Stoke’s edgelands

Interesting musings on the north east edgelands just above Stoke-on-Trent in The Sentinel today. Dave Proudlove seems to hint that there may be vague plans to basically infill housing by using the marginal agricultural land between Biddulph and Kidsgrove, which I’m guessing would effectively create a new ‘Bidd-grove’ or ‘Kids-ulph’ conurbation? I’m familiar with the southern part of the section, around Goldenhill, and I could imagine quite a lot of nice new estates fitted in on the relatively flat top-land up there, and more down toward the golf course.

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“The push to build more homes across North Staffordshire will see inevitable pressures emerge. Biddulph needs to cater for more than 1,000 new homes in the coming years. The emerging relationship between Cheshire East and Stoke-on-Trent will see talk of big numbers when it comes to housing. The edgelands could be a land of opportunity for some. The biggest changes could be yet to come.”

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