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I know its a MSCP but its a pretty interesting build and adds to the fabric of the city and community.

Architect: AHR Global

Developer: English Cities Fund

Operator: NCP

17/70439/REM | Details of reserved matters application for access, appearance, landscaping, layout and scale for development of Plot A2 for a Multi-Storey Car Park, associated access and junction works, landscaping and ancillary works pursuant to outline planning permission 16/68325/OUT | Land Surrounding Stanley Street Bound By Trinity Way, Irwell Street And River Irwell M3 5DA
18/71377/DISCON | Request for confirmation of compliance of condition 22 (materials) attached to planning permission 16/68325/OUT. | Land Surrounding Stanley Street Bound By Trinity Way, Irwell Street And River Irwell M3 5DA










 

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The English Cities Fund (ECf) joint venture has chosen an operator for the second multi-storey car park at its New Bailey business development.

The group agreed a pre-let deal for the facility with National Car Parks (NCP) on a 35-year lease.

Contractor Morgan Sindall is delivering the nine-storey scheme, which will comprise 633 spaces.

Demand for parking has continued to grow since the completion of the first New Bailey car park in 2014, according to ECf, a joint venture between property firm Muse Developments, financial services giant Legal & General and government housing agency Homes England.

Phil Mayall, development director at ECf, said: “The addition of a second car park is key to the New Bailey masterplan and we’re delighted to once again be working with NCP to help bring that forward.

“Since the completion of One New Bailey especially, the current car park at New Bailey is full every day. And with more office and residential developments planned for the area, we need to ensure that ample parking is available for those wishing to drive into the city.”

He continued: “Of course, investment in local infrastructure, such as the Ordsall Chord, is assisting in making public transport connections to New Bailey easier but driving is still an important commuter option for many, so we need to provide options.”

The car park was designed by architecture practice AHR.

NCP’s head of property development, Adam Robson, commented: “NCP is delighted to have agreed terms on our second multi-storey car park within the New Bailey development.

“With ECf having secured key tenants such as Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, and in negotiations with other key tenants, we hope to build on the success of our existing multi-storey car park within the ever-expanding estate.”

Salford City Mayor Paul Dennett said of the development: “This new car park will provide much needed space as demand grows with businesses and people wanting to move into the city.

“It is all part of our plan to create growth in the city with long term employment opportunities. This brings in more business rates and generates a positive cash flow return to the council for investment in frontline services at a time of austerity.”

With work now underway, the scheme is due for completion in December.
https://bdaily.co.uk/articles/2018/...r-upcoming-nine-storey-car-park-at-new-bailey
 
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