Bury town centre offers an opportunity for transformative change over the next 20 years - building on the exciting developments that will be forthcoming, such as the redeveloped Interchange and reimagined Bury Market which includes a new flexi-hall venue, and the unique cultural and heritage assets that Bury already benefits from.
The Ramsbottom Town Centre Plan sets out a vision for Ramsbottom Town Centre which will support the town's ongoing success and guide future interventions for the next 10 to 15 years.
The Council's commitment to the continued regeneration of Radcliffe remains one of its highest priorities.
Bury Council have submitted a £20 million bid to the Levelling Up Fund to support the development of a new flexible use market hall, significant refurbishment of Bury Market, and enhanced public realm and linkages from the market to the rest of the town centre.
Bury has been successful with two £20 million bids, to support the development of a new civic hub in the heart of Radcliffe's town centre and a new market flexi hall, to strengthen Bury's town centre offer.
The Government as recently announced that Greater Manchester is to receive £1.09 billion of funding from the City Region Sustainable Transport Fund. These are the transport projects that have been put forward in Bury.