Sports, leisure and the Arts Chorltonville Conservation area


Chorltonville is a housing estate on a flat site near the Mersey Valley on the south side of Chorlton-cum-Hardy, which is located approximately four miles south-west of Manchester city centre.

The name Chorltonville derives from the name of the company which developed the estate during the early 1900s, when the first garden villages and garden cities, such as Letchworth and Welwyn Garden City were being constructed.

The new garden village of Chorltonville was formally opened on 7th October 1911. The Chorltonville conservation area was designated in October 1991 when the boundary was drawn to include the recreation area as well all the houses built by Chorltonville Ltd.

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