Steve Slater

My Place | Hale

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Hale, Bowdon and Altrincham are hotspots for prime residential development but developers need to be wary of pricing people out of the area, writes Steve Slater of Real Estate Investment Partnerships.

John Barton

My Place | Rochdale

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Rochdale’s thriving business parks have helped bring cash, confidence and speciality coffee to its historic town centre, but the momentum can’t be lost, writes John Barton of BC Real Estate.

Esme Roberts

My Place | Broughton

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Positive change in places like Lower Broughton and Swinton needs to be maintained for Salford to shake off its historic reputation, writes Esme Roberts of Newgate Communications.

Paul Jones

My Place | Monton

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Being the next big thing can be a curse as well as a blessing, so how do places like Monton maintain their identity as they become more popular, writes Paul Jones of Capital & Centric.

Emma Dickson

My Place | Stockport

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The arrival of a coherent regeneration framework and a raft of exciting independent retailers indicates that Stockport is a town on the up, writes Emma Dickson of Turley.

Tom Hargreaves

My Place | Wigan

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There's more to Wigan than just pie shops: reinvigorating the high street and driving the night-time economy will need to be the catalyst to get wider development under way, writes Tom Hargreaves of Anderton Gables.

Daniel Lee

My Place | Altrincham

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Altrincham might be the poster-child of how to make a high street successful, but it can't rest on its laurels, writes Daniel Lee of Regional Property Solutions.

Ged Couser

My Place | Farnworth

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Poorly-connected public realm has let Farnworth down in the past, writes Ged Couser of BDP, but that could be about to change.

Neil Higson

My Place | Salford

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Salford has all the ingredients to emerge from Manchester's shadow to be a world-leading city in its own right, writes Neil Higson of Wildbrook CRE. So what's stopping it?