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PLANS SUBMITTED FOR £35M SALFORD RESI TOWER
Plans for a £35m landmark building next to the River Irwell in Salford have been unveiled by Bolton developer Forshaw Land and Property Group.

The proposals located on Derwent Street in the Ordsall area, would provide 183 apartments, range from 11 to 27 storeys in height and include a cinema, gym and retail kiosk for residents.

The plan has been submitted to Salford City Council by national planning and development consultancy Lichfields on behalf of Forshaws. DLA Design are the architects.

Nathan Matta, Associate Director at the Manchester office of Lichfields, said: “This is an underused brownfield site located in a highly sustainable urban area. “

“The proposals fit in with the goal of transforming the Ordsall Riverside Corridor, and this gateway location means the development can become a landmark building on the Salford side of the River Irwell.”

If approved by the council work will start on the 18-month construction programme next year.


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