Regency Residential Submit Altrincham Apartment Development Plans

Regency Residential Submit Altrincham Apartment Development Plans

Regency Residential, the property company based in Manchester has submitted plans that could lead to the creation of 99 apartments in a development on Bridgewater Canal in Altrincham. Regency Residential is a part of the MCR Property Group.

The proposed site for this apartment development is located on Wharf Road, and the mixed-height building is expected to vary between three and seven storeys high. The site that has had plans submitted borders Bridgewater canal and the existing brick warehouse that is currently on the site would be demolished to make way for the apartments if the plans are approved.

The apartments that form this 99-unit property development scheme will include a mixture of one, two and three-bed apartments and will also include six two bed-townhouses, also included in the plans for the site. The proposed development will also offer 6,000 sq. ft. of internal courtyards for potential residents to enjoy.

The plan that have been submitted have been designed by Leach Rhodes Walker, who has been chosen as the architect for this project. The professional team involved in this development also includes Savills, who will be working as planner and Enzygo, who has been selected as the transport planner and ecological consultant for this development.

The Director at Leach Rhodes Walker, Christian Gilham has said that this dynamic development will lead to the creation of a high quality gateway that for those who are coming in to Altrincham via the canal. The building in the plans has been designed in a way that will enhance the landscape of the waterway while also blending in with the style and scale of the houses that are located adjacent to the proposed site. The Director at Savills, Rob Haslam has said that if the plans are approved, the Wharf Road project will add an attractive waterside building to the area as well as increase the number of homes that are available in Altrincham while working to contribute to the long-term vision of regenerating Bridgewater Canal, which is a major part of the local industrial and natural heritage.

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