Barton PM appointed to Regent Plaza development


Barton PM has been appointed to the new residential development, Regent Plaza in Salford – a landmark which is hailed to ‘change the skyline’

Designed by Fletcher Rae the Regent plaza scheme incorporates one, two and three-bedroom apartments and three-bedroom townhouses with 24-hour concierge, podium level gardens plus a resident’s lounge and gym.

Regent Plaza, by Sourced Development Group, sits within a location for residents and investors alike, directly between Chapel Street corridor to the north and Salford Quays to the south west.

Regent Plaza plan

The phased programme of five unique blocks will create 525 apartments surrounded by a central landscaped garden which will create a communal outdoor space for residents.

With site clearance and piling for the first block now complete, and groundworks due to commence in the new year, followed by the steel frame in March, the entire development will be under construction for a period of 40 months.

Matt Fawcett, managing director at Barton Group Services, commented: “Work has kick started on Regent Plaza and site branding is now also installed on this major transitory route within touching distance of Manchester city centre.

“This is our first scheme with Sourced and we’re delighted to be appointed as management contractor to this really significant development.

“We are currently preparing the remaining construction works packages over the forthcoming weeks so will be looking to release these to the market in February 2020, with the overall scheme due for completion in Q1 2023.”

Stephen Moss, managing director at Sourced, added: “The demand for properties is increasing and this new development will give the area and community a boost.

“Having completed projects across the country with our network and with the additional support of our peer-to-peer platform, we are pleased to welcome Barton to our team in helping us to bring this landmark scheme to life.”


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