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Old October 30th, 2012, 09:26 PM   #21
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Cheers, I knew that the runway was in Manchester CC, but it is a strange boundary to the east of the runway
The county boundary used to run mostly around the airfield boundary, but they didn't expand it when the second runway was built. You can see how the boundary follows the old route of Altrincham Road across the NE end of the second runway.
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Old October 30th, 2012, 10:04 PM   #22
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“It is unfortunate that a significant amount of misinformation has been circulated by a small minority which has misled local people. For example, the land is not in the Green Belt. We will continue to talk to local people to deal with their concerns.”
This is a thoroughly dishonest statement, given that the land was removed from the Green Belt in order for this development to go through (as set out in the core strategy (see Page 95) which was adopted earlier this year).
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Old November 23rd, 2012, 09:00 PM   #23
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World Logistics Hub at Manchester Airport secures planning approval

Manchester Airport’s £100 million World Logistics Hub has secured planning permission.

The outline planning application was approved by the Planning and Highways Committee at a meeting of Manchester City Council yesterday (22 November)....
Link: http://www.enforbusiness.com/news/wo...roval-20129290
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Old November 23rd, 2012, 11:08 PM   #24
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Airport City phase one approved

23 Nov 2012, 09:58

The £100m World Logistics Hub, in the southern part of Airport City, has received outline planning consent from Manchester City Council.



John Atkins, director of Airport City, said: "World Logistics Hub will attract new international businesses and help existing airport businesses to expand, generating much-needed economic growth and over 1,800 new jobs. The development will create a sustainable commercial product of international significance, providing high quality logistics facilities linked to the existing airport freight area, with access to the global marketplace - along with 60% of all UK businesses and a consumer market of over 24 million within a two-hour drive time.

"We already have significant international interest in the scheme and planning approval is a big step forward towards starting to deliver new employment opportunities for local people."

The site is within Manchester Airport's operational area next to Junction 6 of the M56, close to the existing airport freight area. The application site totals 91.2 acres, of which around one third, 36.6 acres, is dedicated to new landscaping and natural habitats.

MAG Developments plans to build up to 1.4m sq ft of new logistics space over the next ten years.

The logistics park is the first phase of the £650m Airport City scheme, part of Greater Manchester's Enterprise Zone. In total Airport City Manchester will deliver up to 5m sq ft of new business space over the next ten to 15 years.
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Old December 11th, 2012, 09:27 PM   #25
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Greater Manchester Enterprise Zone – draft framework plans for
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Following the adoption of the Manchester Airport City Enterprise Zone Framework Plan more detailed draft plans have been developed for two of the sites within the Zone – Medipark and Wythenshawe Town Centre. This report brings those plans to Executive for endorsement prior to consultation.

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Old December 13th, 2012, 08:44 PM   #26
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MediPark scheme could create up to 3,000 jobs

December 13, 2012

Plans to lure the world's leading medical firms to a business park being built next to a Manchester hospital could create nearly 3,000 jobs.
The MediPark scheme is being created by the University Hospital of South Manchester, in Wythenshawe, over the next 15 years.

It aims to attract major companies operating in the life sciences and medical research sectors to more than 500,000 sq ft of offices, laboratories and manufacturing plants set to be developed.

A report prepared for Manchester council on the scheme says it will give Greater Mancehster's economy a £190m boost by the time it is complete.

The MediPark site is part of the wider Airport City Enterprise Zone, which means companies basing themselves there will be exempt from business rates.

The report says the business complex will be build on land surround UHSM and at Roundthorn Industrial Estate.

It estimates 2,000 office jobs and 676 described as "high tech" will be created, with 1,000 coming within five years and the remaining 1,700 after 12 years.

Around £79m of the economic boost the scheme will deliver will come within the first five years, it adds.

Greater Manchester has been described as being in the "European super league" when it comes to scientific expertise by GlaxoSmithKline.

The report says the intention is to lure one major player in the sector as an "anchor tenant" of MediPark.

That in turn would lead to a host of small and medium-sized firms setting up their bases there.

The report states: "The development proposals are based around providing incentives, collaborative opportunities, a high quality environment and easy access to national and

international markets.

"These factors will combined to attract new, mobile private sector investment into the area from major international companies, as well as growing the local SME base in the health technology sector.

"Consequently, a large proportion of the jobs which will be accommodated at MediPark will be additional to the city region economy and would not be realised

without this proposition. The delivery of these economic impacts means that MediPark will make a major contribution to achieving a number of the City Region’s strategic economic objectives."

The area around the hospital is owned by the South Manchester University Hospital, while the freehold on the part of Roundthorn earmarked for redevelopment is held by Manchester City Council. The first phase will cover around 20 acres.

The report comes on the back of Manchester Airports Group bosses submitting their plans for its £650m Airport City vision.

It is hoped 11,400 jobs will be generated by transforming land around the airport to attract global firms in the advanced manufacturing and logistics sectors, as well as building hotels, shops and leisure facilities.

Both that development and MediPark are part of the Enterprise Zone, designated by the government
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Old December 13th, 2012, 08:45 PM   #27
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Old December 17th, 2012, 07:11 PM   #28
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Airport City tender notice published

17 Dec 2012, 10:54



Manchester Airport has published the official invitation to tender marking the start of the formal process of procuring a development and investment partner for Airport City.

Bidders have until 21 January to submit their proposals. Colin Thomasson, senior director at CBRE, is advising the airport on the tender process and said he expected bidders from all over the world to compete for a stake in the £650m scheme.

The invitation to tender sets out three lots:

Lot 1 - Airport City North. A co-investment and development partner is sought for the initial phases of development on land controlled by the airport comprising 59 acres, which can accommodate 1m sq ft of office development, 382,639 sq ft of advanced manufacturing and 2,400 new hotel beds together with amenity and support services. The overall master plan for Airport City North comprises 86.5 acres immediately north of the airport terminals.

Lot 2 - Airport City South. A co-investment development partner is sought for this proposed development comprising of 79 acres of land to the south of the airport terminals immediately adjacent to J6 of the M56. When fully developed the site will comprise 1.4m sq ft of new logistics space in a range of large, medium and small logistics units which can be arranged flexibly.

Lot 3 - Airport City North and Airport City South. This lot is a combined project covering both of the opportunities detailed in Lots 1 and 2.

There are no prescribed financial terms set out in the tender brief, as the airport wants to leave the business model open to different suggestions from different parties.
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Old January 30th, 2013, 04:33 PM   #29
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Looks like there could be some takers for this even before construction has started


Two international companies are thought to be on the verge of becoming the first occupants in the planned £100m World Logistics Hub at Manchester Airport.

The Hub, which is a pivotal part of the £650m Airport City project, will be pre-let driven and create up to 1.4 million q ft of new logistics space and generate more than 1,800 jobs.

John Atkins, director of Airport City, told an audience of more than 100 people at Insider's Global Logistics breakfast that heads of terms had been sent to two major logistics companies and a decision was expected soon.

Infrastructure work is due to start in April and Atkins said the turnaround from the contract being signed to the building being available could be as little as 18 months.

Atkins said: "The World Logistics Hub is a significant element of the Airport City project. "It's likely to be the quickest part of the scheme. The key is getting the pre-lets and there has been interest already."

The director said the cost of space would be realistically priced and revealed discussions had taken place with a number of developers to become investment partners in Airport City.

He was joined on the panel by Richard Holberton, director of research, CBRE; Doug Rode, managing director of Michael Page's Logistics and Supply & Chain business; and Carl Murray, commercial director, AKW Group.

Holberton said the UK logistics market was performing better than the rest of Europe but believed occupiers and investors were getting much choosier in location and quality.

"The World Logistics Hub will tap into the need for the best quality space in the best areas," he said.

AKW Group employs 300 people and has three sites in Trafford Park totalling 500,000 sq ft.

Murray said the biggest challenge was tight margins across the industry.
"The key in logistics is to be close to your manufacturer or close to your customers. When I talk about being close to the manufacturers, that could be the port of entry, like Liverpool or Manchester."

The final member of the panel was Doug Rode, managing director of Michael Page's Logistics and Supply and Chain business. He said the skills required to work in logistics had changed.

Insider's Global Logistics breakfast was hosted by Airport City which was also one of the sponsors. The other sponsors were law firm Brabners Chaffe Street, CBRE and Teledata.

http://www.insidermedia.com/insider/north-west/83999-
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Old July 7th, 2013, 12:48 PM   #30
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Unsure if this has already been reported, app for a DHL unit on a 6 acre plot.

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Plot 307 World Logistic Hub Site

Reserved Matters application (appearance, landscaping, layout and scale) for the erection of an 11.5 metres high logistic building with associated car parking and servicing area.

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Old February 27th, 2014, 02:35 PM   #31
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So THIS is the construction site I drive past every morning!! Been wondering for ages, finally decided to do some research, and found the thread :-D

The diggers are in the fields :-)
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Old March 12th, 2014, 06:50 PM   #32
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A new occupant for Airport City is now being rumoured as The Hut Group.

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The Hut 'closing in' on HQ deal

12th March 2014

By James Graham - Deputy Editor, North West

ONLINE retail group The Hut is understood to be very close to deciding between Airport City and Omega in Warrington for its new headquarters base.

The firm, based at Gadbrook Park near Northwich, wants some 50,000 sq ft of offices and a 500,000 sq ft warehouse on a design and build basis.

Manchester-based P3 Property Consultants has been leading the search since last summer, but declined to comment.

The group currently has two warehouses at Stretton near Warrington which are on short leases ahead of a planned move to a purpose-built site in 2016.

Last month Omega Warrington Ltd (OWL) lodged an outline application for 2.1 million sq ft of manufacturing and logistics space on the part of Omega to the south of the M62. The Hut is looking at space here and at Airport City South, also known as the World Logistics Hub, which has planning for 1.4 million sq ft of industrial space but is currently agricultural land.

The Hut, which is focused primarily on the lifestyle and health and beauty sectors, is understood to be making its final choice this month.
http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/north...s_section=4150
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Old June 16th, 2014, 11:22 PM   #33
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Business Desk North West.

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MORE than 200 representatives from Chinese businesses have attended four roadshows to showcase Manchester's Airport City development, airport bosses said.

Last week a delegation from Manchester Airports Group, its partners in the Airport City project, the city's inward investment agency MIDAS, the British Embassy in China, visited Tianjin, Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen where they met potential occupiers keen to learn more about the 5 million sq ft project.

In each city a series of presentations were made to show attendees the scale of the project, investment opportunities in Manchester, the ease of integrating into British life and to announce Airport City Manchester’s CONNECT service, which is a conciege service for potential occupiers, and offers help with visas, tax assistance, company registration, plus local issues such as residential advice and tips on the best schools and universities.
Industry sectors that attended the events include financial, legal, aviation and telecommunications. Attendees in China have now been invited to come over to Airport City Manchester in September to see the project first-hand.

Charlie Cornish, chief executive of MAG’s said: “It is a really exciting time to take Airport City Manchester out to China and I believe the seniority of the delegation out there, proved the strength of the project and what it offers businesses looking to expand into the UK.

“We met attendees from a wide range of industry sectors that just proves Airport City Manchester isn’t just for aviation businesses. The nature of the project appeals to any type of business that needs access to global markets easily and the unrivalled connectivity of Airport City Manchester more than delivers this."

Among the delegation was BCEG - the Chinese constuction group which is a 20% joint venture partner im Airport City.

Managing director of BCEG International Co, Xing Yan said: “Airport City Manchester is set to change the UK economic landscape and the way the North West of England does business.

"We were delighted to be on home soil promoting the project to other potential investors, to show how investing in Airport City Manchester works and is deliverable.”
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Old August 30th, 2014, 09:25 PM   #34
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The new DHL base is pretty much complete now, with the road infrastructure being built quickly around it too.

The last three photos from the July update from Airviews shows it all off pretty well. http://www.airviews.info/dhl_airport_city.html
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Old November 8th, 2014, 12:35 PM   #35
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App for some more units, no docs yet.
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107275/MO/2014/S2 | Reserved Matters application (appearance, landscaping, layout and scale) for the erection of a terrace of warehouse and distribution (Use Class B8) units with ancillary offices (Use Class B1), associated car parking and servicing | World Logistics Hub Sunbank Lane Manchester WA15 0PT
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Old November 8th, 2014, 05:43 PM   #36
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From the talk the south logistics side of Airport City is filling up fast but the north office site they are having to speculatively build space as tenants want fully finished facilities rather than to wait for it to be built after signing.
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Old November 9th, 2014, 03:26 PM   #37
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i always assumed what was left of british industry was in the midlands, but im probably about 40 years out of date with that assumption!
Don't forget, Trafford Park is the largest industrial estate in Europe.
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Old November 24th, 2014, 07:35 PM   #38
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Airport City South

Docs now on for those new units. Looks to be a speculative build on a plot adjacent to DHL.

http://pa.manchester.gov.uk/online-a...=NEGOQOBC06N00

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The terraced unit accommodation will have a total Gross Internal Area of 12,659 sq/m (136,256 sq/ft). It will be split into 6 individual units consisting of a ground floor warehouse area and a first floor office area (which is 10% of ground floor G.I.A.)


On Plot S2 (been renamed) - "Works start spring 2015"



Plot V showing under offer and Plot Q (food & beverage) under negotiation.


Current overall masterplan for Airport City South (ACS), formally World Logistics Hub (WLH)
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Old December 17th, 2014, 11:08 PM   #39
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Plot V showing under offer and Plot Q (food & beverage) under negotiation.
And now a Reserved Matter Application has gone online for Plot V the larger warehouse unit.

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Plot 318, World Logistic Hub (land bound by M56 and A538 to the South West of the World Freight Terminal), Sunbank Lane, Manchester Airport, WA15 8XL

Reserved Matters application (appearance, landscaping, layout and scale) for the erection of a Class B8 warehouse and distribution unit (25,803m� gross internal area) with ancillary Class B1 offices (1,440m� gross internal area), with associated car parking, servicing and landscaping
http://pa.manchester.gov.uk/online-a...=NG21B9BC6K000

I could see this being let to one of the big high street retailers or big online retailers, with it being so close to the motorway.

Could we be seeing Plot V, Plot S2 and Plot Q all under construction next year now?

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Plans submitted for 260,000 sq ft Airport City warehouse

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Hundreds of jobs will be created by the giant warehouse, to be developed by Manchester Airports Group and logistics specialist Stoford



Hundreds of jobs will be created by a giant warehouse project at Manchester Airport.

Plans have been submitted by Manchester Airports Group and logistics specialist Stoford for a 260,000 sq ft hub at the £800m Airport City scheme.

Stoford said it is working on behalf of an unnamed ‘international investor’ on the project, which it is hoped will secured planning permission in the New Year.

Lynda Shillaw, MAG’s divisional property chief executive, said: “In response to growing market demand for logistics and industrial property we are progressing this development with Stoford by submitting an outline planning permission for the site at Airport City South.

“We will provide specific details about the development in due course.”

Plans lodged with Manchester council say the project would include a large warehouse building, with a three-storey office building and 180 car and 45 lorry parking spaces.

The scheme is part of Airport City South, which sits at the heart of Greater Manchester’s Enterprise Zone, meaning firms locating there can benefit from business rate reductions and other perks.

In 2012, outline permission was secured for a £100m World Logistics Hub, which the latest plans form part of. DHL has already agreed to take a 37,308 sq ft base, where it will locate 150 staff.

The overall World Logistics Hub is 1.4m sq ft and it sits between the M56 and the A538 Wilmslow Road, next to the World Freight Terminal.

The overall project will create 1,800 jobs and, given the size and scale of the latest plans, several hundred roles are likely to be supported there.
http://www.manchestereveningnews.co....-sq-ft-8313028
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