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October/November 2017

Trafford Park docks think big

Esprit’s Trafford Park Docks in Manchester welcomed another large shipment recently from Europe via the Manchester Ship Canal. The 3,500 tonne MV Scot Ranger delivered four large silos destined for a Manchester factory. The unloading of the silos was managed by Trafford Park

company Speedrite before making the final leg of the journey under police escort. Graham Dixon, Group Director of Esprit Warehousing and Docks, commented: “This is exactly what the ship canal should be used for - let’s get freight back on the Manchester Ship Canal, reducing congestion and pollution on Greater Manchester’s roads.”

Mount Property Group acquire £150 million Salford Scheme

In 2018 Mount Property Group will break ground on a £150 million redevelopment of a prime site on Regent Road, providing 525 Homes on one of the main gateways into Manchester City Centre. Regent Plaza has a target completion date of 2019 for Phase 1 and 2020 for Phase 2. The Scheme will consist of a mixture of one, two and three bedroomed apartments and 37 City town houses. The Regent Plaza site occupies a prominent location in Salford, on one of the main gateway

routes into Manchester city centre and surrounded by existing amenities. In addition to offering an impressive appearance and part of the new skyline for visitors approaching Manchester, the development will cater to the thriving private rental market in the area and compliment other planned local developments. The NorthWest based developer have numerous schemes in progress throughout the Liverpool and Manchester regions, equating to around £300 million of current works.

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