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Albert Vaults | Chapel Street | 8 fl

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Albert Vaults | Chapel St
Residential | Salford

Website: http://www.novoproperty.co.uk/developments/albert-vaults-chapel-street-development

Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?p=146353469#post146353469

Basic information
  • Status: Under construction

  • Nearest transport:

  • Address: 169-171 Chapel Street Salford M3 6AD

Detailed information
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A planning application has been submitted for Albert Vaults. It can be viewed here.

18/71489/NMA | Application for a non-material amendment to planning permission 15/66691/FUL for change to the East, West & North elevations by replacing the proposed powder coated dark grey spandrel panels between windows with blue, change to the proposed South elevation facing the railway viaduct consisting of removing the recess between the blue and red brickwork so all brickwork to this elevation will be flush and all standard windows to the upper floors will have their head reduced in height above floor level by 75mm. masonry set back in relief of the red brick by 25mm


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A new planning application has been submitted. The portal is however down at the moment.

A description of the amendments:

18/71489/NMA | Application for a non-material amendment to planning permission 15/66691/FUL for change to the East, West & North elevations by replacing the proposed powder coated dark grey spandrel panels between windows with blue, change to the proposed South elevation facing the railway viaduct consisting of removing the recess between the blue and red brickwork so all brickwork to this elevation will be flush and all standard windows to the upper floors will have their head reduced in height above floor level by 75mm. masonry set back in relief of the red brick by 25mm, | Albert Vaults 169-171 Chapel Street Salford M3 6AD
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So today saw us erect this crane within metres of Salford Central - the result of long logistical negotiations with Network Rail - excellent work all – at Salford Central Railway Station
Still it has a pretty significant impact on the look of the building.

I definitely think changing the Black spandrels with Blue brick is a good move. It will however be interesting to see just how Blue the Blue brickwork is.



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There are a few elevation diagrams but nothing major. Basically says whats being amended in the description above.
What on earth are you talking about??!
I don't think you can really compare those two images nor can you say how drastic the change will be.
^^^^ Third floor.

Look at the state of the Fresh building across the road. The discolouration at the bottom just looks terrible.







How is Manchester in the future SD? Do all cars have tracks instead of wheels?
The windows could have been aligned better but it's a good solid build.
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