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Public consultation for draft Mayfield Strategic Regeneration Framework

2 Mar 2018 - 09:56 by michelle.foster

The regeneration of Mayfield in Manchester City Centre is entering a significant new phase. Manchester City Council

Details have recently been announced of a public consultation on the refreshed Strategic Regeneration Framework (SRF) which will guide development at the city centre site over the coming years.

Over the last year, Manchester City Council has been working hard with partners to develop and refine a collective vision for Mayfield.

The next twelve months promises to be even more exciting for the future of Mayfield, and it begins with a series of public consultation events relating to the refreshed SRF.

The new SRF will, if adopted by Manchester City Council, replace the existing Mayfield SRF which was adopted in 2014.

You can download a copy of the SRF either from an online consultation portal or on the Manchester City Council website, here:
www.manchester.gov.uk/info/500113/city_centre_regeneration/7619/mayfield_srf_consultation_february_2018

The exhibitions will set out the vision for this remarkable site. The SRF envisages Mayfield being developed into five distinct neighbourhoods clustered around a major new 6.5-acre park for the city centre. It is expected that the 30-acre site will deliver 1,500 homes, c. 155,000 sq m of office space, two hotels and retail and leisure facilities over the next decade.

The events will take place both at the Mayfield site, targeting specific local communities close to the site and will also reach the wider Manchester and Greater Manchester public.

Public exhibitions
Medlock Primary School, Wadeson Road, Ardwick: Thursday 1 March, 12 noon-7pm
Piccadilly Gardens, Victoria Statue: Saturday 3 March, 9am-5pm
Temperance Street, Mayfield – Archway nine: Thursday 8 March, 12noon-6pm; Friday 9 March, 12noon-8pm; Saturday 10 March, 12noon-8pm, Sunday 11 March, 12noon-5pm.

For further information, email: admin@mayfieldmanchester.co.uk

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