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Mulbury to deliver £42 million worth of homes across North West of England

Cheshire-based developer Mulbury is to start work on six housing schemes in the North West of England worth around £42 million.

New homes are to be built in Caton, Weaste, and Lymm under its Mulbury Living brand, which specialises in homes for open market sale, while Mulbury’s affordable housing arm is set to start on 66 homes in Walton, 64 in Levenshulme and 46 in Gorton.

 

Mulbury also has over 900 homes at various stages of the planning process, which includes a mix of affordable housing, care schemes and open market residential. 

 

Greg Mulligan, a director at Mulbury, said: “This has been our busiest ever quarter for new site starts. These six latest schemes are all direct build projects where Mulbury is the main contractor.

 

“We have a strong project pipeline. We will be creating a number of new positions in construction management and in-house technical and commercial roles in the coming weeks to meet demand.”

 

The latest sites to get underway are:

* Walton, Liverpool: 66 new homes on a former hospital site on behalf of housing provider One Vision.
* Levenshulme, Manchester: 64 new homes on the former Atlas Engineering Works on behalf of housing provider One Manchester.
* Gorton, Manchester: 46 new homes on a brownfield site for Southway Housing Trust.
* Caton, Lancaster: 30 new homes for private sale by Mulbury Living in conjunction with Redwing Living.
* Weaste, Salford: 24 new homes on a brownfield site for private sale by Mulbury Living
* Lymm, Cheshire: Redevelopment of the former Farmers Arms public house in Lymm with 10 family homes for private sale by Mulbury Living.

 

The company also has a Mulbury City division, which specialises in investor-backed, mixed-used city centre PRS (private rented sector) developments.  It is currently developing major schemes at Port Street in the Northern Quarter and Blossom Street in Ancoats, with further projects in the planning stages.

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