Plans unveiled for 55-storey skyscraper in Salford
Plans for a new 55-storey skyscraper in Salford have been made public.
Developers want to build the skyscraper on a car park on New Bridge Street.
The scheme is being called One Heritage and a public consultation on the plans is being carried out by the developers.
The plans also include a 16-storey building. The scheme would be made up of one, two and three bedroomed apartments.
The developer behind the scheme is One Heritage Property Developments who’s chief executive is Peter Cheung.
A public consultation event is taking place on Tuesday 10 September from 4pm-8pm at Arlington House, Salford.
The new building would be one of the tallest in Great Manchester second only to Renaker’s South Tower at the Deansgate Square development.
Consultants Euan Kellie Property Solutions is advising on the planning application and the architect is OMI.
Nick Berry, from OMI, said: “We have worked closely with Salford City Council to create a building that not only ties in with Salford’s aspirations for the area but will make a significant contribution to the skyline of this emerging quarter of the city.”