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Planning gained for Lancaster Club site in Failsworth
25 June 2012
Oldham Council has given the green light to a new residential-led regeneration opportunity in Failsworth.
We have masterplanned the scheme for Oldham Council which delivers a wide range of potential benefits to residents and the local community – including 140 new family homes, a commercial soccer centre with 10 artificial mini pitches, sports pavilion, floodlighting and car park, relocated and increased number of allotments, a new commercial unit and future protection for the Grade ll listed Lancaster Club.
Pozzoni also provided design support for the proposed relocation of playing fields and sports facilities to an existing area of open space on the vacant Higher Lime site at Limeside.ï¿½
Councillor Jim McMahon, Oldham Council Leader, said: “The Lancaster Club site offers huge potential for high-quality homes which Failsworth and the surrounding area needs - and in a location that is second-to-none in terms of its connectivity to Oldham and Manchester.”
“The site is critical to concluding the deal with Oldham Athletic which will allow the club to invest in Boundary Park and put right the ageing stadium while also healing this sore for Failsworth residents.
“What we must do is not rush into any development, but ensure that - whatever the final scheme looks like – it is a flagship development which people will aspire to live in and one that gives a major boost to the surrounding area.”
Planning permission for this scheme is also the latest step in a proposed package with Oldham Athletic Football Club. This deal in principle – agreed in August 2011 – seeks to deliver regeneration benefits and keep the professional football club in the Borough at Boundary Park.
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