Historic Stockport mill to undergo £60m transformation as 250 new flats will be built in the town centre
Plans for Weir Mill, which stands in the shadow of the town’s iconic viaduct, also include new cafe-bars, delis, independent shops and commercial space.
An historic cotton mill is to undergo a £60m transformation that will bring hundreds of homes to Stockport town centre.
Plans for Weir Mill, which stands in the shadow of the town’s iconic viaduct, also include new cafe-bars, delis, independent shops and office space.
The scheme would feature around 250 apartments next to the River Mersey, opening the waterside to the public.
The proposals for the Chestergate site have been revealed by a leading developer, following its recent purchase of the complex.
Dating back to the late 1700s and featuring a number of Grade II listed buildings, Weir Mill is set to play a key early role in the much-vaunted regeneration of Town Centre West
Stockport is currently undergoing a huge £1bn regeneration, including the Red Rock leisure complex and the Stockport Exchange office development ,A new £120m transport interchange is expected to open in 2023.
With the high street and traditional retail now under more pressure than ever, town centres are having to adapt fast.
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