Welcome to the public consultation website for Stretford Mall and the town centre
Trafford Council and Bruntwood Works are working in partnership to transform the town centre and provide new places to play, work, shop and live.
We have launched public consultation on our exciting plans for King Street, the new heart of retail and leisure in Stretford – please click on ‘King Street’ above for more information. Please select ‘Proposals’ to view the complete online consultation materials, including further information about the wider redevelopment of the Mall and Lacy Street sites.
The main aspects of the proposals are:
Reinstate King Street as a lively new high street. We aim to keep existing businesses and attract new shops, cafes, restaurants and bars to Stretford – including independent and well-known brands.
Establish a new covered permanent market. With outdoor seating, eateries and bar areas, this will open-up the local evening economy too.
Significant and beautifully-designed new public open spaces and green areas – equivalent to 1.5 football pitches – will be provided for residents, workers and visitors to enjoy.
Regenerate Lacy Street car park and former Royal Mail Sorting Office site to create a waterside neighbourhood with new homes and leisure.
Significant investment to modernise the Multi-Storey Car Park to make it light, convenient and safe for residents, shoppers and visitors.
Kingsway and Chester Road – ambitious plans for future improvements.
A maximum of 800 new homes – expected to be split with circa 650 new homes around the Mall site and around 150 at Lacy Street – will cater for a wide mix of local need including affordable housing.
A new St Matthew’s residential quarter, offering a variety of new homes of differing types and sizes, including affordable homes. These will be set alongside parks and new greenspaces.
Before we submit a planning application, we would like to know what you think of these proposals. Please complete the online feedback form here.
All comments received will be reviewed by the development team and incorporated into the proposals where possible.
A planning application will be submitted to Trafford Council shortly. The Council will assess the proposals and conduct their own formal consultation process, before making a decision on whether to approve the plans.
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