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  1. ABIDOGUN, Kemi (Christian Peoples Alliance)
  2. CLIFFORD, Peter (Communist League)
  3. DISCO, The Irrelevant Johnny (The Official Monster Raving Loony Party)
  4. GALLOWAY, George (Independent)
  5. HOPKINS, David Michael
  6. KHAN, Mohammed Afzal (Labour Party)
  7. MAYO, Jess (Green Party)
  8. PEARCEY, Jackie (Liberal Democrats)

Major Levenshulme Housing Development Approved

A major housing development has been approved for the former Atlas Engineering site off Chapel Street.

The development will provide:

  • Erection of 64 no. dwellings comprising of:
  • 28 x two bedroom apartments with associated 28 space car park and communal bin storage area;
  • 22 x three bedroom houses;
  • 6 x four bedroom houses;
  • 8 x four bedroom houses with garages;
  • boundary treatments (including walls, railings gates and fences), formation of new access road linking Elbow Street and Stanhope Street and landscaping following demolition of existing buildings.

This will be a significant improvement as this site has been derelict land for many years. Developers Mulbury will start work in Spring 2017.

David Wroe, head of Mulbury Living, said:

“This site provides an excellent opportunity to increase the supply of high-quality, sustainable family homes in Levenshulme. By regenerating a site that has fallen into disrepair, these homes will also have a significant positive impact on the local area, including a new street layout and landscaping.

The development has been designed with respect for the existing homes in the area. They will be of a modern appearance with the use of red-facing brick and rendered gables, while the apartment block will acknowledge the architecture of the former Atlas Mill.”

View the planning application HERE

View the article from Place North West HERE

News article from Mulbury HERE

See the plan superimposed on an aerial photograph HERE (Thanks to Tim Blackwell)