Trinity Islands July 2017

PLANNING I Trinity Islands and London Road head approvals list

Allied London’s two schemes were among a bumper planning list at Manchester City Council’s July planning committee. Both were recommended for approval, and both were duly given the green light.

On the fire station decision, Allied chief executive Mike Ingall said: “What a great day for this great building. We can now start a careful and considered process to create something quite special for London Road Fire Station.”

Ingall added that discussions are taking place with hospitality and leisure operators on top of the announcements already made such as hotel operator Zetter.

Regarding Trinity Islands, Ingall said: “In my view there is no point in building something on this scale if everyone can’t appreciate and be part of it. The observation decks will act as visitor attraction and be a big draw – we want people to enjoy this development and be part of it.”

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Lampwick

Lampwick New

Floors: Six and 10

Architect: Callison RTKL

Developer: Manchester Life

Apartments: 213


New Little Mill

New Little Mill Side Exterior New

Floors: Seven

Architect: PRP

Homes: 68

Developer: Manchester Life


Three St Peter’s Square

3 St Peter's SquareHotel: Motel One

Bedrooms: 590

Aparthotel: StayCity, 262 flats

Floors: 20

Architect: Stephenson Studio


Trinity Islands

Trinity Islands July 2017

Apartments: 1,390

Floors: 67, 44, 41, 29, 29

Tallest: 213m, which would be Manchester’s tallest

Developer: Allied London

Architect: Child Graddon Lewis


Found Space

Bauer Millett Found Space Ask

Apartments: 375

Office space: 341,800sqft

Floors: 40, 14

Developer: Ask

Architect: SimpsonHaugh


London Road Fire Station

London Road Fire Station Night

Hotel: 91 bedrooms

Retail & restaurants: 36,100 sq ft

Live/workspace: 29,600 sq ft

Architect: Levitt Bernstein,

Developer: Allied London


40 Swan Street

Swan Street

Architect: Hodder + Partners

Floors: Nine

Apartments: 103

Commercial space: 5,000 sq ft

Developer: Highland Property Management


Excelsior Mill

Excelsior Mill Hulme 2

Floors: Nine

Homes: 108

Developer: Mulbury City

Architect: Tim Groom

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Some absolute crackers there!

By Matilda

Some beautiful schemes there!

By MB

Wow. Trinity Island is impressive. The fire station is going to be amazing and I can’t wait to see it finished. I really do hope there are enough people to fill all these new flats

By Steve

It’s such a great achievement the fire station has been saved. It’s such a gorgeous building.

By MB

There was an article on MEN last week saying that the population of Central Manchester and Central Salford is to increase by a quarter of a million.Is this true? All good projects.

By Elephant

The property market in the city is mental at the moment. Prices are sky rocketing and flats are going within days.

By Anonymous

Prices are ridiculous particularly the flats which aren’t built yet.Half a million pounds for two bedrooms is commonplace and sometimes more.The city centre was affordable for those on goodish wages at one time.Not now.

By Elephant

Some super stuff, but the council is plain WRONG when comes to the vile side wall of the Motel building! The first proposal was better…

By Schwyz

Although the Fire station is a gracious building,what surrounds it,is a mess.The cheap nasty Piccadilly place,being a good example.London road is a shambles and needs a completely different approach.The cracked pavements and horrendous litter don’t help.Let us hope that the Fire station kickstarts what is currently a very grim place to visit.

By Elephant

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