Spinners Quarter, Lovell Together, p Cartwright Communications

The scheme forms part of a wider masterplan. Credit: via Cartwright Communications

Lovell Together wraps up Pendleton homes 

Spinners Quarter, a 127-home development in the Salford suburb, has completed.

Lovell Together, the joint venture between Lovell Partnerships and Together Housing Group, has delivered a mix of two-, three-, and four-bedroom homes on a 7.7-acre plot south of Liverpool Road. 17 of the homes are available for social rent.

Work on the project, part of the wider regeneration of the area, began in 2021.

Tahreen Shad, regional partnerships director at Lovell, described the completion of Spinners Quarter as a “proud moment”.

“Not only have we been able to provide much-needed affordable housing, but this development has also rejuvenated the local area in line with Salford City Council’s vision,” she said.

“We really wanted this development to cater for a diverse range of people and align with local housing needs, so including wheelchair-accessible homes and properties for social rent was an essential part of that.”

Mark Dunford, executive director of finance and commercial at Together Housing Group, added: “Seeing the final homes complete on this dynamic site is fantastic. Lovell Together is a partnership we’re very proud of and the work we’re doing so far to provide high-quality homes which meet the diverse needs of the local community comes at a time when many are facing inequalities of the current housing market.”

Planning permission was recently granted for the 485 homes and the transformation of Clarendon Park, the next phase of the area’s rejuvenation.

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Be interested to know why they chose to call it Spinner’s Quarter, given the former industry on the site was an iron foundry and dye works – no cotton mills.

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