WORK COMMENCES AT 825 DIDSBURY
Work has begun to convert former offices to 22 family sized newly built homes
Planning for the development was agreed late last year and the first homes will be ready for occupation by this autumn.
P J Livesey Director, James Woodmansee, said: “This is an opportunity to take a site with various buildings both listed and non -listed, some used and some no longer fit for purpose and create a place that will once again be truly part of the community. “
The 4.3 acre site contains a mix of buildings set within spacious grounds with mature tree and landscaping.
The red brick Parklands will also be retained and converted to provide 39 contemporary apartments while a second office building, Aspen House, will be demolished to make way for 22 new build homes.
In total the site will provide 85 new homes.
Demolition of Aspen House is already underway with sales starting off plan in the spring.
The Greater Manchester Pension Fund is providing development funding to the project and Councillor Brenda Warrington, Chair of GMPF, said: “We are delighted to be working alongside such a well-respected developer and look forward to seeing the transformation of the site and in particular, the conversion of the listed buildings into innovative and sought-after homes.
“I’m proud the Greater Manchester Pension Fund is willing to invest in the construction of much-needed housing whilst securing a good return for our members’ pensions. We’re excited by the pipeline of potential investments and we look forward to working on more opportunities to achieve our twin aims of significant investment returns to pay our pensions promises, whilst delivering homes, infrastructure and jobs for Greater Manchester.”
P J Livesey Group was advised by Slater Heelis Law with GVA HOW acting on planning.
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