Here's The Point

A combination of 3 separate sites totalling 14 acres of council owned land. Development opportunities for high quality business/employment led uses, with a variety of design options, flexible to support business requirements for the future.

Oldham Council and Langtree have entered into a development agreement for the Hollinwood Junction project to regenerate a 30-acre derelict site which will incorporate retail, leisure, employment and housing uses.

The project will see 760 new jobs created and the removal of a large redundant gas holder on Albert Street that has blighted the area for many years.

This site is a key gateway to Oldham town centre benefitting from direct access to the M60 and is a key employment site for the borough.

Construction expenditure is estimated to be £30m, with 100 direct jobs during construction and a further 20 in the local supply chain.

A planning application for the infrastructure and the first plots will be submitted before the end of 2017 following consultation with local residents and businesses. If successful, work is expected to start on site in early 2018.

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15 acres retail, leisure and employment
15 acres residential

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Matt Jackson