Open for business – the new Radcliffe Regeneration Office
A new Radcliffe Regeneration Office has opened at 4 Dale Street where businesses and residents can find out about the exciting plans to transform the town centre.
Housing minister presented with Radcliffe brownfield housing delivery plans
Housing minister Christopher Pincher visited Radcliffe yesterday to see Bury Council’s plans to create new homes on brownfield sites.
Mobile Covid vax clinics in Radcliffe next week
Two pop-up vax clinics will be held in Radcliffe next week to make it even easier for local residents to get their jabs.
Bury’s largest brownfield housing development opportunity goes live
Bury Council and Homes England, as joint landowners, of the vacant East Lancashire Paper Mill site in Radcliffe, have launched Bury’s largest brownfield housing development opportunity through Homes England’s Delivery Partner Panel (DPP3).
Bury’s £40 million bid to regenerate our town centres
Bury has officially submitted bids totalling £40 million to the Government’s Levelling Up Fund for vital regeneration projects.
Bury Leisure - back and better than ever
Bury Leisure sports centres are now open for safe, socially distanced exercise with brand new state-of-the-art refurbished gyms at each facility.
Bids to regenerate towns
Bury Council’s Cabinet has approved submission of two bids of up to £20 million to The Government's Levelling Up Fund for regeneration projects.
Bury Council and Homes England to bring East Lancashire Paper Mill to market
The redevelopment of Radcliffe’s East Lancashire Paper Mill is to take a significant step forward after Bury Council and Homes England agreed to bring the site to market through the Delivery Partner Panel framework later this year.
Phased return for library browsing
Libraries are preparing to welcome back visitors who have missed the pleasure of browsing for books in person.
Council acquisitions to unlock delivery of regeneration in Radcliffe town centre
Bury Council has unveiled its latest plans to deliver a new Civic Hub in Radcliffe town centre as part its Strategic Regeneration Framework to transform the area.
Radcliffe Regeneration – your invitation to take part
Radcliffe’s Strategic Regeneration Framework (SRF) is the masterplan to support regeneration, investment and growth over the next 15 years.
Multi-million pound boost for regeneration
A £6 million fund is being set up to kick-start regeneration projects across the borough.
Joy as new high school for Radcliffe confirmed
It’s official - Radcliffe is to get a new high school.
New housing on brownfield sites
New affordable homes are to be built on two brownfield sites in Radcliffe and Redvales following a successful council bid for funding.
Cash to improve the market chambers building in Radcliffe
Radcliffe’s market chambers building is to have a £64,000 facelift under plans to continue the long-term regeneration of the town centre.
Radcliffe man is vaccination pioneer – for the second time!
Leslie Berkeley could be forgiven for having a sense of déjà vu after becoming one the first people in Radcliffe to get the coronavirus vaccination.
Call for Government to approve new Radcliffe high school
Council leaders are calling on the Government to give the green light to plans for a new Radcliffe high school.
Solar power to generate savings and reduce carbon emissions
Savings of nearly £140,000 will be made after the installation of solar panels at the council’s operations HQ at Bradley Fold.
Full steam ahead for Radcliffe Regeneration plan
Plans to transform Radcliffe town centre have received a major boost with the news that Sir Howard Bernstein will be leading the project.