The Radcliffe Strategic Regeneration Framework
The Strategic Regeneration Framework (SRF) is an opportunity to help build upon Radcliffe's strengths and past regeneration activity to create a successful, enterprising and inclusive town that everyone can be proud of. The SRF will help to shape the direction of Radcliffe's growth over the next 15 years with a series of realistic short, medium and longer actions. This will guide the direction of future Council investment, support bids for central governmental funding and provide certainty for third parties wanting to invest in town.
A draft version of the SRF was developed and and was subject to consultation between Monday 22 June and Monday 3 August 2020.
Have your say
The consultation of the SRF has now closed. All comments and opinions will be taken into consideration as we finalise the plans, which will go to Cabinet for approval in September.
We have also prepared a series of questions and answers that sets out further information on Radcliffe's regeneration, the SRF and the consultation process.
Public consultation evening - Wednesday 22 July 2020
Bury Council hosted a public consultation evening on Wednesday 22 July to share details of proposals listed in the Radcliffe Strategic Regeneration Framework document.
Radcliffe residents, businesses, and stakeholders were invited to attend to preview proposals for the town.
During the event visitors had the opportunity to hear presentations from panelists and had the chance to take part by providing feedback and asking questions.
To see answers to questions asked during the evening, please see: Radcliffe Regeneration - Your questions answered: Webinar questions.
Below is a recording of the event.
What happens next?
All comments received after the consultation closed on 3 August will be thoroughly considered and where necessary, amendments will be made to the SRF.
It is intended that a final version of the SRF will then be presented to the Council's Cabinet on 2 September, seeking formal approval.
Subject to it being approved, it is intended that the subsequent implementation of the SRF will be supported by a Council Investment Fund and the Council will work alongside third parties in delivering its plans and actions.