Manchester City Council

Planning & regeneration St John's SRF Consultation November 2016

St John's SRF Consultation Nov' 2016

St Johns: Strategic Regeneration Framework (November 2016)

In July 2016, Manchester City Council endorsed in principle an update on the draft  Strategic Regeneration Framework (SRF) to help guide the regeneration of the Quay Street area of the City Centre known as St Johns. The Executive Committee requested that the Chief Executive undertake a public consultation exercise with local stakeholders on this documents, and report the outcome to the Executive Committee in due course.

Document Summary

The St John 's SRF was approved in February 2015. The SRF identified St John's as a significant opportunity to lead the next phases of regeneration of the city centre with a "best in class" residential-led mixed use development. Since the SRF was approved, much work has taken place on the evolution of design proposals. A refreshed SRF is now required to reflect and record the significant progress that has been made in delivering the original proposals.   

We would welcome your comments on this document and the impact this proposal would have on yourself. Your response can be sent by email to: or by post to:

City Centre Regeneration Team, PO Box 532, Manchester City Council,Town Hall, M60 2LA

All comments from people wishing to take part in this public consultation must be received by Friday 16 December 2016, so that all comments can be included in a report to the Executive Committee. The City Council will continue to accept comments after this date and prior to the Executive meeting on the 11 th January 2017. Please include your post code.

The SRF document can be viewed at:



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