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这项将在2035年前改建大曼彻斯特自治市镇的57项开发项目

2020-01-13

大曼彻斯特即将进入一个新时代。

从现在到2035年,当地领导人预计该地区以至于他们制定了一个庞大的总体规划,概述了在那个时期应该建造什么。

大曼彻斯特的空间框架包括整个大都市的超过225,000个新住宅 - 相当于两个更多的斯托克波特加入大曼彻斯特边界。

与此同时,他们还希望大力拓展该地区的商业空间,以实现经济增长,包括至少400万平方米的工业仓储,或超过500个足球场的价值。

还建议进行主要的运输升级, 。

他们认为,为了跟上现有和未来的住房需求,加上确保每个行政区的经济增长和就业 - 同时仍然阻止开发商做任何他们喜欢的事情 - 需要一个蓝图来决定哪里可以发展,哪些不发展。

周五,领导人将签署该愿景草案,然后再将其发布给公众咨询。

总的来说,他们集中在相对较少的非常大的场地,能够容纳数百甚至数千个家庭,以及大曼彻斯特北部,南部,东部和西部的一系列主要新建或扩建的商业园区。沿着高速公路。

已经在许多领域 - 随着计划的传播,社区已经发起了请愿,包括和部分地区。

几位国会议员也反对这些建议,特别是在可以划分绿化带农村的地区。

每个自治市都计划允许在绿化带上开发,尽管有些区域比其他区域更进一步,原因是缺乏其他土地。

有些地方会看到高尔夫球场,橄榄球俱乐部和公园,但在大多数情况下,计划规定必须更换,而Chat Moss和Barton Moss等天然苔藓也面临大规模开发。

总共有四分之三的开发项目被确定用于以前的工业用地,其余的用于目前受到保护的绿地。

下面我们列出了该地区每个行政区总体规划中的每一个拟议开发地点,解释了从现在到2035年之间理事会负责人认为应该建立的那些地方。

我们试图尽可能准确地描述每块土地的位置,但是为了更详细地阅读提案,可以在下载合并的权限计划 - 您需要打开第一个项目并单击第一个链接。

曼彻斯特市中心:40,000个家庭

毫无疑问,市中心是理事会老板的首要任务,他们希望利用其迄今为止的繁荣。

这个地区的新住房需要17%,或者40,000套新住房 - 绝大多数都是公寓。

近年来在市中心开发的任何人都会熟悉所提出的场地:Spinningfields和位于圣约翰的旧格拉纳达工作室,NOMA北部边缘和罗奇代尔路,伊尔河谷向Collyhurst延伸,绿色区,靠近Home的Great Jackson Street,牛津路走廊以及Salford Central和Greengate周围的区域。

曼彻斯特市中心还将为整个地区提供超过一半的新办公空间。

市中心:更多的办公空间

斯托克波特市中心


总体规划没有详细介绍大曼彻斯特城镇中心的每一个,但他们认识到过去10年来购物习惯的变化使许多人陷入困境。

它建议将该地区四分之一的新办公空间分布在八个城镇 - 奥特林厄姆,阿什顿安德莱恩,斯托克波特,伯里,博尔顿,罗奇代尔和威根,他们认为他们可以提供比城市更低价格的办公室。中心或索尔福德码头。

在斯托克波特的8个城镇中,Wigan和Tameside占据最少。

它还表明城镇中心的住房增加,但没有暗示多少。 强调了在正常购物时间之外对“休闲机会”的需求,以及“增强”室内和室外市场的需求,这些市场在许多领域目前都在挣扎。

码头:6,000个家庭,高档办公室

总体规划预计Salford Quays和Trafford Wharfside将扩建,既可作为居住地,也可作为高档写字楼的来源,尤其是数字行业,以利用MediaCity。

作为开发巨头皮尔获得的众多网站之一,该框架为该地区划拨了6000套新房 - 主要是公寓 - 但承认需要通过Irwell River Park更好地连接市中心。

它说,作为一个社区,如果有更多人住在那里,它还需要更好的社区和休闲设施。

它补充说,更好的交通连接将是“必不可少的”,包括“高频快速交通”,公共汽车和自行车路线。

根据该框架,索尔福德和特拉福德议会制定的本地化总体规划将提供进一步的细节。

机场门户:巨大的商业园扩建

机场周围现有商业园区的大规模扩建将分为几个部分,共创造65万平方米的商业空间 - 包括生物技术公司和航空物流。

部分原因是现有的Roundhorn Medipark扩展到其东南部的土地上,由Whitecarr Lane和Dobbinetts Lane限制。

这不会影响Newall Green农场或附近的运动场。

在其南端,扩建也意味着建造在曼彻斯特极少量的绿化带上,包括威姆斯洛路以西的Sunbank Wood的一部分,其中包含具有生物和科学重要性的遗址。 它说那些网站会受到保护。

它还考虑了提议的HS2机场站和Metrolink环路延伸线,它连接回医院附近的现有线路,并表示将在Wythenshawe镇中心建立新的就业空间。

特拉福德

Timplerley Wedge,Davenport Green:3,300个家庭,办公空间


特拉福德的这一发展 - 与邻近的机场城市扩张相关 - 可能会引起争议。

该计划在蒂姆佩利的里奇韦路以南分配了一大块土地,并在达文波特格林周围延伸,适合3,300个大多数豪宅和50,000平方米的办公空间。

它指出,这个网站包括一些绿化带,但表示,由于附近的城市发展,它不再像开放的乡村 - 并强调像鲍登橄榄球俱乐部那样的运动场将受到保护。

该地点对家庭来说具有“吸引力”,可以维持一个全新的社区,并指出,该地块“早已被确定”可以支持与机场相关的发展。

然而,多年来一直反对在达文波特格林开发绿地,附近居民不太可能留下深刻印象。

长期以来,这些油田一直被视为机场和社区之间的重要缓冲区,并且是五年前长期战斗的主题,以阻止它们脱离特拉福德市议会的发展战略。

卡林顿:7,500个新住宅和办公空间

新卡灵顿(Carrington)位于船舶运河以东,位于默西河畔阿什顿(Ashton)以及帕廷顿(Partington)以南的土地上专门用于7,500个不同类型的新房屋。

这个前工业用地的计划,将在那里的1000个家庭的现有建议之上,将意味着在卡林顿莫斯的绿化带建设。

但它会看到中间留下一片苔藓作为绿色走廊,将卡林顿,帕廷顿和萨尔的社区分开,并提供休闲空间。

它表示,在未来三四十年内,土地最终可以提供多达11,500套新房。

它表示,它可以维持住房类型的混合,但需要一条新的道路将其连接到M60和M62。

在Flixton站周围,William Wroe高尔夫球场:750个家庭

William Wroe高尔夫球场

乌姆斯顿以西的一块土地,北面是Flixton路,东面是Penny Lane,南面是铁路线,专门用于750套家庭住宅,包括经济适用房。

这是另一个需要重新绘制绿化带的场地 - 有争议的意味着要建造威廉·沃罗高尔夫球场。

然而,将在Flixton站南部的土地上提供一个新的。

Flixton运动场将被保留,列出的Flixton House将受到保护。

市议会负责人表示,该网站与公共交通相关联,其开发将有助于支持Flixton和Urmston的业务。

索尔福德

伊拉姆西部/ Chat Moss:2,250个家庭

在索尔福德聊天莫斯

该计划提出了对Irlam的“高质量扩展”,延伸到Chat Moss,这意味着可能必须移除一些泥炭。

绿地网站将有效地加入Irlam与M62的南侧,向西延伸至Glazebrook Lane。

根据该计划,大约40%的房屋将是负担得起的,有退休村的可能性,一些更高档的住房和需要新的全科医生,牙医和中小学。

它指出泥炭将“在可能的情况下保留”,但表示必须与“确保不存在地面开发沉降风险,或M62高速公路等周边基础设施”的需要相互平衡,有点可怕的形象。

该场地内的各种文物建筑将受到保护,包括列出的大木屋,同时将提供新的公园和体育场地。

绿色带,苔藓和泥炭的损失将通过“增强”其余的Chat Moss作为自然保护区得到补偿。

Port Salford / Barton Moss:320,000平方米的工业空间

皮尔提出的巨大的工业扩张也将偏离绿化带和苔藓带。

它打算利用该站点在高速公路和船舶运河旁边的关键位置,为大曼彻斯特和北部建造一个庞大的物流枢纽。

然而,该计划指出,即使保留了绿化带,扩张也可能对周边地区产生重大的视觉影响 - 并强调随着计划的进展,需要'高水平的公众参与'。

索尔福德港的扩建工程将现有的工业空间延伸到M62以东的一大片巴顿莫斯(Barton Moss)上,两年前,在那里进行了页岩气勘探钻探的几个月的抗议活动。

之前将其纳入索尔福德市议会自己的地方发展计划的尝试也遭到了如此强烈抗议,以至于被遗漏了。

最新计划将看到巴顿机场周围的发展,以及南部朝向Boysnope高尔夫球场的延伸,Peel也希望开发一个住房用地,但似乎已经毫发无损地逃脱了战略。

它说明现有的Port Salford工厂的四分之三需要在任何扩建之前启动并运行 - 并且注意到M62首先需要一个新的交叉点,以及通往A57的连接道路。

在RHS站点旁边,East Boothstown:300个家庭

用于Worsley的RHS布里奇沃特花园的土地。 市议会老板认为旁边的绿化带适合300个新的豪宅

这个Peel网站长期以来一直存在争议,可以追溯到之前在更广泛的网站上进行赛马场的计划。

现在这个地块旁边的土地被指定为皇家园艺学会布里奇沃特花园项目,这是一个巨大的旅游景点,预计每年吸引100万游客,而该地点本身专门用于300个高档住宅。

它位于西边的Boothstown,南边的Bridgewater运河和北边的Leigh Road,东边是Worsley。

像北部旅游景点周围的一些景点 - 如Hollingwroth湖 - 它的目的是“吸引和留住高技能专业人士”。

计划表示,通过改善公共进入苔藓地带,绿化带的损失将得到补偿,Alder Wood保留了这一权利。

“至关重要的是,该网站的发展充分利用了这个地方提供的机会,并提供最高质量的生活环境,”它补充说

该网站将成为索尔福德市议会内部引起紧张的几个网站之一,这片土地和附近的地点引起了大量的公众抗议,并引起当地保守党议员的竞选。

索尔福德的Hazelhurst农场:450个家庭

另一个位于东兰克斯(South Lancs)的地方,南部,这一个被夹在道路与M60交界处的东南角。

除非找到扩大该地区现有初选的方法,否则它将提供450所房屋并为新的小学预留土地。

该计划将为商店和Leigh Guided Busway提供更好的步行路线,以及East Lancs的景观缓冲区。

这片土地不是绿化带,但确实包括受保护的Worsley Wood,以及场地上的沼泽和其他自然资源。

皮尔再次成为这一备受争议的提案的开发者,该提案已存在多年。

2010年 - 当皮尔提交有关该网站400套房屋的建议时 - 该委员会的计划负责人德里克·安特罗布斯表示,他对这一建议感到“震惊”,并警告说这可能造成“郊区蔓延,这将导致大规模的通勤旅程,并破坏我们认为的开放性是索尔福德的主要景点之一。

在最新的规划框架中,索尔福德老板认为它靠近公交专用道,可以方便地前往市中心。

埋葬

M62北部(Bury / Rochdale):巨大的工业扩张

这片巨大的广阔空间夹在M62和M66之间,从Pilsworth延伸到Heywood,将成为一个巨大的新商业园区。

作为理事会负责人称之为“北方门户”的关键部分,它将提供150万平方米的商业建筑面积 - 足以容纳55家非常大的宜家商店。

该计划承认M62的J3和M62的J19需要进行重大改进,但它认为该场地可以成为一个主要的新北方物流枢纽。

它还在该场地东侧向霍普伍德提供了1,000个新住宅,另外还有一所小学,以满足由此产生的需求,以及Castlebrook High运动场以北的200所住宅。 据说,“现有的娱乐设施,池塘,水库和小溪”以及Birch工业区和Pike Fold高尔夫俱乐部将被保留。

附近历史悠久的东兰克斯铁路建议通过新的铁路支线将重型货物运送到附近的海伍德。

该网站包括Pilsworth垃圾填埋场,但它表示即将结束其生命,并将被填补和放牧。

该网站的很大一部分将在绿化带上。

在M62的南部,Simister:1,000个新房

Simister村周围的田野

一个巨大的站点从希顿公园北部开始,向西延伸到Prestwich,并穿过Simister,Bowlee和Birch以及Langley地区延伸到米德尔顿,将需要大约1,000个新房 - 创建一个'新的大型社区',根据计划。

它将是低密度和高密度住房的混合体,需要新学校,医疗中心和“对基础设施的大量投资”。

关于这个基础设施并没有详细说明,但至少有一份反对该计划的请愿书指出该地区的道路已经拥挤不堪。

Bury Lib Dem议员蒂姆·皮克斯通也强调当地工党领导层一再承诺保护绿化带。

其目的是使其适应M62以北的上方,作为“北方门户”的一部分。

怀特菲尔德和Unsworth:600个家庭

怀特菲尔德和M66之间的土地

这片农业绿化带夹在西部的怀特菲尔德,北部的Unsworth和东部的M66之间,将带来另一波住宅开发。

与计划中列出的其他大型住宅用地一样,它可能会获得新学校以及升级的当地道路。

博兹公园,Unsworth板球俱乐部和Castlebrook运动场都将受到保护。

该计划表示,该网站“将新开发项目与现有社区和设施相结合的前景”,但承认目前访问量较差,有许多未经采用的道路和人行道。

道路将需要进行“实质性”升级,以允许Unsworth和Whitefield进入,但其中还将提供一个新的区域中心。

Holcombe Brook:100个家庭

这是位于Ramsbottom边缘的Holcome Brook的绿色网站。

它将在体育中心以北的Longsight Road和Hazel Hall Lane的现有村庄南面建造100多套新房。

该计划指出,它距离Bury镇中心不到2公里,并将创建一个新的社区,增加了Ramsbottom周围的住房组合。

Seedfield:135个家庭

种子资源中心

Limefield的这个部分绿色场地大约有一半目前由建筑物组成 - 计划表明这些建筑很快就会被清空 - 以及坚固的和运动场。

但议会老板相信它可以容纳135个家庭,提供到附近的伯尔斯郊野公园的链接。

他们说,如果建造运动场地,必须提供更换服务。

Baldingstone:Gin Hall和Bevis Green:工业空间,住房

金斯霍尔,沃尔默斯利

尤其是杜松子酒厅可能会引发抗议,因为当地的活动家们一直在努力争取多年来开发该网站的计划。

绿化带位于沃尔默斯勒M66的J1附近,面向A56,并将利用良好的高速公路连接在前水库上提供32,000平方米的中型工业和仓储空间。

Bury理事会长期以来一直试图将其发展起来,几年前已经将其用于其核心战略,以抗议当地人民,他们说这对社区来说是“毁灭性的”并且对交通造成了巨大的冲击。

在Bentley Lane以南的Bevis Green,提出了60个新房。

它说,附近需要额外的学校宿位。

埃尔顿水库:3,500个新房

伯里的埃尔顿水库

绝对是一个可能引起现有居民关注的网站。

Elton水库周围的土地和Bury的Starling路以东已经确定了3,500个新住宅,以便在公园环境中建立一个“新的大型住宅社区”。

与框架中包含的许多其他方案一样,该计划背后的开发人员是Peel。

该计划将以一些经济适用房为特色,老板们承认这将需要大量的交通基础设施,包括一个潜在的新电车站和通过该场地的南北向道路,以及新学校。

它还建议将博尔顿路与伯里路连接,以便交通不必使用Bury Bridge,承认拥堵已经相当严重。

但它表示此举将有助于重建拉德克利夫市中心,并成为整个大曼彻斯特住房需求计划中最大的贡献之一。

因此,它具有“战略重要性”,它说。

然而,Bury North的保守党议员David Nuttall和当地的自由民主党议员都对这个计划感到不满,并发誓要打击它。

Walshaw:1,250个新房

同样在Bury北部,这是另一个为绿化带的农业用地提出的大规模住房开发。

主要计划 - 在沃尔肖路的北部和南部 - 与托特顿,沃尔索和埃尔顿接壤,并且规划人员认为已经有良好的交通联系,但需要进一步的道路升级。

附近的埃尔顿中学也可能需要额外的空间。

它说,贯穿整个网站的现有小溪将被保留并“增强”。

David Nuttall议员再次计划反对此举。

罗奇代尔

Stakehill商业园周围:2,300个住宅,480,000平方米的商业空间

Stakehill商业园

另一个巨大的半工业发展作为北部门户的一部分。

A627(M)两侧以及奥尔德姆现有Stakehill商业园南北两侧的土地将看到工业区以及数千栋新房的大规模扩建。

目前还不清楚该计划究竟哪些部分将用于就业和哪些用于住房,但它需要A627(M)的新接入点和来自附近Tandle Hill郊野公园的“敏感”方法,它说。

位于A672(M)东侧公园的北部和西部的土地被确定为遗址的一部分,包括杰拉德伍德,但它表示 - 以及小溪和水库 - 将被保留。

然而,再次出现绿化带的损失。

将需要新学校或扩建邻近学校以及医疗中心。

对Thornham Fold小村庄的“充分尊重”将会在场地中间拍打。

Kingsway商业园:1,500个住宅,600,000平方米的工业

Kingsway商业园

北部门户的最后一个要素是另一个新的工业计划,与住房一起 - 通过罗奇代尔的Kingsway商业园的完工和扩建。

市议会的老板们提到了一个充分利用该地区周边环境的“绿色就业园区”的潜力。

它将拥有1,500个新住宅,并在M62以南的就业空间大幅扩张,直至Shaw北部的Rochdale Road和High Crompton公园。

该土地目前包括许多农业用地和农场,延伸到东部的Dun Wood公园。

将需要学校,健康和休闲设施,通往Newhey电车站的步行路线以及从M62的J21进入工业园区的新通道。

该计划指出,这将导致绿带失去,但将推动奥尔德姆和罗奇代尔的经济。

Bamford / Norden:750个家庭

该网站来自Norden Road

罗奇代尔市议会的老板认为,这个网站可以在一个非常乡村的地区提供昂贵的住房,“达到一个特殊的标准,瞄准住房市场的高端”。

“它旨在吸引和留住大曼彻斯特北部的高技能专业人士,”它说。

该开发将构成Norden Road以西的Norden和Bamford的延伸,创建“大型行政房”。

然而,这可能意味着转移板球俱乐部,以及作为网球场的体育场。

该计划承认必须特别注意不要破坏河谷。

Roch Valley,Smallbridge / Littleborough:300个家庭

罗奇代尔和利特尔伯勒之间的这些发展再次针对“高收入家庭”。

这两个地点都在受保护的开放土地上,而不是绿化带,需要整理洪水风险 - 理事会和环境署目前正在探讨这个问题,因为罗奇代尔是去年大拳击中受影响最严重的部分之一白天洪水。

一个站点从史密斯桥路沿着River Roch向西行驶,而第二个站点从New Street的New Road向南行驶。

格林盖特以南的网站上有分配标记,但计划中没有提及。

卡斯尔顿Trows Farm:500个房屋

南边是农场,北边是皇冠商业园

由Trows Lane和南面的工业用地界定的土地,东面的A672(M)和北面的皇冠商业园将需要数百套新房,从经济适用房到高档房。

该遗址是陡峭山坡的开阔土地,但规划者仍然相信它可以开发。

他们相信,它足以与皇冠商业园区分开。

开发人员对学校宿位的贡献是可以预期的。

史密斯桥,霍林沃思湖

霍林沃思湖

这个半乡村地区的新住宅将延伸至霍林沃思湖(Hollingworth Lake),与史密斯桥(Smith Bridge)接壤,并以霍林沃思路(Hollingworth Road)和莱恩银行(Lane Bank)为界。

该计划利用水边位置,可以看到300个高质量的房屋。

它承认,主要场所已经成为该地区的一个问题,因此只有新学校才能解决这个问题。

该发展将针对“高收入家庭”。

Lane End,Heywood:600个家庭

这条绿化带住宅开发项目距离M66沿线以及Simister和Middleton周围的“北部门户”扩建仅一箭之遥。

位于霍普伍德东部的工厂将需要600个新房来补充Pilsworth西部的新工作岗位。

然而,需要新的休闲绿地。

该地区的主要地方已经短缺,但新学校已经作为北部门户项目的一部分进行规划,因此规划人员认为可以吸收新的需求。

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Broadbent Moss:1,000个家庭,商业空间

Broadbent Moss,奥尔德姆

为奥尔德姆列出的所有主要拨款都强调,自治市镇没有很多合适的土地,远远大规模的商业或住房开发,部分原因是其中大部分只是错误的地形。

因此,Broadbent Moss是提出的几个绿地区域之一。

它将在Cop Road两侧的电车线以西建造近50,000平方米的就业空间,而在该线以东,将在Broadbent和Sholver之间建造1,000个新房。

这片土地是绿化带,保护空间和棕色田地的混合物,其中一些是农田。

沿着Ballcote Lane和Cop Road可能需要改善道路,那里可能还需要一个新的电车站,以及到Derker站的连接。

该计划表示它将与剩余的绿化带联系起来,但承认该网站存在需要解决的洪水问题。

Cowlishaw:640个家庭

该计划承认,在该地点提出的混合住房 - 位于Shaw西南部,与东部的Crompton小学接壤 - 需要'高质量的设计,限制对开阔乡村的影响'。

现场的各种池塘也需要保护,但它表示,由于其乡村地理位置,平坦的地形和强大的住房市场,有可能在一个有吸引力的地方提供“一系列高质量的住房”。

需要与Shaw和Royton镇中心的链接。

这个与绿化带接壤的地点目前被指定为“受保护的开放土地”,并且正在进行针对该计划的当地运动。

悬挂的房间:600个家庭

这条绿化带位于Royton的西北部,紧邻A627(M),位于该地区东部和北部的Castleton路,专门用于600个住宅。

与Cowlishaw一样,该计划强调将保留公共权利,也可能需要学校。

还需要医疗中心,商店,休闲和社区设施,以及通往罗奇代尔路的连接。

它强调Fir Bank Road主要不是提案的一部分。

比尔河谷:900个家庭

在布罗德本特(Broadbent)工地附近,巨大的比尔谷(Beal Valley)建议再次位于德尔克(Derker)至肖(Shaw)电车轨道以西的绿带和开放保护区。

根据计划,该计划需要900个新房,靠近Shaw的电车站。

Shawside的特殊生物学遗址将受到保护。

与Broadbent Moss一样,“高品质的园林绿化”将“最大限度地减少对更广泛景观的视觉影响,减轻其对环境的影响,并加强与邻近社区和乡村的联系”,它说。

Robert Fletchers工厂:度假屋,住房

没有秘密:弗莱彻在格林菲尔德的工厂一直处于为期三年的战斗中心

相信议会老板,Dovestones水库附近的旧造纸厂有可能吸引游客。

他们已经为100个新的度假小屋和另外120个高档住宅预留了专用房,“以敏感和适当的方式最大化这个独特位置的旅游潜力”。

这片土地位于Chew Brook的任何一处,可以在一个“理想的乡村地区”提供高档住房,包括“更大和定制”的住宅。

这个网站也是绿化带。

近年来,该厂可能最为人所知的是因为放射性物质遗留下来作为其工业历史遗留下来的争议 - 以及它是否会对公众健康构成风险。

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Ashton Moss / Little Moss:1,980套住宅,200,000平方米的商业空间

这是Tameside和Stockport边界上所谓的“东部门户”的一部分。

理事会领导人长期以来一直希望利用Ashton Moss,这一开发项目将在M60两侧看到陆地,延伸至J23以北,可容纳近2,000个住宅和200,000平方米的就业空间。

开发区内将有“增强型”体育设施,分为三个部分 - 一个位于高速公路以西,一个Sheldon Way勋爵以北,第二个位于Lumb Lane和Little Moss周围,包括前Littlemoss学校站点,以及在体育公园附近的阿什顿西区(Ashton West),有三分之一的人会看到它扩大

在他们之间,他们将提供经济实惠和行政房屋的混合物,并需要在东北部建立一个新的Droylsden火车站。

将需要卫生设施和小学,而附近的Droylsden学院和Fairfield High for Girls可能需要额外的地方。

但是,Ashton Moss需要进行大规模的修复。

一条“线性绿色走廊”将与M60并排,与Hollinworth支渠当地自然保护区相连。

戈德利绿色花园村:2,350个家庭

这是政府新的花园村计划的一项具体计划,旨在创造整个地区最大的住房扩建之一。

根据计划,海德东南部的土地可以容纳2,350个新房,这需要具有“杰出设计”。

他们将包括大量昂贵的行政房屋,在通过Hattersley和Hyde Godley火车站的良好交通连接的环境中

该计划表明,大曼彻斯特的其他地方很少能建造这样一个村庄 - 它已经赢得了当地议员乔纳森雷诺兹的支持,他认为通过提出一个大型的自给自足的发展,它可以获得整个基础设施所需的投资。

当考虑到附近其他开发项目的影响时,它将需要自己的小型村庄中心,医疗设施和新的中学。

这块土地目前是开阔的绿地。

Sidebottom Fold,Stalybridge:650个家庭

这片土地位于施普雷布里以东,位于科普利以东,紧邻奔宁山脉以西,是一片乡村,专门用于650个新房。

考虑到奔宁山麓旁边的位置,它需要在设计上“同情”,并且很可能是一个高档住宅区,其中包括入门住宅,但主要是昂贵的行政住房。

考虑到农村地区的敏感性,该计划强调当地总体规划将与开发商协商确定细节,但需要额外的学校容量 - 可能包括新的中学。

不包括足球场,并保留树篱和树木。

South Tameside:近1,000个新房

在海德的Apethorn Lane下降

This development is split into two parts: land at Hyde Hall farm off Ashton Road, south west of Haughton Green and to the west of Horse Close wood, and either side of Hyde Road between Woodley and Gee Cross, next to the Joshua Bradley pub and bounding Apethorn Lane.

Between them they could accommodate 935 'high quality' homes, council bosses believe.

That would include a range of housing, with various listed buildings including Hyde Hall and Apethorne farmhouse restored and protected.

There would be lots of green space within the development, they say, along with better access to the Peak canal and cash for schools and health services.

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Land north of Hyde Road in Mottram

Two large scale developments on greenfield outskirts of Mottram would mix new housing and commercial space.

Both are to the west of the village either side of the entrance along the M67, to the north and south of the motorway.

To the south of the road 174 homes are earmarked in a development that the plan says could be brought forward quickly, east of the M67 roundabout, south of Hyde Road and north of Arundale primary.

Meanwhile 70,000 sqm of employment floorspace, also to the east of the roundabout but north of Hyde Road and south of the planned bypass, is also proposed.

Mottram has been the subject of frenzied campaigning for years over the scale of congestion passing through to and from Sheffield.

The plan refers to highway improvements and a planned bypass, but residents may want more reassurance that such a development doesn't add to existing problems.

North Ashton: 675 new homes

Fields to the north of Ashton


A relatively unusual site in the framework in that it directly extends a town centre.

This collection of sites to the north of Ashton-under-Lyne would build on fields to the north of Holden Clough primary to provide nearly 700 new homes.

Holden Clough itself would be protected.

New road, walking and cycle links would be provided, including linking into the National Cycle Route 626.

Like the Mottram site, planners believe this development could be brought forward quickly – but again would need contributions towards surrounding road improvements.

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East Lancs corridor: North of Mossley Common in Wigan: 1,000 homes

该网站从Mort Lane查看

One of several large sites identified along the East Lancs Road, the framework says this land would be suitable for a 'substantial housing development'.

It is bounded by Mossley Common to the south, Tyldesley to the west and green belt land to the north, with Ellenbrook to the east.

Access could be created through from Mort Lane, Bridgewater Road and City Road, it says.

The location is an 'attractive' one for housing according to the plan and could provide up to 1,000 new homes.

It would need to be provided with an extra stop on the Leigh Guided Busway. Along with the other sites earmarked along this corridor, its developer would be required to provide the money for major public transport upgrades in the area.

East Lancs corridor: Cleworth Hall, Tyldesley, Wigan: 400 homes


This site sits east of Common Lane, south of Shakerley Brook, west of Cleworth Hall Lane to the east and north of the Cherington Drive and Peel Hall Avenue estates.

It is suitable for 400 homes, bosses believe, in a development that would retain 'most' of the existing woodland.

Again it would require major public transport improvements on the East Lancs.

The plan describes it as the 'logical urban extension to Tyldseley'.

East Lancs corridor: Pocket Nook, Lowton, Wigan: 130,000 sqm commercial space

Again on the same corridor, this agricultural site borders Lowton to the north and the East Lancs to the south.

It is suitable for 'substantial employment development' according to the plan, which would require a new junction on the A579 Atherleigh Way, also serving further development to the south of Pennington (see below).

As with the other proposals for this area, it would be required to pay towards a rapid transit scheme down the East Lancs into the city centre.

It would also safeguard a north-south corridor towards the west of Pocket Nook for construction of HS2.

As with a number of sites included in the framework, a flood risk is identified in the report.

'Carr Brook is subject to overtopping during flood events', it notes, adding that this would need to be 'taken into account'.

East Lancs corridor: South Pennington: 1,000 homes

从东兰奇(East Lancs)观看的宾夕法尼亚州南部的土地

Another 'substantial housing development' this time on the southern edge of Leigh.

This is essentially an expansion of Pennington, running down to the East Lancs to create 1000 homes.

A new junction would be needed so people don't have to travel through existing communities, says the framework, while again the developer must pay for the rapid transit scheme – which must be in place first.

According to the plan Leigh rugby club may have to make way for the development, although it says a replacement ground would be provided elsewhere on the site.

Farming south of the East Lancs may have to move somewhere else too, while it says some green belt – although not all – would be retained in order to keep a gap between Leigh and Lowton for wildlife.

That wildlife would need to be able to cross the planned new road, it notes.

East Lancs corridor: Between Astley and Boothstown: 1,000 new homes

Another 'substantial housing development' on the East Lancs corridor, bringing the total number of homes planned for either side of the road to 3,400.

The site – to the west of Boothstown and to the east of Astley – is in Wigan, but is likely to cause consternation in next door Salford too, as the greenfield site runs all the way up to the border with Boothstown at roads around Ribble Drive and Linkfield Drive.

Boothstown has seen wave after wave of development and repeated planning rows in recent years, with councillors regularly taking up placards in an attempt to stop developers, often Peel.

This latest plan would allow new residents to take advantage of the nearby canal for 'boating' and other leisure activities, it says.

Loss of green space would be compensated for by turning the nearby former tip – which sits on lowland wetlands – into public parkland.

Access would mainly be from existing junctions on the East Lancs – but development would not start until rapid transport into Manchester was up and running.

It would also create 'an attractive and accessible canalside walkway from Higher Green Lane to Vicars Hall Lane, with potential also for a marina'.

West of Gibfield: 750 homes, 45sq m of office space

将开发Gibfield Park Way两侧的土地

This green belt land in Wigan is described by the plan as bordering 'Wigan Road, Atherton and properties thereon to the south; Schofield Lane and open land to the east of Schofield Lane to the west; the Atherton railway line to the north; and properties on North Road, Atherton and the Gibfield development to the east'.

In creating 750 new homes and a substantial amount of employment space, Gibfield Park Way – which would see development on either side of it – could be extended towards J5 of the M61, it says, which would be 'transformative' due to poor current links.

Meanwhile a new tram-train along the Wigan to Manchester route could also serve the development.

New green space would be provided for neighbouring Daisy Hill and Atherton, it says – creating a 'new high quality gateway to Wigan' to take advantage of the M61 corridor.

M6, J25: Huge employment site

The M6 and M61 motorways are both key development corridors within this plan – which says Wigan has not to date taken sufficient advantage of the huge thoroughfare on its doorstep.

This site would build around 80 homes in order to expand Winstanley at the southern edge of Wigan, accessed from Castlemere Close.

The rest of the land would provide a 'major opportunity for manufacturing and distribution development in Wigan', particularly for logistics, creating 332,500 sqm of industrial space just off J25 sprawling along the motorway to the north east.

That junction would need substantially upgrading to an 'all-ways' junction, it says.

M6 J26: Industrial space, some housing

彭伯顿以西的油田专门用于工业发展

Another development along the motorway corridor in Wigan, this would create 150,000 sqm of floorspace, again with the M6 to the west.

It would see 170 new homes built in a small extension of Kitt Green east of Latham Lane, but most of the site would be industrial, sprawling out north east along the edge of the motorway.

A through-road would be built from Orrell Road to Spring Road to serve the development and provide better access to the nearby Heinz complex, while J26 itself would also need upgrading.

Liverpool Road, Hindley: 30 homes

The site from Liverpool Road


A much smaller site than most of those proposed, this would be a 'small extension to southern Hindley'.

Newark Road lies to the north, Hindley is to the east, Low Hall Park is to the south and Liverpool Road itself is to the west.

It would provide 30 homes, but the plan admits the area has a history of flooding.

The redundant bridge at Liverpool Road would be removed to create a new junction, helping to deal with the flood risk.

North of New Springs, Wigan: More than 1,000 homes

These fields north of the former Alexander colliery could provided 1,050 homes, according to the plan.

The Leeds-Liverpool canal runs along the north eastern boundary, Haigh Country park lies to the west and New Springs itself sits on the southern boundary.

It is a 'logical urban extension to Wigan', say council bosses.

'Most of the existing woodland planting, established hedgerows and the ponds' would be retained to provide open recreational space and natural habitat.

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Hulton Park and Chequerbent: 2,700 new homes

The entrance to Hulton Park

This huge green belt development in Bolton is made up of three separate sites, two for housing and one for commercial space.

Land east of Hulton Park would provide 1,000 homes, mostly more upmarket tree to four bed family housing. It would also see a 'high quality leisure destination'.

South of the Chequerbent roundabout there would be a further 1,700 homes, again three or four bed in general, some of it affordable – along with new shops, schools and parks.

North east of the roundabout would provide 25,000 sqm of employment space, including for logistics.

As part of the plan Westhoughton would get a bypass, with the area currently suffering 'significant congestion at peak times'.

So the bypass is 'essential', it says, while noting that the strain on surrounding health services and schools would also require a contribution from developers.

Local MP Chris Green has welcomed the bypass but questioned the need to build on green belt, with council leader Cliff Morris having promised over the summer to protect it where at all possible.

The plan notes the need to carefully protect a whole variety of surrounding natural resources, including Hulton Park and Gorse Wood.

Westhoughton expansion: 1,000 homes

Land west of Westhoughton and north of Dob Brow has been earmarked for hundreds of homes

In the same neck of the woods, this would add hundreds more homes to the west pf the district in a 'high quality extension to Westhoughton', bounded by the railway line to the north and Dob Brow to the south.

Again the strain on education and health service and the need to compensate for that are referenced, as well as developer contributions for public transport and improvements to junctions along the A58 Cricketers Way, Chequerbent Roundabout and Junction 5 of the M61.

It is 'essential' that it doesn't put extra strain on the surrounding roads, it adds.

North Bolton: 3,000 homes

This is the only part of the plan effectively missing – a large swathe of land to the north of Bolton that has not been allocated in detail.

Council bosses do not have any one go-to site to provide the housing they want, but the intention is to build more than 3,000 in total.

As a result they are looking at more than a dozen smaller sites in the hope of finding the space they need north of Bolton proper, from Moss Bank Way in the west to Harwood in the east.

Development could help improve the settings of heritage sites, including a string of conservation areas and Smithills country park.

The plan says it would create more expensive housing in an 'attractive setting' where there is a 'relatively strong housing market'.

Some of the area is in green belt, but as sites have not been allocated it is unclear where development would stray onto protected land.

M61 corridor: Massive industrial expansion


As with plans for development along the M6 in Wigan, the M62, M66 and the East Lancs, this forms part of the conurbation's massive proposed industrial expansion.

It stretches either side of the motorway at J6, but mostly to the west - and would provide 440,000 sqm of warehousing and other space.

The A6 and Dicconson lane lie to the north, a disused railway line to the west and Westhoughton golf course to the south.

A site of biological importance would need to be protected within the site with woodlands, hedgerows and ponds retained 'where practicable'.

It would complement Middlewood retail park and Logistics North in the same corridor, council bosses believe, and would be one of the region's key strategic sites.

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Southwick Park, Wythenshawe: 20 homes

This relatively small south Manchester residential development is unusual in that it proposes to build over an existing park and play area.

In the shadow of the M60, it would see family housing created alongside new play facilities, with outdoor amenities facing away from the motorway.

Council bosses believe the loss of the park is 'acceptable', although it does not clarify on what basis.

Manchester's other main development sites in the plan are mentioned above - a huge expansion to airport city and continued development in the city centre.

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Expansion of Bredbury park: Industrial space

Bredbury park would expand north east towards the river

The plan says this is pretty much the only place in Stockport that could be identified for a substantial commercial development.

It would see the park expand east and up towards the River Tame to encroach on green belt.

'Critical regard will need to be had to minimising impact on the river valley', it notes.

In total it would provide 90,000 sqm of industrial floorspace, particularly suited to engineering firms – a site three times the size of the Ikea footprint up the road in Ashton.

The move may require an upgrade of J25 of the M60, it says, while people living in more deprived neighbouring areas such as Brinnington should be given the best opportunity possible to take advantage of the jobs it would create.

Concerns have already been raised about the green belt incursion, however, with local MP Andrew Gwynne promising to fight to protect the Tame Valley.

Woodford: 2,400 homes

The Woodford site, taken from Church Lane


One of several very large Stockport green belt sites likely to cause major controversy.

This huge development of 2,400 new homes is intended to complement nearby Woodford garden village at the old aerodrome and is bounded by Church Lane to the west, Moor Lane to the north, Woodford centre to the east.

Currently it s open green fields and woods – and locals, who have been drawing up their own 'neighbourhood plan' for development for some time, already say better sites could be found nearer the aerodrome itself.

Cheadle MP Mary Robinson is publicly opposing the plans.

The framework says that Stockport's own local plan would determine the degree of affordable housing, but that it would include lots of homes for older people in a location 'attractive to the housing market'.

It notes that Woodford is already well connected to the M56 but that 'significantly' improved transport links would be needed.

Woodland would be kept and ponds 'where possible'.

High Lane: 4,000 new homes

The biggest single housing development proposed in the region, this is again likely to be highly contentious.

Bounded by Threaphurst Lane to the west, the A6 to the south, Windlehurst to the east and Torkington to the north, this greenbelt site would take thousands of new homes.

A tram-train extension from Rose Hill to Marple is a complete 'pre requisite' according to the plan, potentially linking with Hazel Grove.

But there is little transport information beyond that, as there is a review of future transport around Stockport still on going.

A natural corridor along the Macclesfield canal would be provided, along with developer contributions for health and schools, while Middlewood Way would remain a walking, cycling, and riding route.

Local Tory MP William Wragg has already objected, describing the proposals as 'over zealous' and suggesting there is too little additional transport infrastructure.

A34, Cheadle Hulme/Heald Green: 3,700 homes

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Behind the Seashell Trust, off Stanley Road, Cheadle Hulme

Stockport is taking a big hit on major green belt developments in the plan, with council bosses arguing that there simply isn't enough brownfield in the borough not to.

This site off the A34 north of the Seashell Trust would take nearly 4,000 homes, stretching from the roundabout at Gillbent to Bradshaw Hall Lane, and out as far as Wilmslow Road.

On the other side of the A34 it would take in land bounded by playing fields and existing housing in Smithy Green.

The plan says enough land would be left for the Seashell Trust's charity HQ to expand and develop, while new access to the main road would be provided at Eden oint.

It presents 'an opportunity to provide an extension to Heald Green and Cheadle Hulme', says the framework, but admits the proposal is 'a large scale of development in an area which already suffers from severe congestion'.

Local MP Mary Robinson is objecting to the plans, arguing they do not fit in with any wider vision for Stockport in general and use up valuable green belt.

Outwood Farm, Heald Green: 2,000 homes

Not far too away from the A34 development is another huge proposed scheme west of Outwood Road in Heald Green.

The greenbelt land, bounded by the railway line on the other side, could take 2,000 homes according to the plan, including some affordable housing.

It says any 'lost sports facilities' would have to be replaced, although the boundary of the site does not appear to include Styal golf course or Cheadle and Gatley football club.

Public transport and roads would have to be improved first, says the plan, while mitigation would have to be taken against airport noise and contributions received towards expanding health services and schools.

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