Plans have been submitted to install 200 new homes in Ordsall, Salford, with approval needed from Salford City Council.
Electrical manufacturer Selectric have drawn up a proposal to provide 196 homes on Ordsall Lane, as reported by Place North West, in place of a two-storey warehouse and office buildings, soon to be demolished.
The plans were first drawn up in September 2017, proposing development of 89 one-bedroom apartments, 84 two-bedroom apartments, 15 three-bedroom apartments, two two-bedroom duplexes and six three-bedroom duplexes.
The application is for 196 flats – a combination of one, two and three bedrooms – and duplex townhouses. Other facilities include a lounging area, a gym, and a communal landscaped piazza.
Salford City Council is set to meet on Thursday 25 January to discuss the plans, but Council planning officers have already recommended the project go-ahead.
Co-Founder of Fletcher-Rae, Andrew Rae, said of the project: “The proposed development is predominantly planned in red brick, referencing the Victorian buildings in the area, with gray cladding incorporated on the top floors, a striking contrast to visually reduce the scale of the building.
“There are two distinctive blocks and the spaces in-between the two buildings have been carefully crafted to provide private terraces, as well as a hard and soft landscaped courtyard.”
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(Feature Image: Fletcher-Rae)