850m redevelopment of Mayfield Depot 'will create thousands' of new jobs The Plans include the building of a new park, 1,300 homes, a 350 bed hotel and more than 807,000 sq ft of office space 13:00, 19 SEP 2016Updated11:59, 21 SEP 2016Two internal pics of the Mayfield Depot as it is now.
(Photo: Joby Catto / Anti Limited) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A huge project oakley original to redevelop the Mayfield Depot will 'breathe okley sun glasses new life' into the area and create 7,500 jobs, according to developers. London based U+I were speaking out after being confirmed as the developers behind the scheme following a tendering process. The firm's plans include the building of a new park, 1,300 homes, a 350 bed hotel and more than 807,000 sq ft of office space could be built as part of plans to develop the 'forgotten' Mayfield Depot. Bosses say they were impressed by U+I's bid, which aims for the area to become a "distinctive new high quality urban neighbourhood". They will join forces with The Mayfield Partnership, comprised of Manchester council, landowners London and Continental Railways and Transport for Greater Manchester as a joint venture. The 'forgotten' Piccadilly depot is set to be turned into 1,300 homes, a hotel and more than 807,000 sq ft of office space A planning application is expected to be submitted in spring next year. Sir Richard Leese, leader of Manchester council, said: "We are pleased to have appointed U+I as our development partner for Mayfield. "It was a buy oakley glasses challenging decision given the exceptionally high calibre of candidates; however, we were particularly impressed by U+I's innovative approach. "The regeneration of this key gateway site, along with the proposed Network Rail Northern Hub scheme and HS2 station will ensure a lasting legacy for Manchester and over time contribute towards fulfilling the Northern Powerhouse growth agenda. "We are confident that U+I has the expertise and experience to successfully drive this world class development forward and are now excited to see our vision for Mayfield take shape." Developers say the history of the site will be recognised, with some of its iconic buildings being maintained and the railway heritage of the derelict station being preserved. Talks over new home for giant arts space after Mayfield depot plan scrapped Matthew Weiner, chief executive of U+I, said: "We couldn't be more excited to have been selected and look forward to working with the Mayfield Partnership to deliver an iconic, generational project." David Joy, chief executive of LCR, added: "U+I has a proven track record of delivering innovative and distinctive developments, such as PaddingtonCentral, The Old Vinyl Factory and The Deptford Project.
"They will lead on masterplanning the Mayfield site as well as high quality place making, through to delivery of the necessary infrastructure and the development itself. "We look forward to working with U+I to ensure the success of this scheme which is set to create lasting long term benefits for not only the local area, but discount sunglasses oakley the city of Manchester as a whole.".
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