PROPOSALS to develop land at the former Hughes Concrete site at Barnfields Road and Sunnyhills Road in the Cornhill area of Leek have gone on show at a public exhibition in Trinity Church this week.
The plans include a residential estate, a marina, a new station for the railway and additional land for a railway museum along with a pub and restaurant.
The proposal also include 2,100 square metres of commercial use for modern industrial units, open green space and a children’s play area.
Land has also be left aside in the proposals to allow a road to be built to gain access into the adjoining Cornhill area of land which sits between the Co-op buildings in Cheadle Road and Barnfields Road.
For many years the Cornhill site has been one of the top priority to develop by the district council.
For further details see next week's Leek Post and Times