Former garden centre in housing plan

A Bolton former garden centre could have up to 300 homes built on it.

The former Hollands Garden Centre site is part of Greater Manchester Spatial Framework — a public ‘call for sites’ document which has asked people to put forward areas for potential house-building across the region in the near future.

The land’s receiver David Currie entered the site into the Greater Manchester Combined Authority framework but he says he is committed to working with Bromley Cross FC to create a community sports facility on the land. Another plan could see an Aldi, a restaurant and a gym built on the land.

Hollands went into receivership in February 2015 and was wound up in April 2016.

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