In 2006, Salford City Council and Legendary Property Company Living (LPC) signed up to the Ordsall Development Framework (produced in 2004), securing a partnership commitment to regenerating an area totalling almost 73 hectares.
Since then, regeneration activity has progressed at an astounding rate and the population of Ordsall ward as a whole increased by 111% over the period 2001 to 2011. Ordsall is now the fastest growing neighbourhood across the city.
Progress to date
More than 500 new homes have been created, supported by a new primary school (Primrose Hill) and children's centre.
The initial phase of a £50 million mixed use scheme at Radclyffe Park was also completed in 2011, providing much needed health, retail and leisure facilities and housing.
The recreation offer has been strengthened through improvements to Monmouth Park.
Salford's visitor offer has been revitalised through the award winning refurbishment of Ordsall Hall and the opening of a new 156 bed Travelodge on Trafford Road.
This positive momentum of change will be maintained through the delivery of a further 400 new homes in the area across a number of sites, the redevelopment of Ordsall District Centre and the provision of a range of new community facilities and environmental improvements, including new allotments and a new public square at Hulton Square.
- Summary of Development Framework for Ordsall, 2004 (Adobe PDF format, 432kb)
- Updated Development Framework Drawing, March 2007 (Adobe PDF format, 2.2mb)
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This page was last updated on 28 March 2014