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Construction begins on fourth steel-framed New Bailey scheme

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Bowmer + Kirkland has started work on what is said to be the most sustainable development to date on The English Cities Fund’s New Bailey development in Salford.

Four New Bailey – which will reach 10 storeys and provide 16,200m2 of prime, Grade A office space – was pre-let on a 20-year lease in October 2020 to telecommunications giant BT, which represented the largest single pre-let in the region for the year.

The building has been designed by Make architects, and will feature an exposed lattice steel frame, influenced by the bridges along the nearby River Irwell.

Phil Mayall, Regional Director at The English Cities Fund, said: “Getting the spade in the ground on our latest development at New Bailey and keeping momentum on the wider scheme, despite the ongoing pandemic, is something we’re incredibly proud of.”

One New Bailey, Two New Bailey and Three New Bailey are also steel-framed buildings erected by Billington Structures, Severfield and EvadX respectively

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