Stakehill road resurfacing improves efficiency
Date published: 11 August 2023
Stakehill Industrial Estate’s roadworks
Rochdale Borough Council has recently completed a series of road improvements on Stakehill Industrial Estate. These improvements aim to optimise transportation efficiency and provide a conducive environment for businesses operating within the estate.
The Stakehill Business Improvement District (BID), an organisation representing local businesses, has worked closely with the council to drive these improvements forward.
The work carried out on Stakehill Industrial Estate focused on resurfacing damaged sections on Touchet Hall Road and Finlan Road. The road improvements on Stakehill Industrial Estate are part of a broader strategy to enhance Stakehill’s infrastructure and stimulate economic development.
Alan Johnson, Stakehill BID Manager, said: “We are delighted to have worked with Rochdale Borough Council to bring about these road enhancements. By investing in the infrastructure of Stakehill Industrial Estate, we are creating an environment that supports business growth and attracts further investment.”
UBS is the majority owner of Stakehill Industrial Estate. Since its purchase UBS and Canmoor Asset Management have undertaken a series of initiatives to improve the estate. These include full unit refurbishments when units became vacant, landscaping works and additional signage and CCTV installations. These positive initiatives have helped in securing new occupiers while also retaining existing tenants as well.
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