The third and final phase of the Slate Yard Build to Rent scheme at New Bailey Salford has reached its highest point of development at 21 storeys.
The £30M apartment block is the largest of the three residential buildings and includes 21 storeys and 199 apartments with one, two and three bedrooms. The Slate Yard provides tenants with leisure and retail facilities at ground floor level, car parking spaces and pedestrian & cycle routes to Irwell River Park.
The design of the building and the services strategy utilises energy efficient features throughout to minimise its carbon and environmental footprint and meet the sustainable standards set out in the Part L Building Regulations.
Passive construction techniques in the design of the building include enhanced insulation to limit heat loss and an engineered façade design to maximise the use of natural daylight & passive solar gains but minimise overheating.
The Incorporation of high efficiency systems and effective controls throughout the design will help to further minimise energy usage. These features include: smart heating controls, heat recovery ventilation systems, energy efficient lighting and energy efficient lifts.
Photovoltaic panels have been incorporated into the building design to meet a proportion of the electrical demand.
The Slate Yard is one of several schemes we are involved with as part of the £650m New Bailey development scheme being delivered by The English Cities Fund, a joint venture between Muse Developments, Legal and General and Homes England.
We are proud to be a part of the team delivering this important regeneration scheme which aims to create a gateway between Manchester and Salford and provide business opportunities for large and small organisations.
Good luck to all the projects and teams shortlisted at tonight’s Insider Residential Awards.
Team Hannan will be there in support of our client the English Cities Fund who has been shortlisted for three awards: Public / Private Partnership of the Year; Small Housing Development of the Year for Carpino Place and Large Apartment Development of the Year for the Slate Yard, New Bailey.
We are very proud to be MEP Consultants for these projects, both part of the wider regeneration of Salford Central.
Carpino Place, which completed just under a year ago, is a development of 22 new townhouses based on Oldfield Road, off Chapel Street Salford.
The Slate Yard is a Build to Rent apartment scheme at New Bailey comprising of three blocks. Two of which are now complete and the third heading towards completion.
Hannan Associates will be represented tonight by Vicky Priestley, John Walker, David Green and Sean Duffy. Come and say hello!
Hannan Associates provided MEP performance duties for this new 633 space multi-storey car park designed by AHR Architects and built by Morgan Sindall Construction and Infrastructure. This is the second NCP car park at New Bailey.
The car park design includes LED Energy Efficient Lighting throughout and a lighting control system to ensure efficient use of lighting installation, for example providing daylight dimming and PIR operation. The payment facilities have been made more customer focused by removing the need for customers to visit a payment machine or kiosk.
There are six electric car charging points at ground level, ANPL cameras at entrance and general CCTV throughout all levels to ensure customer safety at all times.
Hannan Associates are very proud to be part of the team regenerating Salford Central, a £650 million scheme transforming the New Bailey and Chapel Street areas of Salford. The scheme is led by the English Cities Fund, a joint venture between Muse Developments, Legal & General and Homes England in conjunction with Salford City Council.
The development area is situated at the interface between Manchester and Salford and is bordered by the main artery of the regenerated Chapel Street and the inner city ring road. When complete the development will provide 849 new homes, 2 million sq ft of offices, 90 hotel bedrooms, 261,000 sq ft retail & leisure and will expand the existing business district in this part of the city.
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