Architectural celebrations, parklets, and pods.
English Cities Fund's One New Bailey in Salford is almost fully let, following deals to Circle Recruitment and Shawbrook Bank.
Galliford Try Partnerships has started the demolition of a former Cheshire County Council base in Northwich on behalf of Your Housing Group.
Construction has begun on a long-running residential proposal, which has seen a change in developer, three reserved matters submissions, two appeals, and various consent amendments.
One Vision Housing has been granted permission to build 51 affordable homes in Euxton, in partnership with Mulbury.
Road closures close to Manchester Victoria are to be extended, following the discovery of structural defects during Network Rail’s renovation of three historic railway bridges.
Construction has started on site on the aparthotel at the junction of Chorlton and Canal Streets, to be known as the Cotton Yard.
Investar Property Group has acquired a 40,000 sq ft site on Talbot Road in Old Trafford, declaring its intention to build out more than 200 new homes.
The Green Group has agreed to take a 62,000 sq ft warehouse at Merlin Park, within the Trafford Park estate.
The city region’s leadership has joined with Government in publishing the Greater Manchester Local Industrial Strategy, the long-term plan aimed at increasing productivity.
Entrepreneur Colin Shenton is to follow up his Ziferblat co-working spaces with the launch of Oppidan, a co-living scheme in Manchester’s Swan Street.
The student accommodation specialist has made alterations to its proposed 55-storey tower, to be built on the site of a multi-storey car park on Hulme Street.