The constructor company, Royalton Group and Frogmore, have submitted their plans for Salford’s Cotton Quay.
The new scheme will include a building of 37 storeys, and a building of 48 storeys, compromising four quarters.
Working for Royalton Group and Frogmore, Studio Egret West are leading the hybrid planning application to transform one of the iconic piers at Salford Quays into a vibrant new neighbourhood; Cotton Quay. https://t.co/c9w8IXGTVt pic.twitter.com/GfkNE9eVeq
— Studio Egret West (@StudioEgretWest) August 21, 2019
Lichfields, a Manchester office of planning consultancy has logged an hybrid planning application with the Salford City Council, for the Pier 7 site in the area.
If the plans go ahead it would see 491 new homes, and a 2,296 square meter of retail, and/or commercial use. A hotel and multi-story car park will also feature.
Two buildings, Laser House and Magnetic House, would be demolished if the plans are approved, and the road, Waterfront Quay, will move to the north.
According to ‘Construction Enquirer’, Nathan Matta, the planning director of Lichfields, said: “If approved, this scheme would create a new sustainable community introducing a much-needed mix of high-quality new homes; bespoke leisure and recreation provision; biodiversity enhancements; and opportunities to continue the areas rapid economic growth.”
Plans have been submitted for the £365m Cotton Quay scheme in Salford.
Lichfields' analysis of the benefits to the economy say it would support almost 650 construction jobs, as well as mor…
— Lichfields (@LichfieldsUK) November 15, 2019
The application for the plans is seen to be decided in Spring 2020.