RESIDENTS can now have their say on Trafford’s biggest revamp in decades.

Plans for the Civic Quarter include a pedestrianised route to Manchester United and a tram stop outside the ground.

Hundreds of new homes, a public realm, and changes to White City retail park have also been proposed as part of the council’s multi-million pound civic quarter vision.

As part of the scheme a new pedestrianised ‘processional route’ will connect the Old Trafford tram stop with the ‘Theatre of Dreams’ along Warwick Road - a move that will see Brian Statham Way closed to traffic.

The changes would cover a 120-acre site, taking in the Town Hall, the former Kellogg’s site soon to become the home of Gary Neville's University Academy 92 (UA92) and Lancashire County Cricket Club (LCCC), stretching along Chester Road.

The council also hopes to add a new leisure centre at Great Stone Road, opening up some of LCCC’s pitches to the public, while encouraging ‘significant’ amounts of new housing on the old B&Q site.

There is also potential for 20-storey developments at the junction of White City Way and next to the UA92 building.

Members of the council’s executive agreed to consult with the public on the numerous proposals during Monday’s meeting.

What do you think of the plans? Have your say by emailing your comments to before December 14.