High Street Group is no longer involved in the project, it is understood. Credit: via planning documents

Logik lines up contractor for 355-home Manchester BtR 

Three years after being approved, the developer’s £100m Arundel Street project is edging towards a start on site. 

Logik Developments is in talks with contractor Sisk and Son, which was recently awarded the contract to deliver Capital&Centric’s Weir Mill in Stockport, to build the 355-apartment Manchester scheme. 

Located on a site next to St George’s Church close to Mancunian Way, the project would see the construction of a 23-storey tower and a 10-storey block designed by SimpsonHaugh Architects. 

Plans for the development were approved in June 2019 but no work has taken place as of yet. 

Now, documents lodged with Manchester City Council seek to discharge several planning conditions to pave the way for a start on site. 

Logik Developments was previously bringing forward the scheme with High Street Group, but is now progressing the 355-apartment project alone, it is understood. 

An earlier iteration of the Arundel Street project, a 35-storey tower comprising 384 apartments, was rejected in 2018 on heritage grounds. 

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