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Salford commercial scheme expands further

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Salford160714Plans have been submitted for a second large office block in the New Bailey regeneration area of Salford.

Two New Bailey will be 11-storeys high and built with red steel and glass, according to the plans submitted to Salford City Council.

Designed by architects AHMM, the building will offer 17,500m² of office space, nearly double the size of its sister building, the eight-storey One New Bailey, which was completed in May this year.

The plans include reception with cafe area, 50 underground parking bays and 102 bicycle spaces.

Phil Mayall, Development Director at English Cities Fund, said: “The decision to submit the planning application at this time was prompted by the strong interest in the remaining space at One New Bailey.

“We are currently considering funding options with a view to starting work on site in early 2017.

“We are looking forward to progressing with our vision for New Bailey and bringing more much sought after quality office space to our unique location on the banks of the River Irwell.”

The New Bailey development consists of land adjacent to Salford Central Station opposite Manchester’s Spinningfields business district. Structures that have already been completed on the site include a 635-space NCP car park, a £1M events and marketing suite and a Premier Inn hotel.

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