Barnfield appointed to £18m Alderbank build

Manchester-based developer Real Estate Investment Partnerships has appointed Barnfield Construction to undertake the construction of an £18m development, Alderbank WA14, formerly Alexandra House, in Altrincham, Greater Manchester.

Barnfield Construction, based in Nelson, Lancashire, has now started work on the project.

The development has been designed by Ollier Smurthwaite architects and will will consist of 34 large apartments and six mews houses on the corner of Ashley Road and St John’s Road.

Eleven of the properties are currently under offer.

Stephen Slater, chief executive of Real Estate Investment Partnerships, said: “Barnfield Construction has proven to be the ideal partner to bring Alderbank WA14 to life.

“The team has a stellar track record in the construction of premium residential developments, with exceptional attention to detail, so we’re very confident that they will deliver this luxury scheme to the high expectations of our buyers.”

“Alderbank has captured the attention of potential investors and buyers alike, so we know the pressure is on to deliver one of the most sought after developments in the area for some time.

“Being a stone’s throw from Altrincham, the development will boast incredibly easy access to the fantastic – and continually developing – amenities.”

John Parkinson, contracts Manager for Barnfield Construction, added: “Alderbank WA14 is an exciting project which will give us the opportunity to cement our reputation as a contractor which can deliver a smooth construction service, as well as an exceptional finished product.

“Delivering a scheme that’s in such high demand is a rewarding endeavour and we’re excited to be part of the regeneration of Altrincham, in our own way.”

It is one of several schemes that the luxury developer is launching across Cheshire, Manchester and London, including Highbank at Green Walk, the £9m regeneration development of the former Transform Clinic in Bowdon.

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