Delivering proposals for phase one of revitalising Sale Town Centre for Maloneview has been a complex process. Since winning the design competition in 2015, our project team has creatively and collaboratively sought to develop a scheme that transforms and revitalises the existing retail environment. We are thrilled that our plans have been approved; the scheme will not only boost Sale’s credentials as a key shopping and leisure destination, it will also improve the town’s night time economy; and provide a much-needed gateway into the existing town centre from the south.
Our plans feature improved pedestrian legibility and connections provided through the introduction of extensive public realm, with new retail, bars and restaurants activating the ground floor, 184 apartments, 18 townhouses, a cinema and associated public and private car parking, all designed to make Sale Town Centre a great place to live, shop and entertain.
As a local Sale resident, I’m acutely aware of the need to regenerate the town centre and genuinely excited by the ambition of the client team, the scale of improvement the scheme will bring to the area and the benefits the development will generate for local residents and visitors to the town.
Mark Rebbeck, commercial director at Maloneview, said he was “delighted” with the decision. He added:
“Residents and the business community of Sale have also got behind the town centre regeneration.”