Timperley new homes plan gets go-ahead

Messenger Newspapers: Timperley new homes plan gets go-ahead Timperley new homes plan gets go-ahead

PLANS to build 32 three and four bedroom affordable homes in Timperley have been approved, following proposals by Trafford Council’s planning committee.

The land surrounding Canal Road and Deansgate Lane is currently occupied by industrial buildings on Skelton Road which are to be demolished to make way for the residential development with parking facilities.

The committee was in agreement that the redevelopment of the site has provided an opportunity to make the long term improvements to Canal Road possible.

Currently there are no objections to the redevelopment.

Following the council’s planning committee, they agreed that it was minded to grant the application subject to legal agreement.

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12:31pm Wed 26 Feb 14

Altfish says...

Come on SAM, this is not news

This site and development was approved at the TMBC committee meeting of 14th November 2013!

There were objections, mainly due to the increase of traffic in the locality.

Needless to say the 'improvements to Canal Road, were not explained and remains very woolly to say the least.
Come on SAM, this is not news This site and development was approved at the TMBC committee meeting of 14th November 2013! There were objections, mainly due to the increase of traffic in the locality. Needless to say the 'improvements to Canal Road, were not explained and remains very woolly to say the least. Altfish

12:49pm Wed 26 Feb 14

papa03 says...

Yet more homes in an over congested area. Homes here will mean that Park Road School, St Hughes and Navigation will all have to be made bigger. Canal road itself needs widening or new access utilising old railway embankment - reinstalling bridges and laying a new road to Broadheath to ease congestion on Park Road.

All very well building new homes at a profit to TMBC, but they won't spend money on the above. This should have been done when the first development was built.
Yet more homes in an over congested area. Homes here will mean that Park Road School, St Hughes and Navigation will all have to be made bigger. Canal road itself needs widening or new access utilising old railway embankment - reinstalling bridges and laying a new road to Broadheath to ease congestion on Park Road. All very well building new homes at a profit to TMBC, but they won't spend money on the above. This should have been done when the first development was built. papa03

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