Will Mayfield’s street-food offer go down well in Manchester?

Mayfield, Manchester

When Manchester City Council, London & Continental Railways and Transport for Greater Manchester announced that they were seeking a development partner for the 30-acre Mayfield site in 2016, many outside the property industry were unaware that this sprawling former railway depot site next to Piccadilly station even existed.

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