THE Highland Laddie, one of Mossley’s best-known pubs, could be bulldozed.
Oldham company Glean Limited has submitted two planning applications to Tameside Council for the building on Market Street, Top Mossley.
One involves demolishing the pub, that was sold by Robinsons Brewery in June 2016, and the other would see it converted into apartments.
The proposal to pull down the pub and outbuilding would see it replaced by six two-and-a-half storey – rooms in the roof – semi-detached dwellings contained within three separate blocks.
Due to the topography of the site, the proposal includes site level adjustments for access roads and driveways.
The other proposal would see the pub converted into nine one and two-bedroom apartments and creating a car park and access road. This would also involve demolishing an existing outbuilding.
Cordingleys Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents are acting as agent for Gleam Limited.