Plans submitted for £235m residential project in Manchester

WCN Editorial Team 22 May 2017 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Far East Consortium and The Co-op have filed a planning application with the Manchester City Council for Angel Meadow, a £235m residential project in Manchester, UK.

Designed by 5plus Architects and Planit-IE, the development will feature 756 apartments in four buildings. To be located in 20-acre NOMA regeneration scheme, the apartment towers, ranging from nine to 40 floors.

The four plots around Angel Meadow Park are on Gould Street, Aspin Lane and Old Mount Street.

If approved, work on the project is expected to commence by the end of 2017 with the first homes scheduled for completion in 2019.

HOW Planning and engineer WSP will also work on the project.

FEC regional general manager Gavin Taylor said: “We are very pleased to submit Angel Meadow for planning. Working with 5plus Architects and Planit-IE we believe we have produced a scheme of true international calibre, which makes Angel Meadow Park the focal point for the growing community.

“We’ve paid close attention to activating the ground floors and the spaces between the buildings while also providing a wide range of homes suitable for families as well as professionals. Our goal is to see long-term occupancy of the homes in Angel Meadow and the development is geared towards private sale, rather than institutional investors.”

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