Get the latest property market news straight to your inbox Plans have been put forward for a small estate of affordable homes with ‘living roofs’ and electric vehicle charging points in east Manchester.
Manchester City Council aims to bring the brownfield site on Silk Street, in Newton Heath, back into use with the social housing development.
Generous-sized gardens, solar panels, living green roofs and electric vehicle charging points will all feature on the new estate of 69 homes - not far from Wing Yip Chinese superstore.
The properties will include 36 one-bedroom apartments, 16 of which will be available to over 55s. It also includes plans for 12 two-bedroom apartments, 17 three-bedroom houses and four four-bedroom houses.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk