Our proposals aim to revitalise Altrincham’s town centre offer by creating a mix of uses which will complement the existing retail and leisure, and by bringing more people and more activity to the town.
Altrincham already has all of the ingredients that make a successful, sustainable and liveable town. We believe that there is a fantastic opportunity to regenerate Stamford Quarter to create a new liveable neighbourhood that benefits the community, brings variety, reinvigorates the town centre retail and leisure offer, and provides long-term sustainable economic growth.
Since the joint venture was formed between Bruntwood Works and Trafford Council in 2019 we’ve been developing a long-term vision for the future of Stamford Quarter and we are delighted to be able to share our thoughts with you.
This is our virtual public consultation page, where you can find out more information about our proposals to secure the future of Stamford Quarter and have your say.
AN EXCITING VISION FOR REGENERATION. TO REINVIGORATE THE HIGHSTREET, CONNECT PEOPLE, BUILD COMMUNITY AND IMPROVE PUBLIC SPACES AT THE HEART OF ALTRINCHAM.
A range of proposals and themes are being presented as part of the Stamford Quarter Future Vision. Before progressing with planning for proposed developments, we'd like to hear your views and feedback on the plans.
The proposed plan will require substantial development which will require a phased approach. The plans show how the proposed regeneration will happen in phases over the next few years, subject to planning approval.
In October 2019, a joint venture between Trafford Borough Council and Bruntwood Works was formed, with the Stamford Quarter and Clarendon House on Stamford New Road part of the initial acquisition.
The 367,000 sq ft site, as it is currently known, acts as a retail destination and high street, with a mixture of big name and independent operators providing a number of retail, hospitality and leisure services to the local community.
We know the more diverse, culturally rich, connected, sustainable and fulfilled our communities are, the greater our towns and cities will become. Which is why it’s our aim to create an environment to help businesses thrive and work becomes a lifestyle; where workspace, residential, retail, wellness and leisure facilities interface to create a community.
To do this, we will regenerate the town centre by creating a mixed use destination in the Stamford Quarter, which compliments Altrincham’s current offering.