A planning application has been submitted for 405 apartments on the site of the former Black Horse Hotel on the A6 Crescent, Salford.
Euan Kellie Property Solutions submitted the application on behalf of Betfred billionaire Fred Done’s firm Property (Done) Limited.
The 153 one-bedroom and 248 two-bedroom apartments will be spread over three buildings comprising five, 16 and 21 storeys, there will also be four townhouses.
In addition there will be car parking, landscaping and 8890 sq ft of commercial space.
Designed by 5plus Architects, the Crescent is the sister scheme to a 380-flat Private Rented Sector development in Trinity, for which Done’s firm FICM Ltd was granted planning permission in March this year.
Euan Kellie Property Solutions is leading the planning application process for the scheme, along with project manager Swithenbank Property Consultants, which will be built, retained and managed by Property (Done) Limited.
Once complete the homes will be available for private rent.
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Euan Kellie, Euan Kellie Property Solutions said: “The proposed Crescent development will be a fantastic addition to the Crescent, providing new homes for rent, as well as commercial space to support the growing community.”
Simon Ismail, director, Property (Done) Limited said: “Submitting the planning application for the Crescent marks a significant step as we aim to realise our vision for the important Crescent site.”
Jonathon Swithenbank, Swithenbank Property Consultants said: “We have a great site and a first class design team working together on The Crescent. Submitting a robust planning application is the first step of a very exciting development.”