Published: 14th Aug 2018

Manchester City Council and development partners Far East Consortium (FEC) have invited the public to a series of consultations across the city to discuss The Northern Gateway, which is one of the largest regeneration projects currently proposed in the UK. The project will transform north Manchester from Angel Meadows to Queens Park – including Collyhurst, New Cross and the Lower Irk Valley, and involve the creation of seven new and emerging neighbourhoods each connected through ‘high-quality green spaces and public squares that will celebrate the existing heritage architecture.’ Three thousand of the 15,000 new homes will be ‘affordable,’ and the council have promised improved transport infrastructure and enhanced walking and cycling routes. Six drop-in events are planned across the Northern Gateway area through August and September: ● Wednesday 15 August from 11am to 3:30pm at Yes Community Centre, 35-39 Southchurch Parade, Collyhurst, M40 7GE ● Thursday 16 August from 2:30pm … (To read the full article, subscribe below)