Altrincham was established as a market town in 1290 and has a unique historic character. There are many attributes which contribute to this character including listed buildings, historic buildings of merit and five separate Conservation Areas.

In the past decade Altrincham has been transformed, eventually being crowned England’s Champion High Street 2018 in the Great British High Street Awards, and named as the Best Place to Live 2020 by the Sunday Times. This transformation has, in large part, been due to the refurbishment of the Market House and Altrincham Market, alongside substantial investment in the public realm that has created an environment that is attractive and accessible; encouraging people to linger and spend time in the town centre.

Altrincham has all the ingredients that make a liveable town, and there is a fantastic opportunity for Stamford Quarter to build upon its recent success; further enhancing Altrincham’s regeneration and creating a new liveable neighbourhood that complements the town and provides long term sustainable growth.