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Stephenson Bell has submitted a detailed planning application to Manchester City Council to refurbish the city's historic Market Buildings and former Smithfield fish market in the Northern Quarter and build a new 'bookend' building to be called Home. The scheme for developer Ician, which is working on the Smithfield site in the city's Northern Quarter, includes 2,700m 2of commercial space and 72 residential units.

Ician has appointed a group of six architects practices, Design 01, to work on the area and to provide an element of 'variety'. Design 01 consists of Hodder Associates, BDP, Sagar Stevenson, Mills Beaumont Leavey Channon, Stephenson Bell and Chapman Robinson.

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