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Old May 22nd, 2016, 07:25 PM   #1901
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X1 MediaCityUK | Salford Quays
Apartments | Salford

Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...=403150&page=8

  • Address: 1 Michigan Avenue, Salford Quays, Salford M50

  • Architect: AHR

  • Floors: 4x26

  • Number of apartments: 1,036

  • Cost: £200m

  • Developer: X1

Current status: Towers 1 & 2 Under Construction, Towers 3 & 4 Approved

Nearest transport: Harbour City








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Look at the size of this site! It's absolutely tiny.
It's exactly where they look best. Tall buildings in tiny sites.
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Manchester town hall is set to undergo a £250m overhaul which could see a boutique hotel, civic museum, shops and restaurants all be set up within the Grade I listed gem.



The work to fix its ageing infrastructure, which will see the wiring, heating, wheelchair access, toilets, lifts and fire escape routes all brought into the 21st Century, will also allow council chiefs to open more of it up to the public.

The council first appointed surveyors in 2014 to look at the state of the town hall, which dates back to 1877, amid concerns its electrical system in particular was no longer fit for purpose.

Its wiring has not been upgraded to any great extent since the 1930s, while the landmark is also riddled with asbestos.

In July council bosses are expected to consider proposals that would see a 50-year loan for around £250m taken out - although the exact figure has not yet been finalised

They argue that without the work, which will take around three years, they would effectively have to board up or sell the iconic building.

Their plans would see much of the building still used for local authority staff, but a substantial proportion of it also opened up to Mancunians.

Proposals include a small boutique hotel - depending in part on whether the listed interior is suitable - as well as a small museum to show off civic gems that have been presented to city leaders down the decades, some of them by American presidents and other major international figures.

Preservation work would also be carried out on the original murals that still adorn its walls.

Meanwhile the town hall’s cobbled courtyard, which is regularly used for film sets due to its Victorian feel, could potentially see small shops opened around its edges.

Council chiefs also want to make it easier for people to get married in the landmark - as well as to hire it out for other events.

Albert Square will also get resurfaced and upgraded so it can host more major events.

The M.E.N. revealed earlier this month how an ‘urgent’ decision to move staff out of the upper floors of the town hall had been signed off immediately after the election amid concerns over the lack of modern fire escape routes.

Those staff are being moved to Peter House, near the Midland hotel.

If agreed, the complete overhaul of the building would start from next year, with most staff moved out into the town hall extension nearby.

Council chiefs stress the move will not only preserve the building for future generations, but eventually prove cost neutral over the course of the loan - because it will generate income and save money on heating in particular, which is still provided through the original antiquated cast iron pipes.

Deputy council leader Bernard Priest said: Deputy Council Leader Cllr Bernard Priest said: “The Town Hall is an icon of Manchester but it will be 140 years old next year and, while structurally sound, is starting to show its age. We’re reaching a point where significant elements are reaching the end of their natural lifespan and need attention soon to prevent decay and ensure modern safety and access standards.

“Detailed and specialist survey work has been carried out to assess the full condition of the Town Hall and the scope of works necessary to safeguard it for current and future generations and ensure it can play a role at the heart of the city’s life. These surveys and the assessment of options are ongoing. No final decisions have been taken and proposals will be presented to the Council’s Executive in July this year. Any scheme would be subject to Council approval.

“However, doing nothing is not a viable option and would mean that sooner rather than later we would have to stop using, and start mothballing, significant parts of this much-loved building.

“Carrying out even the bare minimum of essential works - for instance replacing ageing wiring and removing asbestos - to this Grade I-listed treasure would be a complicated, costly and large-scale process.

“If we’re going to need to do these things, with the disruption inevitably involved, it makes sense at the same time to look at other aspects where we can preserve the building’s heritage, make it more accessible to the public and generate more income from its role as a visitor destination.

“We would also look to take the opportunity to improve Albert Square to enhance its role as a focal point for hosting popular events such as the Christmas Markets and Manchester International Festival.

“The one-off cost for this project would be met through long-term borrowing at low rates and would not impact on service budgets. We will aim to offset this through increased income from the building and savings on office space elsewhere as more staff can be accommodated in the refurbished building.”
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Circle Square | Oxford Road
Masterplan | City Zone

Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...#post123105881

  • Address: Former BBC Oxford Road site, Oxford Road, City Zone Manchester M2

  • Architect: 5Plus

  • Floors: 12-36

  • Office Space: 390,000sqft

  • Cost: £750m

  • Timescale: 2016-2020

  • Developer: Bruntwood

Current status: Phase 1 Under Construction

Nearest transport: Oxford Road








Update by Matthew Darymple. We're now waiting for the other phases (including the tower) to start construction. Most phases will be complete by 2019 according to the plan so by the end of the year this area should be a very active construction site.







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Thanks for the continued updates VDB. When I was in Manchester last week, the amount of construction seems breathtaking, and it is quite amazing what is still to come.
So did you find anywhere suitable to live?
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So did you find anywhere suitable to live?
Nothing confirmed. I may have a really nice place in Castlefield, right overlooking the canal and railway lines (next to The Wharf bar), but I don't know if I have this yet.
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Old May 23rd, 2016, 10:02 PM   #1908
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GM mayor to get London-style bus powers
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23 May 2016, 12:18

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Transport leaders in Greater Manchester have welcomed the publication of the Bus Services Bill, a new piece of legislation which will enable an elected Mayor to franchise bus services.

The Bill, which proposes powers to allow Combined Authorities with an elected Mayor to franchise bus services, will enable Greater Manchester to create an integrated, London-style transport network with a simple fares and ticketing system and consistent quality standards.

Bus franchising, a model used in other global cities, including London, Sydney and Amsterdam, would enable Greater Manchester Combined Authority to take control of bus service planning with private operators contracted to run routes under a franchise agreement.

Cllr Andrew Fender, chairman of Transport for Greater Manchester Committee, said: “Under a franchised system the elected Mayor for Greater Manchester will have the ability to decide the routes, frequencies, timetables, fares and quality standards for bus services in the city region.

“This will help deliver a consistent, integrated transport network and make it possible for every passenger to use their tickets on any bus in Greater Manchester, as well as other forms of public transport.

“It will place the customer at the heart of Greater Manchester’s transport network and enable the reinvestment of funds back into transport.”

Greater Manchester currently has a deregulated bus system, where 80 per cent of services are provided on a commercial basis by bus companies. For these services the routes, fares, frequencies and quality standards are decided by the bus operators. Neither GMCA nor TfGM have any control over commercial bus services.

Bus services play a significant role in Greater Manchester’s transport network with over 267 million journeys in 2015. That accounts for 79% of all public transport journeys compared to 9% by train and 12% by tram. Despite a growing population and increased demand on the transport network, overall bus use in Greater Manchester has flat-lined in recent years.

The option to implement bus franchising powers was requested by GMCA as part of the Greater Manchester Devolution Agreement signed with the Government in November 2014. The power for an elected Mayor to choose to implement bus franchising has benefited from cross-party political support amongst Greater Manchester’s Leaders.

Interim Mayor of Greater Manchester, Tony Lloyd, said: “It is absolutely right that Greater Manchester should have the ability to decide what transport network it wants and needs to help support our city-region and its growing economy.

“Alongside other devolved powers over health, housing and skills, the powers outlined in the Bus Services Bill would allow our region to plan strategically for the future and ensure that transport links people with jobs, skills and education.

“The ability to strategically manage the transport network means a better deal for passengers and ensures that bus plays a full role as part of an integrated, reliable, safe, clean and affordable transport network. The Bus Services Bill is an important step in making this possible.”



Greater Manchester's bus network - Facts
  • 267 million journeys are made by bus in Greater Manchester each year: in fact more people use Manchester's bus network each day than live in the Leeds city boundaries.

  • 79% of all public transport journeys across the City are made by bus.

  • The Oxford/Wilmslow Road corridor through the South of the city is one of Europe's busiest bus routes - with buses arriving on average every 40 seconds.

  • The bus network in Greater Manchester is run by a raft of different operators - all privatised. This makes it very difficult to travel from one side of the metropolitan area to the other. Today's Bill means that the Mayor and the City will have control over the bus network, allowing for regulation.

  • The Mayor will, from 2017, have powers to decide routes, frequencies, ticket prices, and quality standards. Integrated ticketing will also be introduced between bus, Metro and rail.

  • This is part of a series of powers devolved from national government to the Manchester Mayor - including powers over health, crime, budgets, schooling, housing; and other modes of transport including Rail.
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Overseas investors queueing to put money into North
BDNW: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/north...s_section=4148

24th May 2016
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THE North West benefited from 98 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects in 2015 – the largest number in a decade – representing an increase of 118% on 2014 when the region attracted just 45.

According to the 2016 EY UK attractiveness Survey, Manchester continues to lead the way in the region and the North West is the fastest growing region in the UK for international investment.

The growth has resulted in a 190% increase in new jobs across the North West since 2014 to 4,026.
More - http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/north...s_section=4148
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Apartments Update 05/2016

  • There are currently 4,591 apartments under construction across the city.

  • This will lead to a population increase of about 9,000 once complete

  • There are 4,668 apartments at groundworks stage, waiting to start construction.

  • Overall, there are 38,678 apartments in the entire pipeline - providing a population increase of about 55,000 people across Central Manchester.

  • There are currently 135 active residential schemes across the city, the average number of apartments per scheme is 263.

  • There are currently 30 residential schemes under construction, and the average number of apartments per U/C scheme is 153.

  • The largest scheme currently U/C is Renaker's Two Greengate - with 497 apartments.

  • The smallest scheme currently U/C is Beech Group's conversion of a building in Blackfriars, Salford: 4 apartments.


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One Spinningfields | Spinningfields
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Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1693947

  • Address: Hardman Square, Spinningfields, City Zone Manchester M3

  • Architect: Simpson-Haugh

  • Floors: 24

  • Height: 92m

  • Office Space: 300,000sqft

  • Developer: Allied London

Current status: Under Construction

Nearest transport: Salford Central










Update by Caiman on a very grey day:






More images of how the project will look when complete.

The lobby:






There's also going to be a bar on the 24th floor:

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New Victoria | Victoria
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Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...#post133029654

  • Address: Corporation St, Victoria, City Zone Manchester M3

  • Architect: Sheppard Robson

  • Floors: 8, 20 & 25

  • Number of apartments: 520

  • Office Space: 150,000sqft

  • Developer: Muse and Network Rail

Current status: Pre Planning

Nearest transport: Victoria






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26 May 2016, 16:18

Muse Developments and Network Rail have submitted a planning application for a long-mooted mixed-use development next to Victoria station in Manchester, made up of three blocks delivering 500,000 sq ft of offices and apartments.

A masterplan has been designed by Sheppard Robson for the 2.5-acre site on Corporation Street, which is currently a surface level car park. The proposed development will feature a 150,000 sq ft eight-storey office, as well as two residential buildings.

As part of Network Rail’s commitment to unlock publicly-owned land to build homes, the 20- and 25-storey apartment blocks will deliver up to 520 one-, two- and three-bedroom flats.

Amenity space will include a gym, 24-hour concierge, communal residents lounge, cycle storage and a roof garden. Both buildings will be delivered alongside public space, landscaping and car parking.

Muse has earmarked the site for a large-scale development since 2007, with plans previously drawn up under the name Fish Dock.

Muse said it was working closely with partners Network Rail and Manchester City Council to ensure that the scheme complemented adjoining buildings, including Network Rail’s £44m redevelopment of Victoria Station, Manchester’s second largest mainline train station.

David Burkinshaw, development director at Muse, said: “This is an exciting time for this area of Manchester as a number of key developments are now coming to fruition. New Victoria presents a unique opportunity to deliver a landmark development next to the city centre’s prime leisure and retail attractions and one of the North West’s main transport hubs. New Victoria offers an unparalleled location and an outstanding development opportunity.”

JLL, Arup and Deloitte are advising.
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Stanley St | New Bailey
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Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...=1770535<br />

  • Address: 1 Stanley St, New Bailey, Salford M3

  • Architect: AHR

  • Floors: 11 & 16

  • No. of apartments: 225

  • Developer: Legal & General

Current status: Under Construction

Nearest transport: Salford Central








Phase 1 rising, photo by Chrisyd:

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So good to see Manchester's dynamism. It's great to see a counterbalance to the investment and activity in Southern England.
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Tony Lloyd

The latest development in the Manchester election race has seen Tony Lloyd announce that he will go against Andy Burnham to represent Labour in the Manchester mayoral election in April 2017.

Lloyd is currently the 'Interim' Mayor in Manchester - unelected, simply keeping the position warm until an elected mayor can be decided next year.




Facts- Tony Lloyd
  • MP for Stretford, in the borough of Trafford, Manchester (1983-1997)

  • MP for Manchester Central (1997 - 2012)

  • Minister of State for Foreign Affairs (1997 - 1999)

  • Chair of the Parliamentary Labour Party (2006 - 2012)

  • Greater Manchester Police & Crime Commissioner (2012- current [the role will be dismantled and powers given to the Mayor in 2017])

  • Is currently the incumbent Mayor of Greater Manchester, however he does not have the powers or the authority that the Mayor will have from May 2017, he's simply keeping the seat warm - and is unelected.

  • Represents: Labour.

  • Website: http://www.tonylloydformayor.com/




Proposed policies
  • To integrate Manchester's transit networks and create a single integrated ticket for travelling across the metropolitan area.

  • Ambition for a "Green Transport Plan".

  • Introduction of a Greater Manchester Living Wage, which will include fair pay, good and safe working conditions, good industrial relations, and real apprenticeships for young people that lead to real jobs.

  • Supporting the maintenance of a health service which is free at the point of use for every person in Greater Manchester, despite a national shift towards privatisation. Establishment of the Greater Manchester Health & Social Care plan, which will enable this.

  • To make Manchester the greenest city in Britain through a series of public transport improvement projects, home insulation projects and supporting education initiatives.


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Cambridge St | Little Ireland
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Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...#post120941091

  • Address: 3 Cambridge Street, Little Ireland, City Zone Manchester M1

  • Architect: OMI

  • Floors: Tallest 31, smallest 15

  • Number of apartments: 282

  • Height: Tallest 83m

  • Developer: Renaker

Current status: Under Construction

Nearest transport: Oxford Road





Update by myself (for a change!)






Looks like there's a roof party going on on the stripy yellow building to the right there:

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Apartments | Salford

Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...=403150&page=8

  • Address: 1 Michigan Avenue, Salford Quays, Salford M50

  • Architect: AHR

  • Floors: 4x26

  • Number of apartments: 1,036

  • Cost: £200m

  • Developer: X1

Current status: Towers 1 & 2 Under Construction, Towers 3 & 4 Approved

Nearest transport: Harbour City








Update by myself and Dandotco. The core of Tower 1 appears to be up to the 21st/22nd floor:



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Circle Square | Little Ireland
Mixed use masterplan | City Zone

Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...#post123105881

  • Address: All plots, Circle Square, Little Ireland, City Zone Manchester M2

  • Architect: Fieldon Clegg Bradley

  • Floors: 12-36

  • Number of apartments: 677

  • Office space: 305,630sqft

  • Developer: Bruntwood

Current status: Phase 1 under construction, everything else planning app

Nearest transport: Oxford Road














Update by Dandotco showing the cores rising on Phase 1a.

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Hulme Crowne Plaza | Hulme
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Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...#post130975375

  • Address: 57 Booth St West, Hulme, Manchester M15

  • Height: 60m

  • Floors: 19

  • Number of hotel rooms: 210

  • Developer: Bruntwood & Manchester Business School

Current status: Under Construction

Nearest transport: Oxford Road







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Timekeeper's Square | Trinity
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Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1859879

  • Address: Cleminson Street, Trinity, Salford M3

  • Architect: Buttress Architects

  • Floors: 3

  • Number of townhouses: 36

  • Cost: £200m

  • Developer: English Cities Fund

Current status: Under Construction

Nearest transport: Salford Central








Update by VDB.

This area is a pretty tranquil part of the inner city. There are a few more townhouse-style developments like this planned, I hope we get thousands more! They're perfect for this part of town.










The area has lots of small parks, tree lined streets and relatively grand buildings:








Including a few Georgian townhouses:

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