Altrincham Leisure Centre

Altrincham and Stretford set for £47m leisure centre investment

Charlie Schouten

New leisure centres could be built in Altrincham and Stretford under a £47m investment plan that will go before Trafford Council’s executive next week, although plans to replace Sale Leisure Centre will need “further feasibility studies” before they can be progressed.

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Work starts on UA92 campus

Charlie Schouten

UA92, the higher education project backed by Gary Neville and Bruntwood, looks on course to open in September next year with work now under way to transform the former Kellogg’s Building in Old Trafford into the university’s campus.

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Trafford outlines Civic Quarter vision

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Charlie Schouten

A new civic square next to the Old Trafford Cricket Ground and Trafford Town Hall, options for buildings up to 20 storeys in height, as well as a “processional route” between the Metrolink and Manchester United’s stadium form a key part of the proposals which are due to go before Trafford Council’s executive on 29 October.

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Trafford rethink leaves Altrincham healthcare hub empty

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Charlie Schouten

Altrincham’s recently-completed health & wellbeing centre could stand largely empty after Trafford CCG announced it was “revisiting its long-term strategy” for the site, despite three GP surgeries, a paediatric service provider, and an NHS service centre being originally lined up to move in.

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Two buildings sold at former Birthdays base

Acting for Ron Wood Developments, Nolan Redshaw has negotiated the sale of the former Birthdays headquarters in Bury to Bracken House Properties, for around £1m.