Stockport’s Weir (Wear) Mill, has been acquired by, Capital and Centric, who have a £60m plan for a residential conversion bring 250 flats to the town in its first Greater Manchester project.
The Mill is a Grade II listed former cotton mill located in the heart of Stockport Town Centre at the intersection of the River Mersey and the railway viaduct (listed Grade II*). It was started around 1790 and added to, particularly in 1831 and 1884. In 1840, the Stockport Viaduct was built over the river and over Wear Mill.
More information on the 'North West Place' website
And on Historic England’s website here