Land at Oakamoor Road, Cheadle, Stoke-on-Trent, ST10 4QT, Staffordshire, , West Midlands
Cheadle is a historic market town with a population of circa 13,000 residents. It is located within the north east of Staffordshire, circa 10 miles from Stoke-on-Trent, 50 miles north of Birmingham and 50 miles south of Manchester. The Peak District is located only 10 miles to the north east and Alton Towers Theme Park is circa 5 miles to the east.
The nearest motorway access is 11 miles to the west at Junction 15 of the M6. The nearest train station is located 5 miles to the south west at Blyth Bridge. More locally, the site is located circa 0.5 mile walk from Cheadle’s High Street and is also within a 0.5 mile walk from the nearest Supermarket, Morrisons.
There are a number of schools, both primary and secondary, within close proximity to the site, the nearest being Cheadle Primary School and Paisley Catholic College, within 0.8 miles and 0.9 miles respectively.
Residential & Mixed Use Development Opportunity (Subject to Planning).
- 9.39 acres (3.8 hectares) of potential development land available.
- Potential for residential, retirement, care and/or retail development, subject to planning permission.
- Available as a whole or in part.
The Site Description
The site currently comprises an area of industrial land (southern half) and previously undeveloped land (northern half) extending to 9.39 acres. The site is currently a manufacturing facility however has been deemed surplus to operational requirements and will be vacated shortly. The site is of an irregular shape, with a dual frontage to both Oakamoor Road and Churchill Road. The site is predominantly surrounded by residential properties.
The site is under the planning jurisdiction of Staffordshire Moorlands District Council. The existing property is not listed, nor is it in a conservation area. Under the Local Plan, the site is situated within the Town and Village Development Boundary of Cheadle, and is currently classed as unallocated land. The site is currently offered without planning, albeit the greenfield land to the north was previously subject to a residential planning consent in the 1980’s and is identified in the LPA’s SHLAA as being suitable for residential development. We consider the site could be suitable for a variety of uses including;
Indicative plans have been drawn up for a mixed use scheme on the site comprising of 56 dwellinghouses and a 50,000 sq ft food store with 242 car parking spaces. This scheme does not have planning permission and is purely for indicative purposes. The indicative master plan is available as part of the information pack.