Key Developments in Greater Manchester

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  1. Foxdenton

    Oldham

    Foxdenton is a 110 acre, premier business park located on the only remaining large Greenfield site in Oldham.

  2. Spinningfields

    Manchester

    Home to over 165 top level financial and commercial services organisations including bank of New York Mellon and Royal Bank of Scotland, Spinningfields is the centre of Manchester’s corporate community.

  3. MediaCityUK

    Salford, Greater Manchester

    Already home to the BBC, ITV, dock10, the University of Salford, The Hut Group, Kellogg’s and 250 creative and digital businesses, MediaCityUK will see investment of over £1 billion to double its existing footprint by 2030.

  4. Carrington

    Manchester

    Carrington is a former petrochemical development site in an established commercial location.

  5. Circle Square

    Manchester

    Circle Square is Manchester’s landmark new neighbourhood providing over 2.4m sq ft of office space, retail and leisure, living space and a new city park.

  6. Stockport Exchange

    Stockport

    Stockport Exchange is an office-led mixed use development located adjacent to the train station which offers a direct connection to London in under two hours

  7. Port Salford

    Eccles, Greater Manchester

    Port Salford is the UK’s first tri-modal inland port facility and national distribution centre, which has the potential to be accessible by inland water, mainline rail and motorway.

  8. Airport City – Global Logistics

    Manchester

    Airport City is at the core of a Government Enterprise Zone surrounding the UK's busiest regional airport.

  9. Trafford Waters

    Trafford, Greater Manchester

    Outline planning permission has been granted to create Trafford Waters, a new sustainable community spanning 53 acres of land on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal within the heart of TraffordCity.

  10. NOMA

    Manchester

    Adjacent to one of Manchester’s main rail stations, NOMA offers 4 million sqft of mixed-use redevelopment in the heart of central Manchester.

  11. EventCity

    Trafford, Greater Manchester

    Plans have been approved to deliver a new state-of-the-art EventCity in the rapidly developing leisure quarter of TraffordCity, which is home to the iFly skydive centre and the largest indoor ski slope in the country.

  12. Therme

    Trafford, Greater Manchester

    Plans are in the pipeline to bring a once in a generation opportunity to TraffordCity which will revolutionise the health and wellbeing resort offering in the UK. Therme Resorts have secured planning at TraffordCity to bring its world-renowned…

  13. Airport City – China Cluster

    Manchester

    Airport City is at the core of a Government Enterprise Zone surrounding the UK's busiest regional airport.

  14. Ashton Moss

    Ashton Under Lyne

    Ashton Moss has excellent transport links to the M60 motorway allowing easy access to the North West and the rest of the UK.

  15. The Sharp Project

    Manchester

    The Sharp Project is home to over 60 creative digital entrepreneurs and content production companies.

  16. Kingsway Business Park

    Rochdale

    A 420 acre mixed use business park 12 miles from central Manchester, comprising commercial office space and industrial units located in Rochdale, off the M62 motorway.

  17. Manchester Science Park

    Manchester

    Manchester Science Park is situated at the heart of Corridor Manchester, the city’s innovation district. Already home to more than 120 innovative businesses, it is set to grow in popularity with the Bright Building, MSP’s first new development in 15…

  18. 11 York Street

    MANCHESTER

    11 York Street is a new build Grade A workspace located at the core of Manchester's most thriving district.

  19. Wigan Pier Waterfront

    Wigan

    Wigan Pier Waterfront is an innovative mixed use development comprised of new build, refurbishment, hotel, cultural and commercial opportunities focused on the canal front.

  20. St John's

    Manchester

    St John’s is a redevelopment of the former Granada TV Studios in the heart of Manchester’s city centre.

  21. Citylabs

    Nelson Street, Manchester

    Citylabs is the only development of its kind in the UK, based on a joint venture partnership between Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP) and Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) - the UK's largest NHS provider Trust.

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