Glenbrook Submits Plans for £250M Residential Trafford Scheme
Glenbrook has submitted plans for a £250M, 639-home residential scheme in Trafford, Manchester.
The project is part of the wider redevelopment of the 12-acre former Kellogg’s site being led by Bruntwood and Trafford Council and the joint venture selected Glenbrook to deliver the residential element, known as Lumina Village, last year.
The developer has now submitted its proposals for the site to Trafford Council, comprising a mix of one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom houses and apartments. The flats will be delivered across six blocks ranging from six to 20 storeys.
At least 15% of the homes will be available on affordable tenures, according to Glenbrook, while 5.4 acres of public realm, 5.3K SF of retail space on the ground floor and 200 parking spaces also form part of the plans.
“We have worked closely with Bruntwood, Trafford Council and our design team to ensure that the type of homes we are creating will meet the market need now and in the future, as well as delivering a new public realm,” Glenbrook Residential Director Shannon Conway said
Construction could begin in Q2 next year subject to planning approval, Conway added.
Future phases of Lumina Village, which received outline consent in 2020, will feature 200K SF of offices, a primary school and a 100-bedroom hotel.
An energy centre planned in a bid to maximise carbon savings across the site also formed part of the outline proposals. However, this element will now not be progressed after further feasibility work found it to be unviable, according to planning documents.