Salford gives green light to 545-home tower with no affordable housing

Salford Council has granted consent for plans to build 545 flats in the city's tallest building at 55 storeys high, even though the proposal provides no affordable housing.

by David Blackman
A visualisation of the One Heritage tower in Salford. Pic: OMI Architects
A visualisation of the One Heritage tower in Salford. Pic: OMI Architects

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