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A ‘landmark’ building could provide shops, a cafe and health facilities for a 950-home garden village and nearby areas. Plans for a ‘distinct’ local centre to serve Woodford Garden Village - an emerging residential development five miles south of Stockport - have been lodged by Redrow Homes.

The ‘mixed use’ hub would be built on a two-acre plot off Chester Road, which includes parts of the old Woodford Aerodrome and Bodycote Heat Treatment sites.

Designed to pay homage to the aviation history of the site, the curve of the roof moves away from the road in the style of a broken delta wing.

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