£33m Burnage BTR comes forward
St Helier-based Triple Jersey has lodged plans for a 112-home scheme on a four-acre site next to Mauldeth Road train station that is currently occupied by a B&M store.
The developer plans to demolish the 30,000 sq ft shop, which started out life as a B&Q, and build 34 apartments and 78 houses on the Kingsway site.
To learn more about the scheme, search for application reference number 138712/FO/2023 on Manchester City Council’s planning portal.
DPP Planning is advising the applicant on the proposals and Sten Architecture is leading on design.
The plot immediately south of Triple Jersey’s application site has twice been the subject of proposals for residential but has met with rejection four times – twice at the hands of Manchester City Council and twice at appeal by the Planning Inspectorate.
Developer Superstan Property originally planned to build 147 apartments before scaling back its scheme to 90.