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Manchester river park

Monday 12 March 2018

A brand new 'river park' could run all the way from Manchester city centre to Heaton Park.

The waterside route, one of several currently planned by the town hall, would stretch from NOMA - Co-op’s major development in the city centre, off Rochdale Road - through Angel Meadows, Sandhills, Collyhurst and Queen's Park, around the River Irk.
It forms part of the council’s long-term vision for 15,000 new homes in north Manchester, many of them ‘affordable’ or for social rent, in a series of new linked neighborhoods through the river valley.The river valley provides a unique opportunity for the development of a linear city river park and green routes connecting from NOMA and Angel Meadow on the edge of the city centre through to Queen’s Park to the north and ultimately onwards towards Heaton Park, with links running through Sandhills to Collyhurst Village Park
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