Salford approves 1,500-home skyscraper cluster with no affordable housing

Councillors in Salford have approved plans for 1,521 homes and 3,975 square metres of commercial space in a cluster of three skyscrapers in the city's Greengate area, despite the proposed development containing no affordable housing.

by Mark Wilding
A CGI of the proposed tower in Salford's Greengate. Image: AQ Invesments
A CGI of the proposed tower in Salford's Greengate. Image: AQ Invesments

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