North Manchester General Hospital Plans In Oct 2020

North Manchester hospital revamp edges forward

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Sarah Townsend

The local NHS trust and its partners have secured £54m from the Government to enable the redevelopment of the North Manchester General Hospital site as part of a joint venture with developer Bruntwood.

Debenhams Revamp

Next step for AM Alpha’s Debenhams revamp 

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Dan Whelan

The German investor has lodged a planning application for the wholesale redevelopment of the 457,000 sq ft Rylands Building on Manchester's Market Street into a mixed-use scheme comprising retail, leisure and offices. 

Thomas Street Real Estate Investment 2

REIP to appeal Warp & Weft refusal 

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Dan Whelan

The developer said it has "no option" but to lodge an appeal against Manchester City Council’s decision to refuse the demolition of grade two-listed buildings on Thomas Street in the Northern Quarter, to bring forward a residential scheme.  

Glade Of Light MCC Memorial

Plans in for ‘Glade of Light’ arena memorial

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Sarah Townsend

Manchester City Council has lodged an application to build the memorial to those who lost their lives in the 2017 terror attack and hopes to start creating it early next year as part of the regeneration of the Medieval Quarter.

Co Op Live Arena

Co-op strikes £100m Eastlands naming deal

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Dan Whelan

Oak View Group, the developer of the planned 23,500-capacity arena in East Manchester, has agreed a 15-year sponsorship deal with Co-op for the naming rights to the venue, which will be known as Co-op Live. 

Downing First Street Plot 11

More than £1bn of Manchester development approved

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Dan Whelan

On a huge day for city centre investment, plans for two co-living schemes from Downing and Union Living, Far East Consortium’s 634-home Victoria Riverside, and Engie’s 400 homes in Miles Platting were all approved by the council, but the controversial Warp & Weft was knocked back.  

New Look Deansgate

Deansgate overhaul top of MCC’s transport hit list

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Dan Whelan

Manchester City Council has published a draft 20-year transport strategy that includes the permanent pedestrianisation of Deansgate and a city centre “triangle” cycling route linking Deansgate, Whitworth Street West and the Northern Quarter.