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LONDON-Wilson Bowden has signed a development agreement for its Kingsway Business Park in Rochdale, Manchester. The 420-acre site, next to the M62 motorway, will take 15 year to develop at a cost of £80 million ($120 million).

Wilson Bowden Developments has now agreed a development framework with its partners Northwest Development Agency, Rochdale Council, and the Rochdale Development Agency, enabling an early start on the mixed-use development.

Wilson Bowden Chief Executive, David Wilson, said: “Kingsway follows a fully comprehensive masterplan with outline planning permission for 3.3 million sf of mixed use space including 74 acres of new parkland and can accommodate industrial/ warehouse buildings of up to 1 million sf.”

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