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With plans approved by Trafford Council, Trafford Waters is set to become one of the UK’s most exciting new mixed-use, sustainable and vibrant urban neighbourhoods in the heart of TraffordCity.

The £1 billion scheme, which will evolve over the next 20 years, will bring 3,000 new homes, local amenities, over 100,000 sq ft of amenity space and 850,000 sq ft of offices to the area. With works set to commence in 2021, the development is estimated to create over 5,000 jobs and include a new primary school plus open spaces for residents, employees and visitors to live, work and play. The high-quality public space and landscaping with green and water corridors throughout the development will promote community in the area and create areas to relax and spend time with loved ones.

Trafford Waters benefits from excellent communication links via the adjacent M60 /M62 Motorway links, a bus terminal at The Trafford Centre and the new Trafford Park Metrolink line, connecting TraffordCity and its attractions to the rest of the city region.

Key facts


New homes

sq ft

Mixed use commercial and retail space

63 acres

Spanning 63 acres

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