Heyrod Street Packaged Living

Latest Piccadilly East scheme moves forward

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Dan Whelan

A joint venture between build-to-rent developer Packaged Living and investment manager Fiera Real Estate has lodged plans for 350 apartments on Heyrod Street in the Piccadilly East area of Manchester after buying the plot for £6m this year. 

Halsnead Garden Village

Setback for part of Knowsley garden village 

Neil Tague

Stewart Milne Homes has withdrawn its application for 225 homes in Halsnead after it was recommended for refusal by the council, leaving a hybrid application from Bloor Homes and Maro for 123 homes at the same site the sole item in front of the planning committee tomorrow.

Mayfield October Planning App 3

U+I swings to full-year loss

Sarah Townsend

The regeneration developer reported a pre-tax loss of £58.6m for the year ended 31 March, dipping from a £6.3m profit the previous year due to “market disruption” on Brexit, the 2019 general election and the pandemic.

Assura West Gorton

Assura ‘robust’ despite uncertain times

Dan Whelan

The Warrington-based primary care investor has avoided the worst of the Covid-19 disruption and remained resilient with a strong pipeline of developments and acquisitions to progress over the next 12 months, it said. 

Lidl Bromborough

Lidl returns for third attempt in Wirral

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Dan Whelan

The supermarket chain has submitted scaled-back plans for a store off New Chester Road and Caldbeck Road in Bromborough, after two previous submissions were refused by the local council. 

X1 Media City

Salford signs off towers, industrial units, homes

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Dan Whelan

A four-tower cluster comprising 1,300 homes, including what would be MediaCityUK’s tallest building, as well as the final phase of Harworth’s Logistics North industrial complex and an affordable scheme in Seedley, were approved. 

Shakespeare North

Prescot clinches £3.1m for town centre regen

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Sarah Townsend

Knowsley Council has secured funding to progress a masterplan for an area of Prescot encompassing the £27m Shakespeare North theatre, a grade two-listed former museum, and other historic buildings in and around Market Place.