Environment Agency Gets Green Light On £46m Flood Defences

New flood defences in Greater Manchester have moved a step forward – with the first phase of the £46m scheme being given the green light. The plans will see new defences put in place in Rochdale and Littleborough, all of which will reduce the risk of flooding through a new flood storage area, raised walls […]

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Sigma Capital and Countryside Properties – £40m Broughton Village

Sigma Capital Group (under its Simple Life brand) and Countryside Properties are developing 298 new apartments in Broughton Village, Salford. The £40m project is a continuation of the area-wide Lower Broughton regeneration partnership between Salford City Council and Countryside and marks Simple Life’s first foray into apartments in the area. The scheme comprises a mix […]

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The Initiative Turning Greater Manchester Green

Greater Manchester is set to become greener, as nearly 300 trees are planted at Duet Salford Quays (“Duet”), a recently launched More. Build to Rent (“BTR”) development spanning two towers in MediaCityUK. One tree will be planted for each of the 270 residents as they move into the building, which will both help offset carbon […]

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Legal & General BTR Schemes – A Stand-Out Element By f.r.a

Legal & General are one of the leading firms in the ever growing BTR sector – and one of the stand-out elements of their projects is the exceptional branding and wayfinding. Behind the design and implementation is leading wayfinding, signage design and place branding firm f.r.a and we take a look at some of their […]

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Ask Real Estate’s Latest Scheme Given Green Light

Ask Real Estate’s regeneration of First Street in Manchester continues, as they receive approval for their latest scheme – a 400,000 sq ft office scheme set on a 2-acre city centre site. The 11-storey development will include retail space on the ground floor – with the primary use for office space.

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