Public consultation on Delamere regeneration plans

We are holding a consultation this weekend on plans to regenerate the former Marley Tile Works site, off Station Road, Delamere.

19 November 2013

Following a consultation on initial proposals during the summer we will present detailed plans at Delamere Community Centre on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 November.

The scheme includes 180 market and affordable homes of which a number will be dedicated for older people following feedback from local residents.

It also provides an area for allotments or a community garden, children's play areas and green open space benefiting new residents and the wider Delamere community. Space has been maintained for the proposed 'multi-user' route linking Delamere and Oakmere and opportunities have been identified for woodland walks. Additionally, the redevelopment of a brownfield site will enhance the ecology of the area by providing new wildlife habitats.

The regeneration scheme will also contribute to local traffic calming and access improvements along Station Road and we have initiated investigations into the possibility of facilitating the delivery of gas mains and broadband to the Delamere area. 

Strategic Land Manager Steve Melligan said: "We encourage local residents to come along on to this weekend's exhibition events and share their views.

"Our consultation with local councillors and residents over the summer enabled us to further understand those issues of key importance to the Delamere community. That feedback has been vital in informing the detailed proposals we are now consulting on."

The exhibition will take place at:

  • 15.00 to 19.00 on Friday 22 November at Delamere Community Centre. Members of the project team will be on hand to answer your questions.

The exhibition material will also be available to view at the centre from 9.00 until 13.00 on Saturday 23 November and available to view online from 22 November at: