The developer, a venture founded this year by Catalyst Capital directors Daniel White, Robert Skelston and Julian Newiss, wants to build a 15-storey hotel on the site of a surface car park on Chapel Street in Salford.
The council expects to lodge plans to redevelop the former Offerton High School site in The Fairway into a 50,000 sq ft special needs primary school, after learning that an environmental impact assessment of the scheme is not required.
The contractor, in partnership with consultant Atkins, has been appointed to deliver the long-awaited dual-carriageway aimed at reducing congestion in Tameside village and speeding up journey times between Manchester and Sheffield.
The council aims to implement transport infrastructure projects including a bus gate on Chapel Street East and Victoria Bridge Street, and several pop-up cycle lanes, after receiving £1.5m of active travel funding post pandemic.
The housebuilder and the housing association have formed a joint venture to address the shortage of homes in the North of England, starting with building the first phase of a project to deliver 650 units in Pendleton.