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1 WELCOME TO THE EXHIBITION 1 Ford Lane Site reserved for the expansion of Beaver Road Primary School, Didsbury Sandhurst Road Simon Field High quality new homes, including conversion of existing Listed Buildings Didsbury Park Wilm sl o w R o a d site location INTRODUCTION WHO WE ARE The purpose of this public exhibition is to show you our draft proposals for the redevelopment of the former Manchester Metropolitan University campus, Didsbury. The proposals relate to the main campus site and the former Broomhurst Halls of residence. The exhibition has been organised to allow you to view the draft plans and to ask us any questions you may have. We are also keen to hear your views so please complete a feedback form before you leave. The proposals are brought forward by the P J Livesey Group who have been selected as preferred developers by Manchester Metropolitan University. Representatives from P J Livesey, the University and their technical team are here to answer any queries you may have. P J Livesey has appointed an experienced team of technical advisors to assess the site and develop the draft masterplan. The team includes the following members who are here today: HOW THE EXHIBITION WORKS The exhibition contains a series of boards which provide information on the background to the development plus further detail on the draft masterplan and technical issues. We would welcome your feedback on the proposals which you can provide today by completing a comment card or by contacting us by or phone. The Regeneration Framework Following the University s decision to vacate the Didsbury Campus as part of the wider consolidation of their Estate, a Regeneration Framework to guide the future development the site was worked up with Manchester City Council. The Framework was subject to consultation and approved by Manchester City Council Executive in January The Framework will be used by the Council to assess planning applications on the site. The Regeneration Framework promotes a comprehensive approach and permits a range of uses including residential, education, community and sports related development. HOW PLANNING Planning and Environmental Consultants who are advising P J Livesey and have organised this Exhibition. CALDERPEEL FGP Architects and Masterplanners who have designed the draft proposals and produced the images on these boards. ASHLEY HELME Transport Consultants advising on all highways and transportation matters. RYDER Ryder Landscape Consultants specialise in the preservation and development of historic landscapes. The exhibition shows our proposals for the development of the main campus site for high quality housing and an expanded primary school on the former Broomhurst site. The draft proposals are consistent with the Framework and have been developed in conjunction with the Council. The aim of the proposals is to ensure a high quality, well landscaped, development.

2 the sites & Surrounding area 2 Listed Buildings Collegiate hall - Grade II* Listed The chapel - Grade II Listed Wilmslow Road - Grade II Listed The Sites The aerial plan below illustrates the former campus comprising mainly previously developed land and is approximately 6.8ha (16.8 acres) in size. The site was historically operated by Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU), which vacated the site in The main campus site comprises a number of buildings associated with the former use, including listed buildings, which will be retained and converted for residential use as part of the redevelopment proposals. This part of the site is bounded by Wilmslow Road to the west and south, by Sandhurst Road to the north and existing residential properties to the east. The former Broomhurst site comprises the existing 7-storey former residential building, car parking, a small bungalow and amenity land to the rear. The site is bound by Wilmslow Road to the east, playing fields to the west and residential dwellings to the north and north west. It is proposed to submit a hybrid planning application, which will seek full and listed building consent for the main campus site and outline consent, with means of access, for the Broomhurst site. Didsbury Village A5145 Wilmslow Rd Didsbury Park A34 Sandhurst Rd Simon Field Surgery & Pharmacy Broomhurst East Didsbury Metrolink Didsbury Park Site A5145 Wilmslow Rd Kingsway Cricket Club Fletcher Moss Tower Business Park East Didsbury Station Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre The Surrounding Area The site is located approximately 7km south of the City Centre, close to the centre of Didsbury, one of Manchester s prime suburban residential neighbourhoods. Didsbury village offers a wide range of shops, restaurants and amenities. The Campus is also close to areas of open space and recreational facilities including Didsbury Park and Fletcher Moss Park and Didsbury Cricket Club. To the immediate south is Towers Business Park and less than 1 km to the east is the Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre, East Didsbury Station and the Metro Station and Park and Ride.

3 DEVELOPING the proposals 3 AECOM masterplan study / Regeneration framework ACCESS AND MOVEMENT URBAN STRUCTURE URBAN GRAIN Key Site Opportunities: Key Site Constraints: LOCATION & SCALE Prominent location in the heart of one of the most desirable, high value, vibrant and sustainable parts of the city. Quality new housing within a mature landscape in a distinctive environment with schools and parks. A PLACE WITHIN A PLACE The 2 sites have a unique character and evocative history, standing within one of the most distinctive parts of South Manchester. The immediate surroundings have a strong sense of place, recognised by designation as a Conservation Area. Development should retain its integrity, yet feel part of Didsbury. DESIGN EXCELLENCE Design and construction quality. SPATIAL CONSTRAINTS Listed Buildings & Heritage The main site is at the heart of the Didsbury St. James Conservation Area. Development proposals will meet associated planning policy provisions, ensuring that the character and integrity of the Conservation Area is preserved and enhanced. Existing Trees There are over 150 trees across the sites, the Conservation Area status ensure protection of these trees. They are an integral part of the existing character and distinctiveness of the site and local area. ACCESS & TRAFFIC IMPACT Initial studies demonstrate that the vehicle movements associated with its current use as a student teaching facility will be very much reduced as a residential scheme of circa 85 units and school. Attention to detail in buildings, spaces and materials. Getting the right balance between a conservative / conservationist approach and a bolder, more contemporary approach. COMMUNITY ELEMENTS The Broomhurst site offers great potential to deliver a primary school assisting the overwhelming demand for Primary school places in this part of Manchester. EDGE CONDITIONS & RESIDENTIAL AMENITY A number of existing houses are also listed building properties situated within close proximity of the site boundary. The development will ensure that development control requirements are maintained and that amenity and privacy can be protected. The proposals can secure land for playing pitches and amenity spaces at Simons Playing field.

4 DEVELOPMENT 4 PRINCIPLES Land Use car parking OUR VISION Didsbury Campus aligns itself with the vision of the City Council, MMU and the local community. A unique opportunity which cannot be compromised and demands the right approach. Individual and varied house design avoids the estate feel. OUR APPROACH Starting with the heritage assets and landscape as the most important elements. High quality residential development within a parkland setting, status given to the heritage assets, creating a new in the market. The current proposal intends to house all resident car parking for the main building in an undercroft arrangement below the courtyard of the main building, avoiding any surface car parking in the immediate vicinity with the exception of visitor parking to one side. Key to the proposals is that there will be no car parking between Wilmslow Road and the main listed buildings enhancing their parkland setting. Collegiate Square is a landscaped square free of cars. All associated cars are parked in courtyards of the main square. Where ever possible cars and carparks (The Chapel) will be contained by hedge and shrub planting to reduce their visibility. Trees both existing and new are protected from cars parking in close proximity. Heritage Assets PJ Livesey has excellent working relationships with English Heritage, SAVE, SPAB, the Victorian Society, the Georgian Group, and other national and local conservation bodies. PJ Livesey developments provide the most sustainable and viable solutions to secure the long term future of landmark buildings and historic landscapes. The proposal provides a carefully developed design solution to maintain the integrity of the property and surroundings, with bespoke architecture and sensitive conversion of complex and delicate buildings. PJ Livesey unrivaled experience in this specialist field allows us to work coherently, sensitively, and on a well-informed basis, to bring these important heritage assets back into viable and sustainable uses. Landscaping / Public Realm Key principle is to maintain and enhance the mature landscape asset that exists. Shared surface street with no formal separation between car, bike and pedestrian and where minimum road markings are used creating an informal environment where the car is no longer the dominant factor. Trees situated along Wilmslow Road, the boundary with Didsbury Park and those around the listed buildings are not to be removed. The proposals create a number of new open green areas centred around existing individual trees and tree groups including a new landscaped square. Connectivity MAIN ACCESS The existing main access to the campus adjacent to the lodge on Wilmslow Road will remain the primary access to the listed buildings and the majority of the new build homes. Other existing accesses to the site from Wilmslow Road to Sandhurst Road have been retained and reduced to create private roads serving a maximum of eight dwellings. New streets have been divided between primary and secondary routes. PRIMARY ACCESS ROUTE Will be tree and hedge lined with substantial grass verges to create an initial sense of formality and prestige when entering the site and navigating around it. They will be surfaced in naturally toned materials such as resin bound gravel with minimal kerb up stands enhancing the sites parkland character. There is a parkland spine running through the development, from the main entrance of Wilmslow Road to Towers Close. SECONDARY ACCESS ROUTES Clusters of houses are to be surfaced in natural materials such as cobbles or granite setts distinguishing them from the primary routes. All of the routes proposed are designed to be shared between pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles. New links for pedestrians and cyclists will be created linking Didsbury Park to Fletcher Moss Park, and the Towers Business Park and public transport options with Didsbury village. Pedestrian permeability through the site will be maintained and encouraged, utilising both new and density routes.

5 FORMER MMU CAMPUS: RESIDENTIAL 5 Masterplan SANDHURST ROAD Church Grove COLLEGE CLOSE 9 COLLEGIATE HALL 10 COLLEGIATE MEWS DIDSBURY SQUARE DIDSBURY PARK 19 THE CHAPEL THE CRESCENT 34 CHAPEL MEWS TOWERS CLOSE W I L M S L O W STENNER MEWS 32 THE GROVE DIDSBURY HOTEL R O A D 43 - New Build Homes 45 - Conversions in Collegiate Hall, Chapel, Lodge & 801 / 803 Wilmslow Road

6 LANDSCAPE and Trees 6 Approach 1. Protect the existing trees, their root protection areas and enhance tree lines where possible. 2. Retain and enhance the existing parkland character. 3. Create a unique identify across the site with a distinctive character. 4. Reinstate a verdant, open feel to the site drawing hard landscape away from the listed buildings. 5. Create informal shared surface streets. 6. Use bespoke consistence materials to establish a hierarchy of routes throughout the site. 7. Create an attractive high profile gateway of Wilmslow Road. Trees Inevitably there are a limited number of existing trees that this proposal recommends be removed in order to achieve the most suitable development proposal for the site. Trees to be removed are located within the site away from key site lines and individually do not contribute significantly to the site character. This replacement tree planting along with proposals for significant new tree planting will establish a new generation of trees and tree structure across the site not only contributing to the sites parkland character but also helping maintain it into the future. The above has been achieved through the development of a hierarchical approach to the landscape proposals. Landscape elements such as trees, hedges, swales, surface materials and garden boundary treatments have been divided into primary and secondary elements. Primary elements will focus on protecting existing trees, retaining and enhancing the sites parkland character, transforming the setting of the listed buildings and developing a distinctive holistic character across the site. Access Routes The new streets within the development will be shared surface and have been divided between primary and secondary routes. Houses The masterplan has been developed so that the majority of back gardens take advantage of a south or south west aspect. All have a private back garden and the majority a private front. Some properties, located around courtyards, have a shared space to the front designed to accommodate cars, cyclists and pedestrians and to be used collectively by the residents of those house that front them. There are approximately 135 existing individual trees and tree groups on the site. The development proposes the removal of 20 individual trees and tree groups the majority of which are classified as category C. There are approximately 130 new trees proposed across the site within public areas and private gardens.

7 FORMER MMU CAMPUS: RESIDENTIAL 7 Residential New Build A variety of styles and sizes are the result of extensive research into the local and south Manchester housing market. A range of property types are proposed within the listed buildings and new build that will not only provide a range of properties currently scarce in the local market, but which will attract residents from areas outside of the city of Manchester whom have no choice but to search further afield at present to find their ideal home. Each new home will ultimately be designed for its own specific location. Landscape design has been used to enforce the individual identity of each pocket of the development to create desirable wellappointed gardens and public realm and at the same time retaining the parkland feel bedroom 3 CROSS SECTION bedroom 2 bedroom 3 kitchen bedroom utility bathroom dressing +3.0 PROPOSED GROUND FLOOR PLAN 860 sqft TOTAL: 1,940 SQFT PROPOSED FIRST FLOOR PLAN 711 sqft PROPOSED SECOND FLOOR PLAN 369 sqft bedroom 2 bedroom 3 kitchen bedroom utility bathroom balcony dressing kitchen +3.0 media / play room master bedroom 05 dog shower main living space wc utility / cloaks boots / dog bins linen / laundry bedroom 04 breakfast terrace extendable hall study dressing PROPOSED GROUND FLOOR PLAN 860 sqft double PROPOSED FIRST heightfloor PLAN entrance 711 sqft PROPOSED SECOND FLOOR PLAN 369 sqft bedroom 02 void bedroom 03 TOTAL: 1,940 SQFT PROPOSED GROUND FLOOR PLAN (ex. GARAGE) 1,706 sqft TOTAL: 3,185 SQFT PROPOSED FIRST FLOOR PLAN 1,479 sqft TOTAL: 3,185 SQFT balcony bedroom 2 bedroom 3 kitchen +1.5 kitchen bedroom 4 media / play room +4.5 master bedroom 05 utility bathroom dog shower dressing main living space wc utility / cloaks boots / dog bins linen / laundry bedroom breakfast terrace extendable hall study dressing double height entrance bedroom 02 void bedroom 03 INDICATIVE HOUSE TYPE FOR STENNER MEWS CIRCA 1900 SQ FT PROPOSED GROUND FLOOR PLAN 860 sqft TOTAL: 1,940 SQFT INDICATIVE HOUSE TYPE FOR COLLEGIATE SQUARE CIRCA 1950 SQ FT PROPOSED FIRST FLOOR PLAN 711 sqft 1,706 sqft TOTAL: 3,185 SQFT PROPOSED GROUND FLOOR PLAN (ex. GARAGE) PROPOSED SECOND FLOOR PLAN 369 sqft INDICATIVE HOUSE TYPE OFF SANDHURST ROAD CIRCA 3200 SQ FT PROPOSED FIRST FLOOR PLAN 1,479 sqft TOTAL: 3,185 SQFT

8 FORMER MMU CAMPUS: RESIDENTIAL CONVERSION 8 Main building The Chapel The building is rightly considered to have a high of significance, and is listed Grade 11*. The principal (west) facade retains its original (1790) domestic character, in marked contrast to the later Cl9th additions, which create distinctive areas within the building. The original Georgian stair and hallway is an important space within the heart of the listed building. The intention is to create four bedroom vertically divided houses over three floors, each with a small garden and upper roof terrace. Where this is not practicable at each end of the north, east and south wings, the corner spaces will be converted into two bedroom apartments with roof terraces. The inner roofs of these quadrangle wings will be altered to create roof terraces which, because of existing parapets, will not be visible from any viewpoint around the site. They will therefore have no impact on the external appearance of this important heritage building. The sensitive conversion of the former Chapel will provide an attractive mix of townhouses and apartments, whilst respecting the historic fabric and original layout of the building. The north and south corners, originally Tutors houses, will be reinstated to form two townhouses with their own entrances. Existing doors will be re-used to create well-balanced double-fronted properties with their own private garden spaces. Our proposals suggest conversion to eight new apartments, ac cessed from the main entrance in the north facade. On the existing ground floor we will create four apartments, and with the insertion of a new floor at the upper four further apart ments. This approach will respect and retain intact both the principal windows and the vaulted celling. Recent Projects Recent Projects SECOND FLOOR SECOND FLOOR FIRST FLOOR FIRST FLOOR GROUND FLOOR GROUND FLOOR

9 FORMER BROOMHURST HALLS OF RESIDENCE: 9 School Proposals PRIMARY SCHOOL EXPANSION The Regeneration Framework permits a range of uses on the former halls of residence site including residential and education use. INDICATIVE SITE SECTION Following discussions with Manchester City Council (MCC) it has been agreed that this site will be reserved and brought forward for expanded primary school provision for Didsbury. MCC has confirmed that the site will be for the expansion of Beaver Road Primary School. The application will seek outline permission for the school, including means of access. All other matters such as detailed design and appearance of the building and landscaping will be reserved for a future planning application. The sketches and drawings are for indicative purposes only and give an indication of the location and layout of the school and how this could be landscaped. The design and scale of the school allows for reception and infant classes and the other facilities including ample staff and visitor parking. As this element of the scheme is being applied for in outline, it will give the school and City Council the flexibility they need in producing the detailed reserved matters scheme. Lower Ground Ground First INDICATIVE FLOOR PLANS For example the outline application will provide design parameters which would allow a building of up to 3 storeys and capable of accommodating 3 form entry. SIMON FIELD Simon Field is owned by Manchester Metropolitan University and is largely unusable due to water-logging. The City Council has confirmed it would like to see this land secured and maintained as playing fields for sport and recreational use that will directly benefit the local community. Initial discussions have been held with the Didsbury Playing Fields Association regarding the future use and maintenance of this part of Simon Field as a mechanism to assist in securing its future as a community sport and recreation asset. Such an arrangement would need to be subject to a Community Use Agreement between MCC, MMU and Didsbury Playing Field Association. It is therefore proposed that the playing field will be retained and taken forward for community use which will be of major sporting and recreation benefit to the local area and community. INDICATIVE SITE PLAN

10 KEY BENEFITS OF THE PROPOSALS 10 Benefits The proposed development will bring about a range of benefits as summarised below; The development will regenerate new vacant and previously developed sites, in a highly sustainable location. New houses will add to the existing residential provision and be well integrated with the surrounding area. This will also help to enhance the local housing offer in Didsbury. The development will secure the future of several listed buildings through sensitive, high quality conversion. Various job opportunities will arise from the construction which will provide training and apprenticeship opportunities for the local area. New residents of the development will increase spending in the local area helping to provide a significant boost to local services and businesses. Provision of land to allow the expansion of Beaver Road Primary School. Playing fields will be secured for the benefit of the local community, Didsbury Rugby Club and the Primary School. Next Steps and Timescales PROVIDING FEEDBACK Thank you for taking the time to view our exhibition. Should you have any queries on any aspect of the scheme please speak to a member of the project team. Your views on the proposals are of great importance to us so please complete a comments form and deposit it in the comments box before you leave. Alternatively, you may view the proposals in your own time and leave comments online on HOW Planning s Website (www.howplanning.com) by following the link labelled Current Consultations. OUTLINE PROGRAMME Following this public exhibition, the project team will be carefully reviewing all comments reviewed and we will use these to improve the proposals where possible. Once this process has been completed, it is anticipated that a hybrid planning application including an environmental statement will be submitted to Manchester City Council early in the new year. This application will seek full planning permission for the residential redevelopment of the main campus site, and outline permission for the school site including means of access. The application will be supported by a number of technical documents, including an environmental statement and a document that will summarise all the comments made during this consultation.

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