PLANNING | £200m FEC’s Angel Meadow granted consent

Far East Consortium’s proposals for 750 city centre homes across five buildings, designed by 5plus Architects, has been granted approval by Manchester City Council, as well as Capital & Centric and Henry Boot’s next phase of works at Kampus, and a new Moxy hotel on the edge of Spinningfields.


APPROVED

Angel Meadow Park

FEC Angel Meadow 02

Architect: 5plus

Floors: 40, 22, 17, 12 and nine

Height: 128m, 68m, 53m, 38m, 25m

Cost: £200m

Number of apartments: 756

Commercial space: 6,600 sq ft

Developer: Far East Consortium


Kampus, Minto & Turner

KAMPUS

Architect: Shedkm

Floors: Five

Number of apartments: 59

Other features: New public square and retail/restaurant space

Commercial space: 13,800 sq ft across seven units

Developer: Capital & Centric and Henry Boot

 


Moxy Hotel, Atkinson Street

Henry Boot Moxy Hotel

Architect: Northmill

Cost: £18m

Hotel beds: 145

Hotel operator: Moxy by Marriott

Developer: Henry Boot


DEFERRED TO NEXT COMMITTEE, PENDING SITE VISIT

49 Richmond Street, Gay Village

Richmond Street

Architect: Snook

Floors: Three

Number of townhouses: Eight

Developer: Watch This Space


REFUSED

Cringle Road, Levenshulme

Cringle Road Towerhouse

Homes: 57

Developer: Towerhouse Systems

Architect: GA Studio

Reason for refusal: Scheme doesn’t fit with local planning guidance

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