13th January 2017
The derelict site of a former engineering works in Levenshulme will be transformed into a development of 64 new homes after plans were approved by Manchester City Council today (Jan 12).
The scheme, by specialist housing developer Mulbury, will redevelop the former Atlas Engineering Works in Chapel Street which has been derelict for several years.
David Wroe, of Mulbury, said: “This site provides an excellent opportunity to increase the supply of high-quality, sustainable family homes in Levenshulme. By regenerating a site that has fallen into disrepair, these homes will also have a significant positive impact on the local area, including a new street layout and landscaping.”
12th January 2017
Mulbury has been given the go ahead to build 143 apartments in Ancoats, Manchester, aimed at the private rented sector.
The £30m development, on a 0.24-hectare site at the junction of Blossom Street and Great Ancoats Street, was approved by Manchester City Council’s planning committee today (January 12).
It will see the construction of two separate buildings, one eight-storeys and one seven-storeys providing a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, as well as three townhouses. There will be ground floor reception and concierge areas, around 400 square metres of commercial space, and car parking and cycle spaces.