The £3.2million sale of two areas of land in the Salford area of Seedly has been agreed, creating new
opportunities for Manchester property investment. The purchase, by Salix Homes and developer
Step Places, will transform 3.8 acres of disused land into a thriving new community.
157 New Homes
The project is called ‘Neighbourhood’ and will bring 157 new, eco-friendly homes to the popular
Greater Manchester district of Salford.
66 of these two, three, and four-bedroom houses will be available for outright sale, including as a
Manchester property investment. The remaining 91 homes will be reserved for social housing,
affordable rent and shared ownership.
Neighbourhood will feature cycle storage and electric vehicle charging points, as well as a public
green space at its centre. Some properties also benefit from rooftop gardens for private outdoor
Access to such outdoor areas has never been more important for a Manchester property
investment. Following multiple lockdowns during the coronavirus pandemic, tenants now list it as
one of their main requirements for a home.
A Vibrant Community
The 157 homes are much needed in this sought-after area of Manchester. The scheme will breathe
new life into brownfield land that has stood vacant since the housing that previously stood there
was demolished in 2008.
Sue Sutton, the Chief Executive of Salix Homes, said, “Neighbourhood has been purposefully
designed to combine innovative architecture and contemporary living to create a vibrant and
aspirational community of modern, high-quality and energy efficient homes that will complement
the wider regeneration taking place across the city.”
Harinder Dhaliwal, Managing Director at Step Places, added, “We are looking forward to creating a
vibrant and sustainable community which, by design, allows its residents to be kinder to the
The first site to become part of Neighbourhood is bordered by Salford’s Alexander Street to the
north and Liverpool Street to south. The second site sits in the middle of Greenland Street to the
north, Kara Street to the south, with Harmsworth Street running through the centre.
A Track Record Of Transformational Projects
Salix Homes recently led the transformation of another disused part of Salford, that of Fitzwarren
Court. This state-of-the-art modernisation saved the building from demolition and created a new
Manchester property investment opportunity that will leave a lasting legacy within Salford.
To find out more about making a Manchester property investment in the thriving area of Salford, get
in touch with North Property Group today.