Plans in for Irk Valley high rise flats

A planning application has been submitted for a 415-apartment complex on Dantzic Street on the edge of Manchester city centre, designed by SimpsonHaugh & Partners.

Named North View, the development is being proposed by Leftfield Investments, understood to be part of a privately-owned family group with other land interests in the UK.

The plot on the corner of Dantzic Street and Dulwich Street, on the edge of the NOMA estate, would be used for 415 flats, delivered in a complex of buildings ranging between six and 24 storeys in height.

The blocks are joined by a podium which includes space for commercial units, and public realm.


North View Dantzic Green Space

The site is currently the location of a range of small industrial units, occupied by Astra Signs, and a waste processing business.

Paul Butler Associates is advising on the planning application, and Forrest has been appointed contractor. Savills is the agent. Fabrik is the landscape architect.

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Area has a lot of potential…

By Schwyz

This is nice. Simple design, but striking. It will complement NOMA tower and the Co-op building,well.

By Elephant

There’s massive plans for this area. Lots of CPO work currently going on. Nice development but quite far out of the city centre if you look on the map. Let’s hope everything else does build up around it

By David

This area needs some cycle lanes.

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