Date: 19th June 2018
Plans submitted for Arundel Street residential development
Plans for a 386-home development in Castlefield, Manchester, have been submitted to Manchester City Council by Logik Developments.
The planning application comes after the development, which will feature two new buildings as well as the existing 4-storey DOT motorcycle building (designated as a local heritage asset) was revealed at a public consultation in September 2017.
The new buildings will include a 35-storey tower facing the Mancunian Way, containing 159 apartments and a roof terrace, as well as a 10-storey U-shaped building facing both the Mancunian Way and Arundel Street – forming an open courtyard between the tower and DOT building.
The professional team for the project includes ourselves as Transport Planners; Deloitte as planners; Gillespies as landscape architect; structural engineer Eckersley O’Callaghan Engineers, Hoare Lea as building services engineer and Recom provided construction methodology and programme for the scheme.