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Stride Treglown reveals Manchester office plans

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AJ100 practice Stride Treglown has submitted plans for this new office building in the heart of Manchester’s St John’s Quarter commercial district

Backed by West Midlands Pension Fund, the 41,000 m2 scheme on the city centre site in Quay Street features three blocks which step down from 16 storeys to 8 storeys.

The proposals will replace Astley and Byrom House designed by Manchester’s Leach Rhodes Walker in 1959 and 1965 respectively.

Project data

Architects: Stride Treglown
Location: Quay St, Manchester
Type Of Project: Grade A commercial offices
Structural Engineers: WSP
Project Architect: David Bingham
Client: West Midland Pension Fund
Gross internal floor area: 41,000 m2 
M&E consultant: Waterman Building Services
Project Manager: Gleeds
Quantity surveyor: Sweett Group
Planning supervisor: Gleeds



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