By Richard Hook2018-10-26T12:24:00
Developer Bruntwood and joint venture partner Trafford Council have unveiled plans to regenerate the Trafford area of Manchester, including extensive housing developments, a new leisure centre and a redeveloped retail park.
Bruntwood’s regional director Andrew Cooke said the “vision will transform the area” with the creation of “significant” amounts of new housing at the old B&Q site, a new “civic plaza” and an upgraded White City retail park.
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