South Manchester Strategic Regeneration Framework
The Strategic Regeneration Framework (SRF) for South Manchester sets out how we will prioritise investment and activity to make the most of major opportunities and build on success in much of the area, to make sure that South Manchester has a successful future.
The SRF for South Manchester covers the 10 wards of;
- Chorlton Park
- Didsbury East
- Didsbury West
- Old Moat
- Whalley Range
Our vision is for South Manchester to become "The Living City", comprising successful, well managed neighbourhoods, a sustainable housing market, and attractive centres which support a full range of shops and community facilities.
The Living City will be made up of strong, cohesive communities, which are well connected and have access to excellent educational and employment opportunities.
The main purpose of the SRF is to:
- Provide a strong vision for developing South Manchester over the next 10 to 15 years;
- Set out a broad framework within which investment can be directed to provide wider social and economic benefits for the communities of South Manchester;
- Reflect the Manchester Community Strategy and help achieve the aims of the City Region Development Programme, so that South Manchester continues to contribute positively to the success of the city and the region;
- Influence and link into strategies for providing public services, so that public services in South Manchester take forward the agreed vision and aims for the area and build on good practice established in Manchester and elsewhere.
The SRF was produced in partnership with our public, private and voluntary sector partners and through consultation with residents. The views of people who took part in the consultation were crucial in developing the final plan. We therefore look forward to working closely with all our partners to deliver on the priorities for South Manchester.
If you would like to more information on the South Manchester Regeneration Framework (SRF), or wish to obtain a copy of the SRF please contact the South Manchester Regeneration Team.