Stockport Council has granted planning permission for a development of eight new houses to be built on the site of the Moorend Golf Range, in Bramhall.
The new homes will be built by Cheshire-based On Point Developments, who specialise in building new properties to high specifications in desirable locations.
Outline approval for eight homes had been granted for the Bramhall site before it was sold in 2019. The driving range and nine-hole golf course closed following the construction of the A555 Manchester Airport Link Road.
On Point Developments’ plans for the site include demolishing the existing clubhouse and structures on the site with the eight new two-storey houses built in their place, accessed from Woodford Road, Bramhall.
The development consists of two semi-detached properties, and a terrace of six properties, all will three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Unusually, entry to the properties will be at ground-level, with the bedrooms downstairs on a lower-ground floor.
The development and gardens will be landscaped and planted with trees and hedging. Properties will also have allocated parking on the development, behind timber gates separating homes from the access road.
Previous planning permission on the site had been rejected due to errors in the delimitation of the site in original plans and sale particulars.
Hale-based B2 Architecture worked on the project for On Point Developments.