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Plans for nearly 100 affordable homes on the site of a former arson-plagued mill in Oldham approved

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For the latest Oldham news sign up to the MyOldham newsletter here Plans for nearly 100 affordable homes on the site of a former arson-plagued mill in Oldham have been approved.

The council’s planning committee has given the green light for 98 dwellings to be built on land off Cardwell Street in Hathershaw.

The site was previously occupied by the Maple Mill cotton mill but was mostly cleared following arson attacks in 2009 and 2016.

Prior to this the site had not been in operation for more than ten years. The applicant for the plans is MCI Developments Limited who are working with housing association Great Places Housing Group to deliver the affordable homes.

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