Manchester City Council

Planning & regeneration North Campus Strategic Regeneration Framework January 2017

North Campus Strategic Regeneration Framework 2017

Public Consultation:   North Campus Strategic Regeneration Framework (SRF) 

In December 2016, Manchester City Council endorsed in principle a draft  Strategic Regeneration Framework (SRF) to help guide the regeneration of the Corridor Manchester North Campus area. The Executive Committee requested that the Chief Executive undertake a public consultation exercise with local stakeholders on this document, and report the outcome to the Executive Committee in due course.

Document Summary:

The redevelopment of North Campus will bring major regeneration benefits to the city and the area around Manchester Piccadilly. The North Campus is recognized as one of the neighbourhoods to be impacted by HS2 and is described as a ‘research intensive knowledge environment’. The area is to be developed as a mixed use district with the knowledge industry and academic research identified as key activities.

The 11.8 hectare area of the North Campus site will focus on future planning strategies and ways of improving the east-west connectivity between Manchester Piccadilly Station through to Oxford Road, as well as providing a significant gateway to the North of the site in the direction of the city centre via the notable Sackville Street Building.

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 Tuesday 14 February 2017, so that all comments can be included in a report to the Executive Committee. Please include your post code.

Read the SRF document

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