Outwood Wharf Phase 2

H&J Martin restarts Outwood Wharf

Charlie Schouten

The £35m first phase of Outwood Wharf in Salford is on target to complete in summer 2019 after contractor H&J Martin resumed work on site.

Turn Moss

Trafford pulls Turn Moss plans

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Charlie Schouten

In his first day in office, leader of Trafford Council Cllr Andrew Western has withdrawn controversial plans to build a football training ground and new facilities on Turn Moss in Stretford, pledging to open a “community-led consultation” on the area instead.

Ritz Google

Stockport to offload Ritz site for resi

The former Ritz cinema site, once destined for a hotel development, is to be marketed for sale by Stockport Council for residential development.

One Didbsbury 3

Cervidae acquires One Didsbury Point for £11m

Represented by Avison Young, London-based real estate investment company Cervidae has bought the 54,000 sq ft One Didsbury Point office for £11m from Titanium Real Estate.

Paul Dennett

Urban Vision partnership to end in 2020

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Salford City Council is to bring planning and building control services, property, and highways and infrastructure back in-house once the current contract with Urban Vision, its partnership with Capita and Galliford Try, ends in January 2020.

Commercial Property Management Surveyor

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Retail Property Management Surveyor

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Studio KMA Wigan

Studio KMA wins consent for Wigan assisted living

Studio KMA has secured planning consent for a 43-unit assisted living scheme in Wigan, although the architect’s director said an enforced restriction on the building’s height was “a missed opportunity” for the site.