Greengate Industrial Estate, Mandale Investments, c Google Earth

Mandale Investments will build on the vacant plot within Greengate Industrial Estate. Credit: Google Earth

Oldham approves 40,000 sq ft industrial

Mandale Investments will deliver 24 hybrid units on the vacant two-acre plot off Greenside Way.

Oldham Council approved the developer’s plans to build three industrial blocks at its planning committee meeting on Wednesday. This decision was made in line with officer recommendations.

Designed by Elder Lester Architects, the scheme will provide a total of 40,000 sq ft of warehouse space across the three blocks within Greengate Industrial Estate. Each block will be made up of eight hybrid units.

Plans will also see the creation of two meter rooms and a substation.

Visitors to the site will have access to 51 car parking bays, as well as 20 cycle spaces.

Mandale Investments are part of the Mandale Group, which also incorporates Mandale Homes. The group’s housing arm lodged plans in June to transform Liverpool’s Graeme House into 143 apartments.

ELG Planning is the planning consultant for the industrial scheme. Also on the project team are SCP, Sutcliffe, Shearstone Mechanical, Amenity Tree Care, and AEC.

To learn more about the plans, search for application number FUL/350748/23 on Oldham Council’s planning portal.

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