Rochdale Leisure Centre

Engie wins £8.4m Rochdale decarbonisation work

Neil Tague

The energy and regeneration specialist is to retrofit 20 buildings across the borough as part of the Goverment's drive to cut emissions across public sector estates. 

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Landscape designs revealed for Placefirst in Bolton

Sarah Townsend

A public square, river walk along the Croal and shared gardens and roof terraces for residents feature in the landscaping of the £25m build-to-rent development due to start on site this autumn.

Primrose Bank Engie

Engie’s Primrose Bank completes

Sarah Townsend

The £4m project involved the construction of 19 eco-friendly, five-bedroom properties on behalf of Oldham Council, which has agreed to buy the scheme.

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GM retrofit projects scoop £78m

Sarah Townsend

The Whitehall funding will be used to upgrade more than 150 public buildings including the Manchester Aquatics Centre, helping to cut carbon emissions and create jobs, the combined authority said.

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Rochdale’s historic areas in line for upgrade

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Sarah Townsend

Two sites in the town centre, South Parade and Lower Drake Street, are to undergo improvements in the coming months including new public realm and revamped shopfronts, as part of a wider heritage regeneration strategy.

Roydon Expansion

Approval nears for Roydon expansion  

Dan Whelan

Plans from the plastics recycling firm to increase its footprint at Junction Eco-Park in Salford by 100,000 sq ft are earmarked for approval by the city council. 

Electricity projects longlisted for green funding  

Dan Whelan

Increasing network capacity around Manchester’s Oxford Road Corridor and the 24-acre Mayfield regeneration are among schemes Electricity North West has earmarked to receive a share of its £15m Green Recovery Fund. 

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Manchester pushes on with clean air strategy

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Neil Tague

The Greater Manchester Combined Authority aims to sign off a final plan to improve air quality in the city region by this summer ahead of a proposed 2022 rollout, despite a lack of clarity on funding.