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Transforming Cheadle Town Centre

Transforming Cheadle is a priority for the Council as part of our commitment to creating safer and healthier environments for communities to live and work in and to creating a strong economy by regenerating towns and villages. 

The Council is committed to restoring vibrancy to the town's high street and providing new homes and community health, leisure and wellbeing facilities that meet the needs of current and future residents and visitors.


Community Consultation

We have listened carefully to recent consultations, considered the impact of Covid-19 and taken external advice on leisure and parking provision to draw up five emerging priorities which we believe should underpin regeneration in Cheadle.

We're asking local people to comment on these emerging priorities which are:

  • We must welcome more people to live in Cheadle
  • We must make it easy to shop, spend time and money in Cheadle
  • Providing flexible parking options is a priority
  • Cheadle needs to retain a similar leisure offer with improved quality of facilities
  • Integrated services will benefit community health and wellbeing

You can read more on these prioritise in a newsletter which is being delivered to all households from Monday 9 August 2021.

Cheadle Community Newsletter and Survey August 2021 [3MB]

The community consultation on the regeneration of Cheadle runs from 9 August -24 September. To comment please either complete our online form below or complete and return the survey included in the newsletter.

A second stage of the consultation will take place in Autumn when people will be invited to share their views on the options for regeneration of specific sites.


Future Engagement

If you are interested in attending future events about the regeneration of Cheadle please complete our contact form below so we can keep you up to date with events and information.


Stakeholder Panel

A stakeholder panel has been set up to guide this major project and oversee public consultation and a public survey seeking views on all the regeneration issues and opportunities in the town centre (not just those identified in the Cushman and Wakefield report). The Panel will support the work of the Cheadle Town Centre Delivery Board. The purpose of the Board is to manage the development and delivery of Cheadle Town Centre projects including the transformation of the town centre. The Panel and Board will also ensure that implementation of town centre projects remains in line with the aims of the Staffordshire Moorlands Growth Strategy.

Membership of the Panel includes elected councillors from the County, District and Town Councils and representatives from Team Cheadle, Moorlands Home Link, the Chamber of Commerce, NHS Stoke on Trent Clinical Commissioning Group, St Giles/Cheadle Guild Hall and a voluntary sector organisation supporting young people and/or sports and activities.

Stakeholder Panel meeting 26.02.21 - Minutes [122KB]
Stakeholder Panel meeting 25.01.21 - Minutes [129KB]
Stakeholder Panel meeting 10.05.21 - Minutes [136KB]
Stakeholder Panel meeting 22.06.21 - Minutes [97KB]


Future High Street Fund

In December 2019, Cheadle was one of the first 14 pilot towns to receive expert advice and support to help revitalise the high street from the Government's High Streets Task Force. The team is working on a report aimed at helping the town unlock its potential.

The Stakeholder Panel will also be responsible for overseeing the work of the Task Force and any recommendations made.


News Releases

Keep up to date on this project and read all our news articles in one place.