Gary Neville’s £200m St Michael’s project gets green light

St Michael's - view from St Ann's Square
Gary Neville’s £200m plans for  a major scheme in Manchester city centre have been given the green light by the Government. The landmark mixed-use redevelopment project St Michael’s will go-ahead – after the Secretary of State confirmed that the application will not be called in. The consortium of investors behind the project include former Manchester United player Gary Neville and his team-mate Ryan Giggs. Neville said he was “excited” to have received the green light. The former defender turned property dev... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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