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Quay House Transformation


A landmark building in Salford- empty for nearly a quarter of a century - has been transformed into 41 new affordable flats.
Quay House, previously the old Employment Services Centre located on Trafford Road in Ordsall, has been brought back to life and converted into a stunning apartment block.
The building, which has remained empty since it was targeted during the notorious Salford summer riots in 1992 has been completely redesigned and modernised, providing much needed affordable one and two bedroom homes in Salford.
The regeneration project was partially funded through Empty Homes Funding from the Homes and Communities Agency.

Media Coverage

"Historic Salford building transformed after standing empty for 25 years"

24 Housing, 27/07/17

"Apartments conversion at historic Quay House complete"

The Business Desk, 26/07/17

"Historic Salford building transformed after standing empty for 25 years"

About Manchester 26/07/17