Stamford Arms development gets the green light
We're delighted to announce that our scheme at the former Stamford Arms in Little Bollington has received planning approval. Almost 18 months in the making, our proposals for this sensitively located heritage site within the Cheshire green belt will see the restoration and conversion of the former public house into 9 affordable apartments, the conversion and restoration of the stable block and coach houses into 5 mews cottages, as well as four new bespoke family homes on the former car park.
This approval would not have been possible without the hard work and generous support of the local residents and groups, including the Parish Meeting (with a special thanks and mention to Mike Reed), Little Bollington Primary School and Church, as well as the National Trust and Cheshire East Council.
The Stamford Arms is a building of significant local interest, which is located at the gateway to the village. The importance of the building has always been at the forefront of minds throughout this process, and we can’t wait to get started on returning it to its former glory so Little Bollington can once again be proud of this special building.
Work is expected to start on-site in May 2021, with the 14 month project expected to run until the end of June 2022.