Hattersley estate in mottram
Hattersley is an area of Tameside, Greater Manchester, England, 4 miles (6. 4 km) west of Glossop and 10 miles (16 km) east of Manchester city centre at the eastern terminus of the M67. Historically part of Tintwistle Rural District in Cheshire until 1974, it is the site of an overspill estate built by Manchester City Council in the 1960s.Hattersley 1960s The building of these houses by Wimpey's were started in 1962, the first people moved on to the estate in May 1963 from Wythenshawe, Gorton, Ardwick, Cheetham Hill and Hulme. These first folks were welcomed by the Mayor of Hyde, and representatives from Wall's meat company in Godley who gave them sausages. hattersley estate in mottram
Association (PVHA) in the regeneration of Hattersley and Mottram, a large former council housing estate in Greater Manchester. This evaluation is a snapshot of an ongoing process of regeneration, which has a further 10 years to run, that aims to provide lessons for Onward, the wider housing sector, policy makers in local and central government.
Lynks Estate Agents are delighted to offer for sale with no vendor chain this spacious two bedroom detached bungalow with a generous plot size in the sort after location of Mottram. A personal inspection will reveal entrance porch, entrance hall, The Hattersley and Mottram housing estate: An evaluation of its regeneration Produced for Onward Homes by Dr Paul Hepburn and Dr Matthew Thompson, University of Liverpool May 2018 Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place.hattersley estate in mottram Hattersley and the edge of Mottram is a settlement that interfaces with openland and that open land is protected by Green Belt policy. Green Belt is a national policy and there is no suggestion of development without a clear signal through Regional Planning Guidance.