What its about:
At the February 2018 Executive Committee, Manchester City Council endorsed in principle a refreshed Strategic Regeneration Framework to help guide the regeneration of Mayfield area of the City Centre. The Executive Committee requested that the Chief Executive undertake a public consultation exercise with local stakeholders, and report the outcome to the Executive Committee in due course.
How it will be achieved:
This public consultation will begin on Thursday 8 February 2018. We would welcome your comments on this framework and the impact this proposal would have on yourself. Your response can be sent by email to: email@example.com or by post to:
City Centre Regeneration Team, PO Box 532, Manchester City Council Town Hall. Manchester M60 2LA
All comments from people wishing to take part in this public consultation must be received by Thursday 22 March 2018, so that they can be included in a report to the Executive Committee, following the local council elections, on the outcome of the Public Consultation. Please include your post code when responding.
The Strategic Regeneration Framework (SRF) has been prepared in order to guide the future comprehensive regeneration of the Mayfield area of Manchester city centre. It supersedes the 2010 and 2014 SRFs, which have been previously endorsed by Manchester City Council.
The vision for Mayfield is to deliver a world class, transformational, distinctive and imaginative commercially led neighbourhood. The Strategic Regeneration Framework (SRF) has been prepared to guide the future regeneration of the Mayfield area. It supersedes the 2010 and 2014 SRF’s which were previously endorsed by the council. The Mayfield area will deliver a series of significant regeneration benefits, which in turn will help drive wider economic growth within the city centre and adjacent neighbourhoods.
The SRF area lies to the south of Fairfield Street in close proximity of Piccadilly railway station. The Mayfield area is bounded by Fairfield Street to the north; Temperance Street to the north-east; the Mancunian Way Ring Roads to the south and London Road to the west. The site extends to approximately 30 acres. The site proposes to capitalise on its existing assets: the Mayfield Depot; the River Medlock; and its gateway location at the heart of an extensive transport network, to become a destination for work, play and living for all.
The framework can be viewed on the City Council’s website at: