RESIDENTS are being invited to take part in an online webinar outlining the progress of Radcliffe's regeneration.

Radcliffe’s Strategic Regeneration Framework (SRF) is the masterplan to support regeneration, investment and growth over the next 15 years.

Every household in the town is now receiving a leaflet outlining the progress made so far and how they can take part in ensuring the vision becomes a reality.

Residents will be able to hear about the latest proposals for the ongoing regeneration, ask questions and find out how to get involved.

Cllr Eamonn O’Brien, leader of Bury Council, said: “The council is looking to allocate £36m for the delivery of this plan over the next three years - the biggest investment in Radcliffe in a generation. This is just the beginning, as we aim to attract significant external funding on top of this.

"It’s clear from our initial feedback that residents want to see high-quality housing, more jobs and training, a new school, community facilities and better public transport.”

Cllr Rhyse Cathcart, chair of the Radcliffe Regeneration Advisory Group (RRAG), added: "We want all Radcliffe residents to join in and help us fulfil these ambitions. Radcliffe is a great town and we have so much to be proud of. Together, we can make sure it is one of the region’s best places to live, work and visit."

The council has confirmed it intends to put Radcliffe forward for the Levelling Up Fund once that is open for applications, which could attract significant investment into the town.

How to join the Radcliffe Regeneration Q & A Webinar:

Date: Thursday, March 11 2021, from 6pm to 7.30pm.

Register in advance at:

Submit your questions in advance of the event – email

If you can’t attend - the webinar, including the Q&A session, will be published after the event at