A Salford pub which has stood empty for two years has been brought back to life and transformed into much-needed affordable homes.
Last orders were called at The Star Inn on Liverpool Road in Eccles in 2016 leaving an eyesore in the town centre.
The abandoned building has now been given a new lease of life and been converted into six modern, one and two-bedroom affordable apartments for local people in housing need.
For this project, we worked in partnership with Salford Council and Paul Hacking Building Contractors. The project was awarded £102,000 from the Homes England Empty Homes Funding programme.
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