SK4 is spoilt for choice when it comes to sports facilities within the area. The Heatons Sports Club on Green Lane has top class facilities which include: floodlit Tennis courts, two Rugby pitches, two Lacrosse pitches and a Cricket pitch. If Golf is your sport, then look no further than the beautiful Heaton Moor Golf course is set in the mature Heatons Conservation area. This demanding 18 hole course must be played to fully appreciate.
And if it’s a racket sport your after, the West Heaton Bowling, Tennis and Squash Club could be something which takes your fancy. Based just off Princess road the well run club boasts a bowling green, six floodlit tennis courts and two Squash courts.
I can say from experience, these well supported clubs are extremely friendly and do great things to support this fantastic community. Get Active!
Organised by the Rotary Club of Stockport Lamplighter, the Heatons Open Gardens is one of the most anticipated events in the Heatons diary. With a mixture of pop-up gardens and old favourites this wonderful afternoon is sure to attract a lot of attention. Maps will soon be available to help you plot your way around. The Crown Inn on Vale Close (off Didsbury Road) will be serving refreshments along the way.
The Heatons Open Gardens will be held on Sunday 20th May – Midday to 5pm.
The profile of car ownership is a great signal of the practical needs of residents in a local market. Most households have a car, but the number owned varies enormously based on the type of area. For example if you live in a one bedroom flat in a city you’re much less likely to own a car than if you live in a commuter suburb.
We wanted to take a look at how overall average prices of flats and houses have changed in the last eight months. This is quite a short time frame so there’s a fair bit of volatility from month to month but the story it tells is an interesting one nonetheless.
This chart has indexed the levels of transactions for flats and houses over the last eight quarters. That means it takes the actual level of sales at the start of the period and converts them to 100, and then you can see the relative changes running up to the present. It should be noted that the smaller the number of properties, the more extreme the volatility.
The British press is being so hysterical about the UK property market at the moment, you’d be forgiven for thinking we were back in 2008 again, staring down the barrel of another credit crunch. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Week after week, more statistics come out revealing how buoyant the market is at the moment. Here are just three of the reasons why homeowners in The Heatons should be grinning.