Hodder Associates' £9 million office scheme is to go in front of Manchester City Council's planning committee in the new year. The 7,000m 2project will sit between two conservation areas and requires the demolition of two listed buildings. It has won the backing of local council planners but is yet to gain the support of local heritage groups.
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