Plans to restore and convert the former ‘Tatton Arms’ public house, Northenden, have been submitted for planning. The Tatton Arms is a non-designated heritage asset within Northenden, occupying a prominent location on Boat Lane, overlooking the River Mersey. It is situated in the Northenden Conservation area and it is an area of designated Green Belt.
The plans include a full refurbishment of the Tatton Arms and its conversion into 7 apartments with a further 21 flats in the new build two and three storey extension.
All existing healthy trees would be retained as part of a dedicated woodland habitat created as part of the scheme.
The 19th century Tatton Arms pub has stood empty for more than a decade and is in desperate need of conversion if the popular local landmark is to be saved.