In Manchester, Residential

DPP are delighted to be assisting English Cities Fund with the submission of its reserved matters application to develop a landmark, 22 storey residential tower as the latest phase of the Salford Central Masterplan. 

DPP coordinated and submitted the planning application working closely with the LPA, English Cities Fund and the appointed design team led by the award-winning architectural practice Hawkins\Brown.

The residential tower will comprise 196 one to three bedroom units with amenity space. The delivery of this site will also see the completion of the landscaping scheme fit the wider zone of the  Masterplan area, delivering a complete and coherent publicly accessible riverside terrace along the northern bank of River Irwell.

The application will now be considered by Salford City Council.

Max Bentham, Senior Development Manager at ECF, said:

We are excited to submit a planning application for the next phase of homes in Salford Central. We’ve worked hard to transform this area of city across nearly two decades, providing a choice of homes, fantastic workspace, public spaces and amenities, bringing investment, new jobs and communities, to deliver real benefits for the people of the city. 

Kayleigh Dixon Associate Director at DPP said:

Our involvement with the Salford Central Masterplan is long-standing and it is a pleasure to be continuing to work with English Cities Fund in realising the delivery of the Masterplan. The submission of this application is the final piece of the Masterplan ‘Zone C’ jigsaw and it will be a fantastic addition to the adjoining Novella scheme as well as the neighbouring Slate Yard development.

Images: Hawkins\Brown, Muse Developments

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