1 January 2013
Brand New Bridge
A stunning 44m footbridge linking Salford to Spinningfields, Manchester has opened, allowing thousands of people better access from Salford station on a daily basis.
Funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Allied London, the lead developer and Salford City Council, the sleek new footbridge is the latest part of the Irwell River Park Programme, providing a direct gateway between the New Bailey area of Salford Central and Leftbank in Spinningfields.
This is the third of five new proposed bridge connections across the Irwell and is a vital piece in the Irwell River Park jigsaw that will transform the day to day workings of Salford, Manchester and Trafford’s unique waterway.
01 February 2013
Financed by Pramerica, Allied London chief executive takes full control of Spinningfields as Delancey bows out
Developer Michael Ingall has led a management buyout that allows Allied London to take control of its Manchester development pipeline and forges a relationship with a new lending partner.
25 July 2012
Plans to revitalise an ailing Leeds city centre waterside development have been officially unveiled by developers.
26 July 2012
Mike Ingall's Allied London yesterday revealed its masterplan for a major overhaul of Clarence Dock in Leeds, which is to be rebranded as New Dock.
16 May 2012
A design agency backed by rock star Peter Gabriel is to take space at the new Tower 12 in Manchester's Spinningfields.
22 March 2012
Mike Ingall on the next chapter for Manchester's thriving business district
7 March 2012
MIPIM 2012: Michael Ingall's Allied London has revealed plans for a new £14m building at Manchester'sSpinningfields estate.
The developer plans to build a 160,000 sq ft, seven-storey office building, to be known as i+.
7 March 2012
Allied London yesterday unveiled plans for the next major new building at Spinningfields - a utilitarian, seven-storey concrete box branded as i+.
30 January 2012
On Sunday a 44m footbridge linking Salford to Manchester was hauled into place over the River Irwell using a 1,000 tonne crane and state-of-the-art lifting equipment.
5 January 2012
Allied London has bought an underperforming Leeds mixed-use scheme, and has drawn up plans to drastically turn around its fortunes.