WHEATSHEAF HOTEL REDEVELOPMENT
Wheatsheaf Hotel in the Sandiway Conservation Area is the subject to a Planning Application for the site to be redeveloped, changing the use to residential with retention of the buildings with additional building together with an underground car park. The Civic Soc is objecting on the grounds of over-intensive use of the site. Liz Lewis will be sent a copy.
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Green Space Strategy
Trafford MBC is to review their Green Space Strategy as it is now ten years old. The review will cover all aspects of green space including parks, recreation space, children’s play space, public health, biodiversity, and climate change.
The Altrincham & Bowdon Civic Society will be making a contribution to the revision to ensure no green space is lost and what we currently have is enhanced and complimented. If you would like to be involved then either contact the Civic Society or Trafford direct. Trafford have already said they want the review and rewrite to have as much public involvement as possible.
The loss of Green Belt land within the Trafford boundary is outside the scope of this review except where it might impinge on recreation space.
The 2009 Strategy document can be found here https://www.trafford.gov.uk/planning/strategic-planning/docs/trafford-greenspace-strategy-january-2010.pdf
Greater Manchester Spatial Framework
Altrincham & Bowdon Civic Society made a contribution to the second public consultation of the proposals contained within the new Greater Manchester Spatial Framework. We have been drawing on the expertise of the Council for the Protection of Rural England who have done some excellent work on detailing how the Framework’s employment and housing needs figures far exceed what is really going to be required. Using more realistic employment figures the loss of Green Belt will be much less.
The GM Spatial Framework will be brought back for the third and final public consultation in July 2019. This will be the last opportunity to change the Framework’s plans for extensive housing on the Timperley Wedge and the inevitable spread of Manchester Airport westwards. Through the A&BCS website we will be alerting you to ways you can influence this final iteration.