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Bruntwood Works and Trafford Council launch consultation for Stamford Quarter

Bruntwood Works and Trafford Council want to hear from the local community as they share plans for the future development of the Stamford Quarter in Altrincham. The vision, which has been put forward by the joint venture between Bruntwood Works and Trafford Council, is to transform the Stamford Quarter into a mixed-use destination. At the heart of the proposals are plans to reshape the high street by blending retail, leisure, commercial and residential space in a bid to encourage more people to come into the town centre.

Councillor Andrew Western, Leader of Trafford Council, said: “Trafford Council is keen to gather as many views as possible on these plans and wants the local community to take the lead. Your views are vitally important to us and will shape our future. We have made creating successful and thriving places a top priority and the plans for the regeneration of the Stamford Quarter meet our commitments. The exciting mix of retail, residential, leisure and commercial will create a Stamford Quarter to be proud of and one for all generations to enjoy.”

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