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Creating a legacy for the Guardian of Ancoats

Guardian of Ancoats

During August, work to prepare the site of our private rented sector (PRS) apartments development in Blossom Street, Ancoats, begins.

This means the former electricity substation that faces Great Ancoats Street, and the Guardian of Ancoats artwork which adorns its gable wall, will be coming down to make way for the scheme.

While we must say goodbye to the Guardian of Ancoats (the substation having long ago fallen into disrepair), this should be seen not as the end, but the start of a bright new future.

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Mulbury’s £26m Castlefield scheme gets approval

Proposals for a scheme of 108 apartments on the former Excelsior Mill site in Castlefield have been granted planning permission by Manchester City Council’s planning committee.

Mulbury submitted plans at the beginning of April to transform the site of the former printing and book binding works in Hulme Hall Road which lies adjacent to the Bridgewater Canal.

The £26m eight-storey scheme has been designed by Manchester-based Tim Groom Architects. It features one, two and three-bedroom apartments which will be marketed for private sale.

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Farmers Court, Lymm – Details of our sales launch

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On July 27, we’ll be releasing the first plots on our Farmers Court development in Rushgreen Road, Lymm.

This stunning development of 10 properties offers luxury living in leafy Lymm. This is your opportunity to discuss the development with our sales team and find out more about our house-types, plots available, internal specifications and timescales for completion.

You’ll also have the opportunity to reserve one of the first plots released. We’ve had an exceptional amount of registered interest to date, so this is strictly on a first-come, first-served basis and subject to qualifying criteria.

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Mulbury secures backing from DTZ Investors for £30m Manchester PRS development

Mulbury PRS Blossom Street

DTZ Investors has provided Mulbury with funding for a £30m private rented sector (PRS) apartment scheme in Ancoats, Manchester.

The development of 143 apartments, which gained planning consent in January 2017, will be built on the corner of Blossom Street and Great Ancoats Street. It marks DTZ Investors’ first investment in the North West build-to-rent market.

Designed by Tim Groom Architects, the scheme 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.

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The Mulburys 2017 – Photo gallery

A red carpet welcome, some of the biggest names in housing, and money raised for an excellent Manchester-based homeless charity.

This year’s Oscars-themed Mulbury housing conference event – The Mulburys – had it all.

Mulbury was delighted to welcome clients and contacts from the housing and property sector to The Restaurant Bar & Grill in Manchester on June 27 to conincide with the CIH Housing Conference 2017.

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Mulbury to build shared ownership homes for Southway Housing

Mulbury is to build 46 new shared ownership homes in Gorton, east Manchester, on behalf of Southway Housing.

The homes will be built on a prime spot of empty brownfield land neighbouring a public park on Vine Street in Gorton.

It is Didsbury-based Southway Housing’s first affordable shared ownership scheme and offers the opportunity for low-cost home ownership for those who may not be able to purchase outright.

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Green light for £5.5million Warrington affordable homes scheme

Mulbury Hawthorne Park

Specialist residential developer Mulbury, in partnership with Plus Dane Housing, has secured planning permission to build a multi-million-pound development of 46 new affordable homes in Warrington.

The scheme will redevelop a disused parcel of land on Hawthorne Street into high-quality affordable homes for local young families and first-time buyers taking their first step on the property ladder.

The derelict 2.5-acre brownfield site will be transformed into a mix of two and three-bedroom semi-detached and terraced houses.

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Port Street PRS development is building momentum

Construction work is progressing well on Mulbury’s £27.6m scheme of 135 private rented sector (PRS) apartments in Manchester’s Northern Quarter.

Over the last few weeks, work on the foundations has been completed, the tower crane has been erected and the building is now starting to come out of the ground.

In this site update video, James Alderson, head of Mulbury City, explains the benefits of the PRS model and what the Port Street scheme will offer to residents.

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Recruiting now for construction managers, surveyors and technical staff

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Due to a number of new residential developments starting on site over the coming months, Mulbury is seeking experienced construction project managers, quantity surveyors and engineering managers.

We urgently need experienced Contracts Managers, Site Managers and Quantity Surveyors to work with us on exciting new residential schemes across the North West. We also have roles available in our in-house technical team, including an exciting vacancy for an Engineering Manager.

We’re a people business that’s built on forging great relationships with our staff, customers, suppliers and the communities in which we work. We’re looking for candidates who can live and breathe our values.

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Mulbury submits plans for £26m Castlefield apartment scheme

Mulbury Castlefield apartments

Mulbury has submitted plans to build a luxury apartment scheme on the site of the derelict Excelsior Mill in Castlefield.

The £26m scheme for 108 apartments will see the site of the former printing and book binding works in Hulme Hall Road transformed into a high-quality eight-storey development adjacent to the Bridgewater Canal.

The scheme, designed by Tim Groom Architects, provides a solution for a brownfield site which has been vacant since the building partially collapsed in July 2015 and had to be demolished.

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