Two New Bailey Square Office Complete

Two New Bailey Square Office Complete

The recently completed Two New Bailey Square will be the second new office building at Salford Central’s New Bailey development. This 188,500 sq ft office building is the first scheme designed by architects Alford Hall Monaghan Morris in Greater Manchester.

The 11-storey building includes CAT A open plan office across 10 floors, commercial unit space at ground floor, basement car parking, external roof terrace and a public square and is on target to achieve an A rated Energy Performance Certificate, a BREEAM Excellent rating along with a Wired Score rating of Platinum.

Hannan Associates provided Building Services Engineering Consultancy and BREEAM Assessment for the development. 

Each floor is designed to be sub-divided into two separate tenancies, each area provided with a private external balcony. Simultaneous Variable Refrigerant Flow heating & cooling systems are provided to each tenancy, mechanical fresh air ventilation from roof mounted air handling plant incorporating heat recovery, which offers good flexibility and is easily adaptable to cope with sub-division and high occupant density. 

The client’s design aspirations included exposed services with acoustic rafts to conceal the indoor VRF units and improve the acoustics of the open plan office space. 

Eversheds Sutherland are taking approximately 50,000 sq ft across the part 8th, 9th and 10th floors with BLM LLP signed to occupy first to fourth floors . 

We are proud to be part of the English Cities Fund (tECF) team– a joint venture between Muse Developments, Legal and General and Homes England.

Other members of the team included Abacus, RPS, Integra Consulting and main contractor Bowmer & Kirkland.


Andrew Carrington

Andrew Carrington

Associate Mechanical Design Engineer

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +44(0)161 337 2200

It has been a privilege to work on this unique building which reflects the hard work and attention to detail of the design and construction teams.

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