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Pennine Gate

£159,995 - £172,500

Pennine Gate is a new development ideally located on the outskirts of the growing town of Rochdale, Pennine Gate offers a fabulous choice three & four bedroom new homes in a range of mews, semi-detached & detached designs. 

Broad Lane - Rochdale - Greater Manchester - OL16 4PY

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Mon 11:00 to 17:00
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Sun 11:00 to 17:00
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    From the M62
    Leave the M62 at junction 20, and take the A627 (signposted Rochdale). When the road splits, stay in the right lane, and then turn right taking the A664 (signposted Todmorden). At the next roundabout, take the 1nd exit onto Queensway/A664. Continue for approximately 0.8 miles, then turn right onto Oldham Road/A671. Continue for approximately half a mile, then turn left onto Broad Lane. Follow the road for approximately 0.7 miles, turning right at the mini roundabout, and you will arrive at Pennine Gate on your right hand side.

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    March 2016 - Taylor Wimpey Manchester renews sponsorship with Pennine Juniors

    Taylor Wimpey Manchester is thrilled to announce that it will be supporting Rochdale-based Pennine Juniors Football Club for the second consecutive season. 


    Pennine Juniors & Pennine Gate Sales
    and Production Team

    The leading homebuilder, whose Pennine Gate development is a short distance from the club, has donated £275 to supply tracksuits for the club’s under 10s and under 12s teams, following a £500 donation to provide kits last year.

    Antony Buck, child welfare officer at Pennine Juniors, comments: “We are a real grass-roots organisation, having grown quickly to include 26 teams in just over 10 years. That’s 300 players, so support from local businesses such as Taylor Wimpey is hugely appreciated.”

    Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, says: “We’re delighted to be supporting Pennine Juniors once again. The club gives a lot to the community, which has welcomed us with open arms, so we’re looking forward to seeing their successes in the coming season.”

    Antony concludes: “The players look great in their new tracksuits, which are used for outdoor training and travel. We’re really grateful for the ongoing support and are looking forward to our forthcoming season even more, thanks to Taylor Wimpey.”

    December 2015 - Christmas lands at Pennine Gate

    Taylor Wimpey Manchester, is preparing for the festive season at its popular Pennine Gate development, in Rochdale, and is inviting buyers in the region to a Christmas event on the 10th December.

    In-line with the event, the developer has had a helping hand from the pupils of St Mary’s Church of England Primary School, who have decked out the development by crafting their own individual baubles which have been hung on the developer’s 10ft Christmas tree. On the day, mulled wine and mince pies will be served for attendees to enjoy, while live music will be provided by Milnrow Brass Band.

    Garry Johnson, head teacher at St Mary’s Church of England Primary School, comments: “The children are bursting with excitement as we get closer to Christmas, and participating in this festive activity has had them bubbling over with festive cheer. They are very proud to have their specially decorated baubles displayed at the development.”


    Since launching Pennine Gate, Taylor Wimpey has partnered with a number of local community organisations including Springhill Hospice, Pennine Juniors Football Club and the RSPCA Rochdale.

    Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, says: “For a number of our residents at Pennine Gate this is the first Christmas in their new home, and we wanted to help them celebrate by spreading the festive feel. We also felt it was the perfect opportunity to showcase this wonderful close-knit community to prospective buyers in the area, which is why we asked St Mary’s to get involved with the festivities and transform our development into a Christmas haven.”

    Chloe concludes: “We’re expecting this event to be incredibly popular with both existing and prospective customers, so if you’re living at Pennine Gate or are considering moving to the area, come along to find out more. We would also like to say a big thanks to the pupils of St Mary’s who really have brought Christmas to life at the development."

    The event will take place at the development on Broad Lane, on 10th December between 6pm and 8pm.

    November 2015 - Homebuilder sends Santa overseas

    Taylor Wimpey Manchester is thrilled to announce that it will be supporting Teams4U’s Christmas Shoe Box Appeal for 2015, by encouraging families in Greater Manchester to donate necessities to families in Eastern Europe this festive season.

    The Pennine Gate development will act as shoe box drop-off points between the 16th and 20th November  this year - to enable families in the region to give something back to those less fortunate in time for Christmas.

    Ziz York, project co-ordinator at Teams4U, comments: “It’s amazing to have the support from a company as renowned as Taylor Wimpey, so we cannot thank the team enough.
    “We’re asking people to donate necessities such as toothbrushes, soap, hats and scarves, as well as a few nice-to-haves that many of us take for granted such as sweets, games, and toys. In addition to the children’s boxes, we have our ‘Mama Boxes’ – for these we’re asking for home essentials such as small saucepans, plastic utensils, cups and bowls.”

    This year is the Christmas Shoe Box Appeal’s 25th anniversary, so Teams4U is set to provide 25,000 boxes to vulnerable families across Eastern Europe. The charity is also asking people to make a small donation of £2 per box they submit, which will cover the cost of transportation.
    Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, explains: “The Christmas Shoe Box Appeal is an incredible initiative and one we’re only too happy to be supporting.
    “The Pennine Gate development will be open for drop-offs for the last two weeks of November, and we’re anticipating lots of locals to offer their support for this amazing and worthwhile cause.” The development is open Thursday to Monday, between 11am and 5pm. 

    Ziz concludes: “We would like to thank the team at Taylor Wimpey for this support, it truly is much appreciated. We’re confident that with this help, we will achieve our ambitious target to supply 25,000 boxes this year.”

    May 2015 - Pennine Juniors score new kit with Taylor Wimpey

    Taylor Wimpey Manchester is thrilled to be announced as the 2015/2016 sponsor of Rochdale-based Pennine Juniors Football Club’s under nines and under 11s teams.

    The leading homebuilder, which is currently building new properties at the Pennine Gate development just a short distance from the club, has donated £500 to fund brand-new kits for the much-anticipated forthcoming season.

    Sales Exec Maureen with the Pennine Juniors Team


    David Simmonds, president at Pennine Juniors, comments: “The day-to-day running of the club is expensive alone, so when you throw things like kits into the mix, it can be extremely difficult for us to fund everything. The new kits look fantastic and we’re thrilled to have a name as big as Taylor Wimpey supporting our under nines and under 11s teams.”

    Pennine Juniors is a ‘grass roots’ junior football club and currently has 32 teams, ranging from under sevens to under 17s.

    Chloe Dunn, associate sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, explains: “As soon as we heard that the teams at Pennine Juniors were in need of new kits, we jumped at the chance to help out.  “It’s clear that the club is very much at the heart of the Rochdale community and we’re glad that the players love their new kits."

    David concludes: “It’s thanks to companies like Taylor Wimpey that we’re able to continue with our work throughout the community, so we’re extremely grateful for this generous donation.”



    February 2015 - Homebuilder helps refurb RSPCA Rochdale pod 

    Leading property developer Taylor Wimpey has sponsored a kitten and mother pod at the RSPCA’s Rochdale and District Branch. The centre, which is located just a short distance from the homebuilder’s brand-new Pennine Gate development, has received a donation of more than £500 to support with its work in the local community.


    Pennine Gate Sales Exec Maureen at RSPCA Rochdale

    David Canavan, Chairman of the RSPCA Rochdale comments: “As one of the largest centres in the North of England, winter is a difficult time for us and, as you can imagine, post-Christmas we are faced with a lot of pressure. Taylor Wimpey’s kind donation has enabled us to refurbish a pod and really will make a difference to our cats and kittens.”

    The RSPCA attends approximately 250,000 cases of animal cruelty and receives around 1.4 million calls per year.

    Chloe Dunn, Associate Sales & Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester explains: “As animal lovers, we understand the importance of the RSPCA’s work and it’s astonishing how many cases they attend year-on-year. We are thrilled that our donation will make such a difference and hope this helps them to continue with their amazing work in the Rochdale area – where our Pennine Gate development is currently taking shape.”

    David concludes: “I would like to take this opportunity to thank Taylor Wimpey for their support on behalf of the whole centre – it truly is very much appreciated. Support of this kind really does make a difference to the animals which need our care!"

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