Plans for a 22-story residential building | North West Real Estate News
Plans have been tabled for a 22-storey building, which would house nearly 200 homes as part of Salford Central’s £1billion regeneration.
The English Cities Fund (ECF) has submitted a planning application to Salford City Council to advance a new phase of new homes in New Bailey.
Designed by Hawkins Brown, the building would provide 196 additional homes with spectacular city and waterfront views.
Residents would benefit from full management and concierge services, and expansive amenity spaces on the ground and 22nd floors. This would include a private gym and fitness studio, shared workspaces and common relaxation areas with views of the River Irwell.
Attached to the building is Novella, a 211-unit development by ECF, where the first buyers will move into in August this year. About 50 percent of the houses in the program were sold before the building was completed.
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Max Bentham, Senior Development Manager at ECF, said: “We are delighted with the progress in sales at Novella and are delighted to submit planning for the next phase of the homes in Salford Central.
“We’ve worked hard to transform this area of the city for nearly two decades, providing a choice of homes, fantastic workspaces, public spaces and amenities, bringing investment, new jobs and communities , to deliver real benefits to the people of the city.”
If the project receives a planning agreement, it should start on site in the first quarter of 2023.
Salford Central is presented by ECF, a joint venture between the National Regeneration Society, Muse, Legal & General and Homes England.
The joint venture partnership is currently working on urban regeneration projects across the UK and is also proposing the transformation of the £2.5 billion, 240 acre Salford Crescent.