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Big changes could be on the way for two Trafford villages, and the deadline for people having their say on the plans has been extended.

Draft plans for Sale Moor and Hale Village have been put forward by Trafford Council and a public consultation was due to finish on February 11, but this has now been extended by four weeks until March 10.

Images show the plans in detail and some of the proposals include road changes, speed limit reductions and changes to shop front designs.

With developers Nexus Planning’s support, the authority has prepared a village plan for both areas which aims to attract future investment, improve appearances, transport and accessibility levels, reduce their environmental impact as well as “strengthen [their] performance as village centres”.

Initial meetings and previous consultations last year with residents, councillors and stakeholders have informed the plans so far.

According to those consultations, people in Sale Moor and Hale Village wanted to see:

  • More independent retailers
  • More parking
  • Cheaper parking
  • Better street furniture and floral displays
  • More outdoor spaces
  • More family orientated facilities
  • Cleaner streets
  • Control on anti-social behaviour and more security measures
  • Increasing the opportunities to travel safely by bike
  • More places to eat and drink
  • More frequent bus services

In response to this initial feedback, the new Hale Village plans now include aims to:

  • Plant more trees
  • Have more art installations, celebrating the area’s heritage
  • Expand and improve access to village green areas (clock tower and bowling green)
  • Reduce speed of and calm traffic flow through centre of the village
  • Adopt a design guide for shop fronts along main streets
  • Install of new seating areas and lighting
  • Install new cycle parking facilities
  • Consider moving “some” parking provision to make parking more central
  • Remove pedestrian crossing outside Costa on Ashley Street
  • Move some loading bays outside shops
  • Improve walking routes through village centre, widening footpaths and improve paving
  • Consider removal of the bus stop lay-by adjacent to the bowling green to provide more parking spaces
  • Encourage independent traders
  • Retain traders in village centre

For Sale Moor Village, the plan is to:

  • Change traffic routes to reduce traffic and reestablish Northenden Road as the high street
  • Build new homes (the number of which determined by Trafford Council’s local plan)
  • Create new village square
  • Widen and improve footpaths
  • Install two-way segregated cycle lanes between Sale Moor and Sale town centre and Sale Waterpark
  • Plant more trees
  • Install new seating and lighting
  • Improve street parking
  • Encourage independent traders

Cllr James Wright, Trafford Council’s cabinet member for housing and regeneration, said: “Sale Moor and Hale are important local centres for both residents and businesses and we need to ensure they remain sustainable places which can flourish to meet the needs of the local community.

“The village plans will look at ways to improve both areas by identifying potential development opportunities, measures to improve their environment and accessibility including how to make them better and safer places to move around.

“I want the local community to be fully involved in the Place Plans and extending the consultation period will provide more opportunity for this. I would welcome your thoughts on the draft Place Plans as these will help to further shape their development.”

The surveys on Sale Moor and Hale Village will be open until Tuesday March 10 2020 and can be found on the  Trafford Citizen Space page.

Hard copies of the draft Place Plans can be viewed along with hard copies of the questionnaire in Hale and Sale Libraries.

Posted: 2020-02-13 16:25:02

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