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Regeneration scheme worth £200m approved at Manchester old Kellogg’s site

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Regeneration scheme worth £200m approved at Manchester old Kellogg’s site

Bruntwood and Trafford Council as the developer has gained outline planning consent to change the former Kellogg’s site in Manchester’s Old Trafford district. The joint venture includes plans to lay 200,000 sq ft of offices, 12-acre Stretford site with 750 homes, a primary school, and a100-bedroom hotel.

Architect Feilden Clegg has designed the regeneration scheme at the Lumina Village. The location is opposite Old Trafford Cricket Ground and forms part of Trafford Council’s wider Civic Quarter masterplan.

The client Buro Happold is working and advising as energy and utilities consultant. Approximately15 buildings are planned to be constructed around the central former Kellogg brick building. This is now home to University Academy 92.

According to the plan, the tallest would be a 20 storeys building with the others are set at a range from 8 to 12 storeys.

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