Wire Regeneration – Bevan Mews

Fletcher Street / Priory Street, Warrington, WA4 6PS


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About the Development

Bevan Mews in Warrington is a residential redevelopment scheme, of the former Wilderspool Causeway Rugby League Stadium. The site comprises c.5.5 acres of vacant brownfield land located adjacent to existing residential properties along with the St James Business Centre and forms part of the Sothern Gateway regeneration masterplan south of Warrington Town Centre off the A49 Wilderspool Causeway connecting Warrington and the vibrant village of Stockton Heath.

The name Bevan Mews has been derived from Rugby League Hall of Famer and former Warrington Wolves legend Brian Bevan who continues to hold the World Record for career tries at 796.

Langtree has secured outline planning consent for up to 160 residential units, associated infrastructure and public open space on the former stadium site and will be developed as a premium residential development within walking distance to the town centre.

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Get in Touch:

Simon Foden
Group Senior Development Manager
Phone 01925 255525
sfoden@langtreepp.co.uk

Josh Downes
Group Senior Development Manager
Phone 01925 255525
JoshDownes@langtreepp.co.uk

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Key Features

  • c.5.5 acre brownfield site
  • Town Centre location
  • Outline planning approved for 160 units
  • Former site of Wilderspool Rugby League Stadium
  • Part of the Warrington Southern Gateway