NORTH West based property developer Maple Grove, part of the Eric Wright Group, in collaboration with Onward Homes, is bringing forward proposals for a new mixed-use development on land on the corner of Stockport Road and Ashworth Lane in Hattersley.
The site has lain dormant for over 14 years. It has historically been earmarked by Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council for the development of a new district centre to serve Hattersley.
The plans include a new Aldi food store, Costa Coffee drive-thru, 16 electric vehicle charging points and up to eight new employment units. The scheme includes 179 customer car parking spaces with landscaping proposed across the site to enhance its appearance, in keeping with the local style.
Residents are invited to attend the public exhibition and make their views known. The event will be held:
At: Hattersley Hub, accessed via the main entrance
On: Tuesday, September 12 from 2.30-7pm
A spokesperson for Maple Grove said:
“We’ve been preparing these plans for some time and are delighted to be launching our public
consultation on the planned new retail centre for Hattersley.
With various residential schemes being progressed in Hattersley, we’re confident that there is local
demand for an increased retail offering in the area. We want to hear the views of the local community before we submit a planning application to the council.
We’d encourage local residents to attend our exhibition event to meet the team, view our plans and ask any questions they may have about the proposals.”
If residents are unable to attend the public exhibition and would like more information, they can contact the project team, via email at Feedback@consultation-online.co.uk, or via phone on 0800 298 7040.