Hydrock has supported Peel, who are in partnership with X1 Developments, to secure planning permission for phase two of the Manchester Waters residential development.
Hydrock’s acoustics team has delivered noise and vibration assessments to support the successful planning submission, with a particular focus on understanding and mitigating the noise impact on this residential scheme from the adjacent railway line.
The team continues to be engaged in the acoustic design of the residential units.
Phase two consists of three blocks of residential accommodation which will consist of approximately 526 high-quality apartments in a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments and studios. Two other blocks, phase one, are currently under construction. Manchester Waters as a whole benefitted from an existing planning permission, and the plans have now been refreshed to achieve a higher quality development across the whole site.
Designed by architects, Falconer Chester Hall, the three new buildings follow a similar design to phase one, with a visual design influenced by their prominent canal-side setting. The blocks step up in height from the Salford Quays end of the islands and total 15,17 and 19 storeys.
Image courtesy of Falconer Chester Hall