A 152-acre Cheshire scheme is to be development for distribution, storage and industrial users.
Haughton Estate, advised by HOW Planning, has submitted the first reserved matters application for the Cheshire Green scheme in Wardle, Cheshire.
Up to 40 units of various sixes are planned as part of a 1.45m sq ft scheme.
The plans will pave the way for the transformation of the land at the former Wardle Airfield, creating a strategic new employment park which will focus on industrial, storage and distribution users.
The site has been identified for employment development in the emerging Cheshire East Local Plan. This first reserved matters application seeks approval for the layout, scale, appearance and landscaping for the site access works, which will help the site come forward for development.
Said Rhian Harris, Senior Planner at HOW Planning: “Our client has now secured LEP funding to bring forward the proposed new roundabout junction. Approval of this first reserved matters application will significantly increase the site’s attractiveness to the market and help in securing end users for the Cheshire Green development.”
Fisher German and Legat Owen are retained as joint agents.