Published: 7th Feb 2020

More details have been unveiled for the ‘Northern Gateway’ regeneration project, which is a joint venture between Manchester City Council and developer Far East Consortium (FEC). Around 330 new homes are proposed for the area, which will include 130 Council homes for social rent and the remainder will be family homes for sale, along with a small amount of commercial and community space. The wider Northern Gateway project is a large-scale investment programme with FEC. Its ‘key concept’ is seven new and emerging neighbourhoods connected by high-quality and extensive green space. At 155 hectares, the Gateway has the potential to deliver 15,000 new homes in the next 15 to 20 years and will potentially include at least 3,000 affordable homes. Over the next six months there will be a number of events to get input from local people about the emerging plans. The intention will be to complete the design … (To read the full article, subscribe below)