Carried out a bit of construction site photography as work on the huge Didsbury Technology Park in Manchester has started.

Bruntwood, Siemens, PJ Livesey and Manchester City Council have formed a strategic partnership to bring the project forward, with the development earmarked for nine acres of the Siemens Campus at West Didsbury.

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L to R – Examing the site of the new Didsbury Technology Park – Robin Phillips, Siemens Manchester; Craig Lynch, PJ Livesey Group; Sir Richard Leese, MCC and Richard Burgess, Brentwood.

The first phase – which is due to complete by the first quarter of 2019 – will comprise 20,000 sq ft of grade A office space and 92 homes.  Upon completion, the wider site will provide more than 155,000sq ft of commercial workspace across three buildings, as well as a multi-storey car park. It will sit alongside the existing Sir William Siemens House and the £65m Spire Manchester Hospital.

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The development next to the prominent Sir William Siemens House will eventually include four buildings. The second phase includes a five-storey office, offering 75,000 sq ft of space, alongside a 426-space multi-storey car park adjacent to the phase one office.


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