to the market. This is one of several marketing tools that we have at our disposal here at Julian Wadden!

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Welcome to Linda

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

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Jason Manford is bringing his Muddle Class Live tour to the Plaza

On November 7th, Jason Manford will be performing his Muddle Class comedy tour at the Stockport Plaza.

Call the Plaza ticket office on 0161 477 7779 and secure your ticket to a show described as “Effortlessly entertaining” by the Evening Standard!

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Residential conversion planned for Stockports Wellesley House

It has been reported in Place, North West that Wellesley House is set to be converted in to residential accommodation.

Wellesley House, a prominent 46,000 sq ft office block in Stockport town centre, could be converted into 77 apartments under plans put forward by developer Mandale Homes.

The seven-storey office block fronts the A6 and sits around 500m from the Merseyway shopping centre, and is also near Junction 1 of the M60.

Former tenants include a Job Centre on the ground floor, and the Department for Work & Pensions, but the building is now largely empty. Space on the seventh floor was previously marketed by consultancy Hallams.

Mandale Homes is proposing to convert the building into a mix of 51 one-bed flats and 26 two-beds. Existing access from both Laurel Street and the A6 will be retained, as will the building’s existing 83 car parking spaces, and cycle parking will be added. The professional team includes TPS as transport consultant. The developer, Mandale, is based in Stockton-on-Tees.

Office-to-residential projects have become increasing prevalent in Greater Manchester in the last 12 months, particularly around Old Trafford where a number of lower-grade office buildings are being converted into apartments or student accommodation.

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