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Land off Hollin Lane and Langley Lane

Hollin Lane - Middleton - Manchester - Greater Manchester - M24 5LF

Taylor Wimpey are currently preparing reserved matters planning applications for approximately 193 new homes off Hollin Lane and approximately 115 new homes off Langley Lane, Middleton.  

  • Welcome

    In January 2016 Taylor Wimpey received approval for our two outline applications for Hollin Lane and Langley Lane, Middleton.  The applications were approved in  ‘outline’ which has established  the principle of development. 

    Hollin Lane and Langley Lane sites are located on the northern edge of Middleton, between existing residential developments and the M62 motorway. 

    New housing development in Middleton will help to meet the local and national need for new homes. New homes on the Hollin Lane and Langley Lane sites will be ideally located for accessing jobs and amenities in Manchester and Rochdale. Development will also bring significant benefits to the community, including new construction jobs, apprenticeships for local young people, and increased spending within the local economy.

    Taylor Wimpey are now preparing to submit reserved matters planning applications.

    What is reserved matters planning application?

    We are now preparing to submit reserved matters planning applications which includes the detailed layout, landscaping of these developments and the appearance and design of the new homes. This information will be submitted to Rochdale Borough Council, at which stage the Council will also consult local residents on the information submitted.

  • About the site

    The sites are located on the northern edge of Middleton, between existing development and the M62 motorway.  Manchester City is locate approx. 30 minutes drive away with the bus route taking approx. 40 minutes.

    Hollin Lane & Langley Lane map

    In blue are the Hollin Lane & Langley Lane proposed residential developments

  • What is being proposed for Middleton?

    Taylor Wimpey will submit reserved matters planning applications for Hollin Lane and Langley Lane totalling approximately 308 new homes.  These proposed developments will include two, three and four bedroom homes which will be a combination of mews, semi-detached and detached properties. 

    Proposed layout for the Hollin Lane development

    Hollin Lane proposed layout

    Proposed layout for Hollin Lane, Middleton for approximately 193 new homes

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

    Proposed layout for the Langley Lane development

    Proposed development off Langley Lane, Rochdale

     

     

     

    Proposed layout for Langley Lane, Middleton for approximately 115 new homes

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

    Proposed Homes at Hollin Lane & Langley Lane, Middleton

    Example of proposed semi-detached house at Martin Street Audenshaw 

    Example of semi-detached home proposed at Hollin Lane & Langley Lane, Middleton

     

    Example of proposed detached house at Martin Street Audenshaw

    Example of detached home proposed at Hollin Lane and Langley Lane, Middleton

     
  • What can Taylor Wimpey bring to Middleton?

    Community Benefits

    This proposed residential development, consisting of approximately 308 new homes in Middleton 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 Middleton?

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

    What will the development bring to the area?

    Building the homes:

    • 61 indirect jobs supported per year during construction

    Once people move in:

    • £1,540,000 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
    • £8.9 million total spend by residents per annum

    Additional local authority income:

    • Council tax receipts of (approx.) £323,708 per annum
    • New homes bonus of (approx.) £1.9 million
  • News and updates

    A leaflet and feedback form have been sent to local residents and businesses to inform them of our proposals and intention to submit a reserved matters planning application.  A copy of the leaflet is available here and a copy of the feedback form is available here.  We welcome any feedback you many have.  Alternative please click on the have you say button at the top of the screen. 

    Anticipated Timescales

    Submission of reserved matters planning applications
    Autumn 2016
    Planning determination
    Winter 2016
    Start on site
    Spring 2017
    First home completed Summer 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.

    Taylor Wimpey in the community

    Taylor Wimpey invited students from Hopwood Hall College to its site in Heywood - coverage from the Rochdale Observer below:

                                             TW Middleton - Hopwood Hall College site visit coverage

    In addition, Taylor Wimpey also donated £500 towards a piano for Sandbrook Primary School - coverage from the Manchester Evening News below: 

                                                                                               0924 Manchester Evening News main