Fred Done gets green light for 380 unit development

Fred Done gets green light for 380 unit development



Goldentree Financial Services and Salboy Ltd has been given the green light for a project involving 380 residential units .

The owner of development firms Goldentree Financial Services and Salboy Ltd has been given the green light for a project involving 380 residential units.

After lodging the application back in October of last year, Salford City Council has approved plans for Fred Done’s firm FICM Ltd to create a new development of 380 apartments and townhouses.

Known as Trinity, the development will be the first large private rented sector scheme to be built in Greater Manchester. Trinity will be located at the junction of Trinity Way and Blackfriars in Salford.

The grade II-listed Friars Pub will act as the entrance to the development. FICM Director Simon Ismail labelled this permission as a very big step to bring the vision to reality.

“Trinity is in the heart of the original Salford, it is where we are all from and we all feel a sense of responsibility to create something very special that we can be proud of,”  

"We’ve had the best team available on the project and the passion, flair and drive they possess has helped us get to this point and we look forward to bringing 5plus Architects designs to life."

5plus Architects have designed the range of one, two and three-bedroom apartments along with seven townhouses.

Assistant mayor for strategic planning at Salford City Council, Councillor Derek Antrobus, said: “The City Council has stayed faithful to its vision for bringing life back to central Salford and invested in infrastructure to make that happen. This is another great example of our commitment bearing fruit.”

 


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