Trafford Place plans lodged by Accrue

Developer Accrue Capital has submitted an outline planning application to Trafford Council for a 433-home build-to-rent scheme on the former B&Q site in Old Trafford.

Accrue is working with Indigo Planning, and Manchester architect O’Connell East on the scheme, and undertook public consultation in February, since when it has made changes to the scheme to support the application, in parking and traffic, affordability and visual impacts.

The homes planned for Trafford Place will include a mix of one-bed, two-bed and three-bed properties, as well as new public realm, and ground floor units designed for a range of commercial or community uses. Car and cycle parking will be provided beneath a podium level, and the scheme will also include a car club.

The building has been designed so that it steps up from six storeys in height away from Great Stone Road, to a maximum height of 12 storeys above the parking.

Stephen Webster, chairman of Accrue Capital, said: “We have been hugely encouraged that the majority of people who responded to our consultation support the idea of new homes on the site. The plans we have submitted reflect the insights we received during that consultation process and have been carefully put together to ensure that Trafford Place delivers the maximum benefit possible to the local area.

“With a chronic shortage of new housing in the area, Trafford Place aims to help change that by providing good quality, well designed homes suitable for the needs of the local market.”

The Great Stone Road site formerly housed the Hardrock concert venue before it was taken on by DIY group B&Q.

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