A 55-storey tower, which would be ‘Salford’s tallest building’ and form part of a 542-apartment scheme, is set to be approved by planners.
The plans are for two mixed-use towers, 14 and 55 stories, on the land at the corner of New Bridge Street and Greengate. Proposed by One Heritage Tower Ltd, they include 542 apartments and almost 300 square metres of commercial spaces.
There will be a mix of one, two and three bed apartments, and residents will have access to facilities such as a roof terrace, a gym, a private dining space, a sky lounge on the 52nd floor and secure storage for 178 bicycles.
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In a report presented to the Committee by produced by Euan Kellie Property Solutions, it was stated that: “A residential-led mixed-use development will be appropriate across the rest of City Centre Salford.
“This will be primarily in the form of apartments, reflecting the area’s locational advantages, but may also include houses built at high de
The application was supported by members of the Salford City Council Planning Committee at previous meetings, and it is set to be approved at the committee meeting this Thursday.