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Next Phase of Ordsall regeneration moves forward with public consultation for 108 new homes

Ordsall Regeneration moves forward with plans announced for 108 new homes

Members of the local community in Ordsall are being given the chance to have their say on proposals for a key regeneration site in the area. The plans for the Former District Centre off Robert Hall Street and Phoebe Street will be unveiled at upcoming public exhibitions and, if granted permission, could see a further 108 new homes built.

LPC Living will be holding a series of drop-in public exhibitions from Tuesday 11 July though to Thursday 13 July at the following locations and times:

  • Ordsall Health Centre, 118 Phoebe Street M5 3PH: Tuesday 11 July – 12.00pm – 6.00pm
  • Ordsall Community Café, 172 Tatton St M5 3PS: Wednesday 12 July 10.30am – 3.30pm
  • Primrose Hill Primary School: Phoebe Street M5 3PJ: Thursday 13 July – 12.00pm – 6.00pm

Everyone will have the opportunity to view the proposal, speak to the project team, ask them questions and provide feedback.

Simon Ashdown of LPC Living, commented:

“This is an important site in the heart of Ordsall and we have been working hard to produce a proposal that we hope will be well received and provide an attractive addition to this flourishing community.

As well as providing much needed new homes to the area and the continued regeneration of Ordsall, we believe that our proposal will also bring a wide range of benefits to the area. The proposal includes enhanced landscaping, traffic calming and improvements to enhance visibility and pedestrian access. There will also be construction employment opportunities, with a commitment to recruit locally where possible.”

Simon added:

“Before we submit a planning application to Salford City Council, we want to know what the local community thinks of our proposal. We hope you can join us at one of our public exhibitions to have your say.”

The development has been designed by Warrington based Dixon Architecture and the extensive landscaping, a key element of the proposal has been designed by Manchester based landscape architects Randall Thorp.

LPC Living hopes to submit a planning application in the Autumn, following public consultation.

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