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Location Northwest | L&G awaits green light for Ralli Quay’s inspection

EPR Architects has designed the scheme. Credit: via planning documents

Dan Whelan

Plans to demolish the 80,000 m2 HMRC office complex on Stanley Street in Salford to create a newly built 212,000 m2 office and a 280-room hotel are to be approved next week.

Subject to planning approval, Legal & General’s investment arm LGIM plans to overthrow Ralli Quays when HMRC employees move to the 157,000 m2 Three New Bailey later this year.

Ralli Quays was built in the early 1990s and is located on the opposite side of the Irwell River from Spinningfields

The redevelopment of the site would create a 16-story hotel and a 12-story office building.

Part of the Salford Central Master Plan is designed by EPR Architects. The broader master plan, which includes the New Bailey Commercial District, is provided by the English Cities Fund – a joint venture between Legal & General, Homes England and Muse Developments. Legal & General develops Ralli Quays alone.

The Ralli Quays project team includes Turner & Townsend as project manager, DPP Planning Services as planning consultant, Walker Sime as quantity inspector and Hannan Associates as service and acoustics consultant.

Clancy Consulting is a civil engineer, WSP is a consultant on transport and Hyland Edgar Driver is a landscape architect.

Salford City Council is asking for a contribution of £ 552,560 for improvements to the public area as a condition of approval.

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