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Green light for latest phase of £150m Salford scheme

Developer LPC Living has been granted detailed planning permission for the latest phase of its £150 million mixed-used regeneration scheme in Salford.

The Radclyffe Park project will include a 156-bed Travelodge hotel, a Morrisons supermarket, 11 retail units, 114 new homes and 359 parking spaces.

Its approval represents the latest milestone in the regeneration of Ordsall, with wider plans including a primary school, family housing, shopping facilities, health and community facilities and improvements to open spaces.

Construction of the new Morrisons is due to start next month, followed by the Travelodge in January 2011.

Simon Ashdown, development director at LPC Living, said: “We are delighted to have secured planning for the whole development site now, particularly as we have signed up two national brands, proving there is a commercial appetite in this area despite a continuing difficult economic climate.”