Footballer-turned-developer Gary Neville revealed a series of artist’s impressions for the St Michael’s development at a press conference this morning, and confirmed all buildings on the 1.8-acre site would be demolished. [GALLERY]
Cheshire East Council has approved three planning applications from the Foundation of Sir John Percyvale, confirming the relocation of King’s School in Macclesfield to a 52-acre site off Derby Fields near Prestbury, allowing 450 homes to be built on the vacated site.
New images have emerged of the proposed designs for the £150m St Michael’s development in Manchester city centre, where all the buildings on the 1.8-acre site are expected to be controversially cleared to make way for a 700,000 sq ft scheme designed by Make Architects.
Beech Holdings has announced plans to convert Mindel House and the neighbouring 11 Bloom Street, both empty brick Victorian warehouses, into 78 carbon neutral apartments with a 4,500 sq ft roof garden.
The developer has submitted a planning application to transform a grade two-listed mill complex near Piccadilly station in Manchester into a £50m residential scheme, providing 201 one, two and three bed apartments.