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Consent for high-end flats across Manchester

Manchester City Council’s planning committee has approved Generation’s redevelopment of the Hollings building in Fallowfield into apartments, alongside a Balfour Beatty residential scheme in New Cross and an extension to the University of Manchester’s physics school.

 

APPROVED

Former Manchester Metropolitan University Hollings campus, Fallowfield  

Toast Rack

  • Developer: Generation
  • Architect: Ollier Smurthwaite and Sixtwo
  • Number of apartments: 210
  • Leisure and retail space: 27,000 sq ft

 

Oldham Road, New Cross

Balfour Beatty Hodder New Cross Manchester

  • Developer: Balfour Beatty Investments
  • Architect: Hodder & Partners
  • Apartments: 274, for private rent

 

Schuster Annex, School of Physics & Astronomy

Schuster Annex

  • Developer: University of Manchester
  • Architect: Hawkins\Brown
  • Size: 27,000 sq ft

 

Block E, Bentinck Street

DeTrafford Bentinck Street

  • Developer: DeTrafford Estates Group
  • Architect: Ollier Smurthwaite
  • Apartments: 60

Your Comments

New Cross really will be place to be if those ones get approved. A glorious iconic statement of the future vision for this great awaiting phoenix of an area.

High end indeed.

By zebith

I dont approve of these

By Elephant

Yes I do.

By Elephant

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