The council is hoping to take ownership of a site off Travis Brow in the town centre with a view to unlocking land to progress the £250m regeneration project.
A derelict site off Eastwood Drive used as a hang-out by young people could be redeveloped into a high-dependency nursing home under proposals lodged with the local council.
The council voted to sign off three large projects at its planning committee meeting on Thursday, including Empire Property’s office-to-resi conversion in Cheadle.
Empire Property’s plan to convert the AA’s former Lambert House office into 98 apartments is due to get the green light this week.
The results of a building survey at the charity’s existing college campus have prompted “urgent and unprecedented action” to close the facility and build a new one.
Trafford College Group wants to replace the ageing building off Cheadle Road to consolidate its campus and pave the way for up to 64 homes.
Located at Trinity Gardens in Davenport, the three-storey building would provide 54 specialist apartments.
Having secured £20m of government funding for a modern, new-build leisure centre elsewhere in the town earlier this year, the council can now demolish the derelict Stockport Road facility.
MAN Energy Solutions will fight Stockport Council’s decision to reject proposals for a housing scheme and a country park next to the manufacturer’s Mirrlees Fields head office.
Greater Manchester Combined Authority’s chief executive will temporarily step in to lead the mayoral development corporation in the wake of the death of Lord Bob Kerslake earlier this month.
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Royal Nawaab, best known in the North West for its former banquet hall in Levenshulme, is close to agreeing a deal that would see the building occupied for the first time since the Co-operative Bank moved out in 2017.
The rugby club intends to sell a parcel of land east of Wallbank Road to the housebuilder to seize upon a “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity to upgrade existing facilities at the Memorial Ground.
Hailed as a “giant of regeneration” and “true champion of public service”, Lord Bob Kerslake has died at the age of 68.
The George pub on the corner of Wellington Road North and Heaton Lane in the town centre is to be redeveloped into a 72-apartment scheme.
The council’s cabinet will meet next week to sign off the disposal of the Fletcher Street plot to Progressive Living, paving the way for around 300 homes.
With only 6% of space available in the first two buildings at Stockport Exchange, and the third due to complete this summer, the council is seeking to pave the way for another three office blocks.
Loreto in Manchester and Aquinas in Stockport are seeking to make use of vacant sites to expand their operations by creating new teaching spaces.
Trafford College Group wants to invest in consolidating its Cheadle Hulme campus, replacing the ageing college building and demolishing surplus structures to pave the way for around 63 homes.
The council and the Mayoral Development Corporation have selected English Cities Fund to deliver the next phase of the 130-acre town centre west scheme.
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