Land and Communities
Mosley Common, Tyldesley
Plans: Plans for the Mosley Common site can accommodate up the 1,800 new homes and will create a new community within an attractive landscape framework. The built and natural environment established will be of high quality and a potential to deliver a country park.
- £246m investment in construction of the proposed development
- 255 jobs supported in retail and leisure jobs
- £44.5 uplift in gross annual income from new employed residents
- £11.8m additional New Homes Bonus
- Potential for the delivery of a new Country Park
- Development will be integrated with a multi-modal green and blue infrastructure network which delivers a truly landscape-led approach to development
- Includes a new stop on the Leigh-Salford-Manchester guided busway, meaning it is a highly accessible with numerous opportunities for sustainable travel and reducing reliance on the private car
Plans: Gibfield Park will be a high-quality mixed-use development within an attractive landscape framework with the ability to delivery c. –500 - 550 new homes both affordable and open market and 45,500 sq m of employment space providing modern, flexible and high specification floorspace which will be suitable for commercial and industrial occupiers and will form a logical expansion to the Gibfield Park Industrial Area.
- 4m investment in the construction of the proposed development
- A network of green infrastructure and leisure resources, including a substantial and accessible Country Park, connections to the wider natural environment and enhancements to the PRoW network
- Connections to local transport bus and rail links located near to the site.
- The co-location of housing and employment which enables a sustainable pattern of growth
- Aim for Biodiversity Net Gain through the retention of valued habitats and enhancement of biodiversity resources via green infrastructure, wetlands, hedgerow/tree planting and ongoing habitat management.
- A comprehensive SuDS network
- Exploring renewable energy generation and sustainable construction methods to minimise carbon impact