NJL Consulting has secured planning permission, on behalf of Realty Estates, for a new commercial development in Stockport.
The trade counter development is planned on derelict land at Stanley Green Trading Estate near the A34 to the south of Stockport.
The consent allows 12 flexible trade counter units of between 1,500 sqft and 7,500 sqft, delivering 42,000sqft of space in total. Each unit has a 40% allowance for sales floorspace.
The development could be open by early 2018.
Shahram Sakhdari of Realty Estates, said:
“We are pleased to have secured planning consent. The timing is right for development, particularly high quality industrial and commercial units with a large trade counter allowance. We’ve had strong interest in a number of the units and are about to start formal marketing of the site”
Nick Pleasant of NJL Consulting, added:
“Working closely with Stockport Council we have been able to secure planning permission for this new commercial space. We look forward to seeing the development come forward. Redeveloping this vacant site will have a positive effect both at the Trading Estate and in the wider area, delivering high quality development and new employment opportunities.”
The development will be marketed by Petch & Co
The project team includes RGP (architecture) and Croft Transport Solutions (highways).