Morgan Sindall Construction can now move on site in March to build the 64,700 sq ft academy off Spring Lane, almost 10 years after the closure of the town’s only secondary school.
Bruntwood and the local council have drawn up a draft strategic regeneration framework to underpin proposals to overhaul Mill Gate Shopping Centre and the surrounding 27 acres.
Stakeholders can now have their say on proposed modifications to the spatial framework for most of Greater Manchester.
Having agreed a forward funding deal for 272 build-to-rent homes in Manchester earlier this year, the firms have joined forces to deliver another 211 properties in Bury.
Council leaders are set to approve a comprehensive transport strategy to help drive prosperity, mobility, and improve the environment, with £68m to roll out the plan already secured.
Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue Service wants to demolish its existing 6,500 sq ft facility off Bury New Road to make way for a larger 13,400 sq ft space.
Muse and Bury Council are fleshing out plans to create a “new beating heart” for the Bury town, unveiling fresh images of how the scheme could look and launching another round of public consultation.
Also rubber-stamped at last night’s big planning committee meeting were Hive Homes’ redevelopment of the former Riverside High School site and Morris Homes’ plans to build 41 homes off Springside Road.
Proposals would clear the site off Spring Lane to make way for a 12,700 sq ft temporary school and ensure a seamless transition for the construction of Star Academies’ long-awaited facility.
Hive Homes wants to build 90 houses on the former Riverside High School site, while Morris Homes is planning to deliver 41 properties off Springside Road.
The creation of the 23,400 sq ft multi-use facility would accompany the redevelopment of the town’s market.
Star Academies hopes to welcome students to the facility off Spring Lane in summer 2025.
Transport for Greater Manchester has signed off a £2.5m grant to support the construction of a River Irwell crossing to replace an old footbridge swept away in the 2015 Boxing Day floods.
Designed by Pozzoni Architecture, the multi-use town centre complex would feature a host of sports facilities, offices, and a library.
One year on from the establishment of the mayoral development zone, the creation of an advanced materials “mega cluster” is due to take another step forward this week.
Are mayoral development corporations the future of high-profile urban regeneration? Plus: the latest on investment zones and office take-up.
Muse and Bury Council’s vision for a revamped village centre includes a 37,000 sq ft community centre, 200 homes, and a 350-space mobility hub.
Around 800 homes could be delivered as part of long-term plans to redevelop a 15-acre site in the town centre that incorporates the Mill Gate Shopping Centre.
Watson Homes and Great Places Housing Group found success at yesterday’s planning committee meeting for their 132-flat, mixed-use project in Radcliffe; as did Hive Homes’ 84-house Green Belt neighbourhood off Parkinson Street.
Hive Homes’ plans to build a mix of three- and four-bedroom homes on the brownfield land off Parkinson Street are set for the green light at the council’s planning committee meeting next Tuesday.
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