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Plans submitted for four-tower Salford residential scheme worth £150m

Plans have been submitted for a four-tower residential scheme in Salford that could be worth as much as £150m.

The City View project will comprise four residential towers with apartments, a gym, parking spaces and houses, spread across 55,500 sq m of space.

Architect Fletcher Rae, which has designed the scheme for developer Vivere Group, has submitted plans for the scheme to Salford City Council.

It will sit on the corner of the Regent Road and Oldfield Road junction near the city centre and the new £700m Middlewood Locks development being built by a joint venture including Chinese firm Beijing Construction and Engineering Group.

Alongside 488 apartments, the scheme will include 37 three-bedroom townhouses, 150 car parking spaces and a private sky garden.

The four towers vary in height from eight to 26 storeys.

Fletcher Rae says it expects the planning application to be approved within approximately three months, with work starting on site in spring 2018.

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