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Martin Street, Audenshaw

Martin Street - Audenshaw - Manchester - M34 5JA

Taylor Wimpey are proposing to build approximately 169 new homes at the former Mono Pumps site, off Martin Street, Audenshaw.  The new homes will be a combination of one, two, three and four bedrooms.

  • Our proposals for the former Mono Pumps site

    The former Mono Pumps manufacturing complex is located off Martin Street, Audenshaw and is a brownfield site.  Most of the structures have now been demolished.  It’s approximately 12 acres in size and is generally flat.  The proposed development is located adjacent to the Guide Bridge train station which provides direct access into Manchester City Centre in 14 minutes and direct access into Glossop in 20 minutes.  

    The site comprises of previously developed land to the east of Audenshaw town centre and offers a suitable location for residential led development adjacent to an existing residential area.

    Development of this site would deliver regeneration benefits by removing the unattractive industrial buildings and replacing them with a high quality residential development. Evidence gathered to date suggests that the ‘loss’ of the former Mono Pumps employment site to a residential end use would not result in any negative effects to the supply of employment land within the Borough.

    Taylor Wimpey have submitted a full planning application which will seek permission for 169 new homes on this brownfield site.  

    What is a full planning application?

    Taylor Wimpey have submitted a full planning application which will seek permission for all aspects of the proposed development including design of the layout, number of houses, appearance, access, landscaping and materials to be used on the development.  This information has been submitted to Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council, at which stage the Council will also consult local residents on the information submitted.  To see the full planning application, please click here.  The application number is 16/00822/FUL.

  • About the site

    The site is located south west of Ashton-under-Lyne and accessed off of the A6017 Guide Lane.  To the north of the site is Guide Bridge train station which provides direct access into Manchester City Centre in 14 minutes and direct access into Glossop in 20 minutes.  To the north there are industrial units and there are existing residential properties to west.  The River Tame is to the east of the site.

    Map showing location of Martin Street Audenshaw

    Location of proposed development (image courtesy of Google Maps)

    Remediation and Redevelopment

    The site is the former Mono Pumps site and most of the structures have now been demolished by the current owners. 

    Demolition of exisiting buildings at Martin Street Audenshaw

    Demolition of exisiting buildings

     
  • What is being proposed for the former Mono Pumps site?

    Taylor Wimpey has submitted a full planning application for 169 new homes which will consist of one, two, three and four bedrooms.   The range of homes will provide much needed new housing for the residents of Tameside.  The proposed scheme will comprise of apartments, mews, semi-detached and detached homes.

    Proposed layout for the former Mono Pumps site

    Mono Pumps Proposed Layout

    Proposed layout for Mono Pumps, Audenshaw which has been submitted to Tameside Council

    To see a larger version of the proposed layout, please click here


     Example of proposed semi-detached house at Martin Street Audenshaw

    Example of semi-detached home proposed at Martin Street, Audenshaw



    Example of proposed detached house at Martin Street Audenshaw

    Example of detached home proposed at Martin Street, Audenshaw

     
  • Community Benefits

    This proposed residential development, consisting of 169 new homes in Tameside can bring a number of economic benefits to the local area and we have estimated these using UK-wide statistical data.

    What will our proposals provide for the people of Audenshaw?

    • Publicly accessible open spaces for new and local residents
    • Financial contributions towards public open space, education and highways in the local area

    What will the development bring to the area?

    Building the homes:

    • 188 construction jobs per year during construction
    • 27 indirect jobs supported per year during construction

    Once people move in:

    • £850,000 first occupation expenditure – total anticipated spend on goods and services by people as they move into the new houses, to make them feel like home
    • £3.7 million total spend by residents per annum

    Additional local authority income:

    • Council tax receipts of (approx.) £177,000 per annum
    • New homes bonus of (approx.) £1 million
  • News & Updates

    A leaflet and feedback form has been sent to local residents and businesses to inform them of our proposals and intention to submit a full planning application.  A copy of the leaflet is available here and a copy of the feedback form is available here. A copy of the full planning application can be viewed here.  The application number is 16/00822/FUL.

    Anticipated timescales

    Submission of full planning application
    Autumn 2016
    Planning determination
    Winter 2016
    Start on site
    Spring 2017
    First home completed
    Autumn 2017

    We will be regularly updating this website to provide you with further information regarding our progress with this development.

    If you would like any further information with regards to our new homes and proposals for the development, please register your interest above.