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The Botanical Gardens, as the name suggests, is located close to the former site of Manchester’s Royal Botanical Gardens. The developer has used the historic gardens as inspiration to bring back greenery and a sense of community to the ever-evolving Trafford district of Manchester. The exquisite roof gardens and surrounding landscaping bring a splash of green across the changing skyline. In addition to the carefully landscaped grounds, The Botanical Gardens also make use of floor to ceiling windows providing the apartments with an excellent amount of natural light and expansive views across Manchester.
Trafford, a large metropolitan borough of Manchester, is already world famous as the home of Manchester United and the Old Trafford cricket ground. Furthermore, with the third largest shopping centre in the United Kingdom, there is already a lot to shout about in the area. Nevertheless, Trafford is currently undertaking millions of pounds worth of regeneration, through a master plan that is spanning over the next decade. From housebuilding to leisure centres, the regeneration project will completely transform Trafford. The enormous Civic Quarter regeneration scheme covers 120 acres and includes building a new leisure centre, improved public spaces, a new university campus, housing, office space, and upgraded cycling and pedestrian routes. They also include a new public piazza which would serve as a focal point for celebrations and events throughout the year. It will turn Trafford into a vibrant and sociable area for everyone in the borough to enjoy. For property investors, Trafford is bound to become a hotspot of investment opportunities. Furthermore, with transport services ever improving and a metro link only minutes away taking residents straight into Manchester City Centre the location has become an extremely popular tenant location.
There are also firm plans for a £1 billion mixed use regeneration scheme called Manchester Waters. Evolving over the next 20 years, the project will bring 3,000 new homes, local amenities, over 100,000 sq ft of amenity space and 850,000 sq ft of offices to the area. Works are set to commence in early 2022 and the development is estimated to create over 5,000 jobs and include a new primary school plus open spaces for residents, employees and visitors to live, work and play. The high-quality public space and landscaping with green and water corridors throughout the development will promote community in the area
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