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Pozzonis contemporary redevelopment of Stamford House Altrincham wins unanimous planning approval.
15 November 2010
The Pozzoni redevelopment design proposals for Stamford House Altrincham have now received Planning Approval with unanimous support from The Council, despite concerns expressed by The Victorian Society and Altrincham & Bowdon Civic Society.
The contemporary approach will convert the upper vacant floors to Apartments, revamp the retail facilities at Street level and replace the existing dilapidated building facing Altrincham Bus Station with a new retail extension to link with the existing Grade 2 listed building.
This is a major step forward for Altrincham’s revitalisation, and a high profile project, right on the doorstep of our North West Head Office.
Partner Stewart Grant explained why this project is so important to the practice – “This design respects the original buildings whilst injecting a new and exciting look to the heart of Altrincham which links into the main transport hub. We are confident that this project will play a major role in revitalising the Town Centre, and are delighted to continue our long standing relationship with the local community”
Work is to start on site sometime next year, with update news to follow.
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