Middlewood Locks Show Home Visual

More flats on sale as Middlewood Locks takes shape

A marketing suite including a two-storey show apartment will be opened this Saturday to launch the second release of apartments at the Middlewood Locks scheme in Salford.

Lead developer Scarborough has confirmed that the first release, comprising 85 apartments, has now sold out. A further 25 apartments are now being released for sale, with further releases on a rolling basis.

The developer has also confirmed that the government-backed Help to Buy equity loan scheme will be available on selected properties within the scheme.

Nicola Wallis, director of residential sales and marketing at Scarborough International Properties, said: “We are very excited to announce the launch of our stunning new marketing suite.

“We have spared no expense in showcasing exactly what our customers can expect when they buy a new home at Middlewood Locks, a place that we like to call the new neighbourhood for the local community where Manchester and Salford meet.

“We have already been overwhelmed with demand from local owner-occupiers which is hugely encouraging.”

Overall, Middlewood Locks is a 25-acre development, which will provide a new waterside neighbourhood around three basins of the Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canals, connecting to the River Irwell. It will provide a total of 2,215 homes and 900,000 sq ft of commercial space including a hotel.

Phase one is under construction and will provide 571 one, two and three- bedroom apartments. The first 70 are expected to be ready for residents by spring 2018, with the whole of phase one complete by November 2018.

Middlewood Locks is being developed by FairBriar International, a joint venture in which Scarborough International Properties holds a 50% stake, with Metro Holdings of Singapore and Hualing Group of China controlling 25% each.

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Fantastic that these are being made available for owner occupation. The nature of this scheme make it amenable to long term residencey with its public and private open spaces, commercial units and convenient location. Well done to the developers here, if only more offered a choice of tenure.

By Manc lad

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