Parkside Renaker p.planning docs

The tower (centre) is the third phase of the scheme to come forward. Credit: via planning documents

Salford tips Renaker’s 41-storey bronze tower for consent 

The final piece of the prolific developer’s Greengate cluster would provide 518 apartments. 

Having delivered Anaconda Cut in 2018, Renaker is nearing completion of the 52-storey Cortland at Colliers Yard, while work on the 444-apartment, 43-storey Bankside is in the early stages. 

Salford City Council is due to grant reserved matters consent for the final tower, known as Parkside, next Thursday. 

The 41-storey tower would reach 123 metres and comprise 518 apartments. Of these, 246 will have one bedroom, 247 would have two bedrooms and 25 will have three bedrooms. 

There would be 11,000 sq ft of commercial space across five ground-floor units. 

The building’s façade would feature distinctive bronze aluminium panelling. 

Once complete, Renaker’s Greengate masterplan will feature three towers of 52, 43, and 41 storeys and more than 1,500 apartments. 

Like the other two towers, Parkside is designed by Denton Corker Marshall. 

Deloitte is the planning consultant for the scheme. The project team also features GIA, Hoare Lea, TPM Landscaping, MEP Design, Element Sustainability, and Curtins.  

To view Renaker’s plans, search for reference number 22/80890/REM on Salford City Council’s planning portal.  

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With 40+ storeys towers throwing shade all day into those already narrow streets, who will be keen on spending time walking, wandering or even stepping outside in these area? They need to stop approving plans for the creation of more dormitory suburbs and instead start creating real neighbours where people want to spend time.

By Anonymous

Like to see some more renders of this.

By MrP

Missed a perfect opportunity for balconies here.

By Balcony Monitor

Liverpool City Council planning department should sit up and take note = turn a wasteland of surface carparks and let developers turn it in to a decent vibrant regenerated part of the city creating jobs, home, investment and extra income to local businesses and extra council tax receipts

By BuildItNow!

I’ve said this before, please build for residential purposes and not private or students. Salford has thousands of council tenants that live in deprived areas and also housing that is not fit for purpose. Why are you not providing affordable housing

By Mike Allcock

@balcony monitor heartily agree

By Balcony Warrior

Oh if only someone would listen to balcony worrier, but the councils or the developers never do. It’s as if they don’t care. thought Salford council was more enlightened but it seems not.

By Anonymous

Hope that the One Heritage tower is still going to be built. That would be the most interesting in the city centre and definitely the most interesting in this cluster.

By John

Replying to the first comment. I really find it funny when people hate on towers being built in the city centre and argue over the fact that there should be “real neighbourhoods” being made. I mean what do you want. If you want to be in a neighbourhood or in an actual house, then please go ahead and move out of the CITY CENTRE. It reaaaaaally frustrates me. What back minded people.

By Mancman

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