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THE MANCHESTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET

The Manchester Construction Market on 6th November at Cresta Court Hotel Altrincham is the perfect platform for showing off what you do, making 100's of new connections and opening doors to limitless opportunities

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MANCHESTER REGENERATION

The Beautiful North

Since the days of the industrial revolution, Manchester has played an important role in shaping the UK’s economy. Today, the region is home to more than 2.7 million people, with an economy bigger than that of Wales or Northern Ireland. Manchester’s business strengths have enabled it to develop a strong reputation as a competitive place to do business. 

The ten metropolitan boroughs of Greater Manchester – Bolton, Bury, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, and Wigan – represent the largest city region economy outside London, with a gross value added (GVA) of £62.8 billion. In the decade to 2012, the economy grew by 42% and it has been one of the major UK city-regions driving job growth (84% between 2002-2015*), at twice the rate of jobs growth of the north as a whole. 

 

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PROUD TO ANNOUNCE

We are hugely proud that our Manchester Construction Market events on both 25th June and 6th November are in association with GM Business Connect

GM Business Connect is the fastest growing b2b magazine in Manchester.


It is a business to business bi-monthly magazine that is available both in a printed and electronic format. It covers many of the major business hubs across Greater Manchester, with an emphasis on B2B networking and bringing Manchester’s business community together. What’s more – it’s completely free. 

Regeneration in Manchester

Great Ancoats Street

Deansgate/Spinningfields

Great Ancoats Street

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Mulbury Homes were granted permission for 134 new flats on this currently derelict plot further down the inner ring road, into Ancoats.

Diggers are already on site as they prepare the ground for a £30m development of between eight and 14 storeys, for private rental.

Oxygen

Deansgate/Spinningfields

Great Ancoats Street

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This 31-storey skyscraper, on the corner of Great Ancoats Street and Store Street, is just the latest in a string of residential developments to be granted in the last year along this busy strip of the inner ring road.

It will feature 345 new flats and 12 townhouses, as well as its own allotments.

Deansgate/Spinningfields

Deansgate/Spinningfields

Quay House, Quay Street: Offices

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 This is the mammoth £1.2bn new district planned by Allied London, the developers behind Spinningfields.

Allied have submitted plans for the entire new neighbourhood, including a 50-storey skyscraper and a total of 2,500 new apartments - but there are also hotels, arts venues, green space and low-rise buildings designed for independent businesses all proposed.

At its heart will sit the £110m Factory theatre, which is in the design and funding process and is due to open in 2019.

The first phase to get permission, around the old Granada House, is listed below.

Quay House, Quay Street: Offices

Quay House, Quay Street: Offices

Quay House, Quay Street: Offices

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Further up Quay Street, Quay House is the last piece of the Spinningfields jigsaw to be developed by Allied London.

The old dilapidated block has been torn down and is currently being replaced with new Ian Simpson-designed development - called One Spinningfields - of up to 21 storeys, set to include a rooftop restaurant. 

Great Northern Warehouse

Quay House, Quay Street: Offices

Engineering Innovation Centre

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Council bosses have wanted this awkward site on the corner of Deansgate overhauled for years - and the news that foreign property magnates Peterson Group is now willing to plough in £300m to do so was welcomed by the town hall last year.

Over the next decade a new pedestrianised street to run behind the Deansgate frontage is planned, along with a new skyscraper to rival the Beetham and apartments inside the existing multi-storey car park, along with shops, restaurants and leisure attractions.

Engineering Innovation Centre

Quay House, Quay Street: Offices

Engineering Innovation Centre

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 Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre.

Part of plans to overhaul the university’s Sackville Street campus, this £60m project was granted permission in January and will sit next to the existing Faraday Building.

It is designed to tie in with the National Graphene Institute at the main campus, as well as with the planned boom in science firms on the nearby BBC site – and is intended to be the ‘leading test-bed’ for the wonder-material.

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