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Harter Street, Manchester

Harter Street, Manchester This is a grade II listed late 19 Century building constructed mostly from red brick with sandstone window cills, cornices and window heads. The building has been vacant for more than a decade, consequently many of the doors and windows have been damaged beyond repair. Timber and window surveys have been produced for the project.

This design proposal has been developed in conjunction with the Planning, Conservation, Environment and Regeneration policy Departments, numbers of project consultants and with reference to relevant local, regional and national planning policies.

Our Architect's design primarily aims to regenerate the site in a way which is sympathetic to the form of the site. The design responds to both urban context and street scale view at local level. Particular attention has been made to sustaining and improving the building by restoring the damaged or removed architectural elements.

The project is providing a sustainable economic growth and employment opportunity during construction to the area by regenerating a vacant building in a poor and unusable condition to a modern high quality.

Harter Street, Manchester
This is a grade II listed late 19 Century building constructed mostly from red brick with sandstone window cills, cornices and window heads. The building has been vacant for more than a decade, consequently many of the doors and windows have been damaged beyond repair. Timber and window surveys have been produced for the project.

This design proposal has been developed in conjunction with the Planning, Conservation, Environment and Regeneration policy Departments, numbers of project consultants and with reference to relevant local, regional and national planning policies.

Our Architect's design primarily aims to regenerate the site in a way which is sympathetic to the form of the site. The design responds to both urban context and street scale view at local level. Particular attention has been made to sustaining and improving the building by restoring the damaged or removed architectural elements.

The project is providing a sustainable economic growth and employment opportunity during construction to the area by regenerating a vacant building in a poor and unusable condition to a modern high quality.

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