Manchester-based Capital & Centric aims to lodge an application by the end of the year for its £60m redevelopment of the Stockport mill into 254 apartments, following a second round of public consultation.
The residential market is shifting in terms of its offer to buyers and tenants, but the journey towards creating homes fit for the future is only just beginning, according to speakers at the latest Place North West event.
The developer, which is working in a joint venture with Oldham Council to deliver the £35m Hollinwood Junction mixed-use scheme, plans to sell a brownfield plot at the site and has sought approval from the council.
In a four-part series, members of Hydrock’s engineering team in Manchester discuss the changing nature of places and communities in the North West. Regional director Danny Hope goes back to the future in this first instalment.
Suha Investments Group, a 40-year-old Bahraini holding company with interests spanning real estate and construction, has set up operations in Greater Manchester with a subsidiary, Suha Design and Build.