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We are an evolving city

TraffordCity is evolving and is entering a period of development on a breadth and scale not seen since The Trafford Centre was built over 20 years. Over the next three years TraffordCity will be boosted by approximately £350 million of investment with a total £2.6 billion over the next 20 years.

Future investment: Space to grow

TraffordCity has space to grow and thrive with 3.5 million sq ft delivered and 3.5 million sq ft to expand into.

In total, 4.8 million sq ft of commercial floorspace has been delivered with over 50% of this within the The Trafford Centre and its extended Barton Square Development which will include more retail stores.

Over the longer term, it is anticipated that a further 11 million sq ft of floorspace will be delivered totalling 15.8 million sq ft.

What's coming...

£350m of investment over the next three years

The creation of Therme Manchester will bring an accessible, yet world-class health and wellbeing attraction to the people of Greater Manchester and beyond. It will transform TraffordCity, bring fantastic employment opportunities as well as bolster the regional economy including tourism and be a key contributor to the Northern Powerhouse

James Whittaker,

Peel L&P Group Development Director

More to discover...

American Golf store

News | 30 Mar

American Golf to open £650k high-tech ‘superstore’ in TraffordCity

American Golf to open £650k high-tech ‘superstore’ in TraffordCity

Europe’s largest golf retailer, American Golf, will open the UK’s most high tech golf store at Trafford Golf Centre, TraffordCity, when non-essential retail re-opens to the public on April 12th.

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Therme interior image

News | 26 Feb

Planning approved for Therme Manchester

Planning approved for Therme Manchester

Therme Group to build UK’s first city-based wellbeing resort in Manchester

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Port Salford

Blog | 24 Feb

Port Salford: The UK’s first tri-modal inland waterway port

Port Salford: The UK’s first tri-modal inland waterway port

Port Salford at TraffordCity is proposed to be the UK’s first tri-modal inland waterway port which will be served by ship, rail and road.

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Bridgewater Way cycle and walking path

News | 14 Feb

£3.2 million scheme to improve sustainable travel to RHS Garden Bridgewater

£3.2 million scheme to improve sustainable travel to RHS Garden Bridgewater

Work has started on a scheme to improve walking and cycling links between RHS Garden Bridgewater in Worsley, TraffordCity and other local facilities.

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Wave Garden Modern Surf plans submitted at TraffordCity

News | 2 Feb

Consultation launched for £60 million inland surf centre coming to TraffordCity

Consultation launched for £60 million inland surf centre coming to TraffordCity

McKinney Group wants to know what YOU think of its plans to bring the region’s first inland surf complex to TraffordCity

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TraffordCity from the air

Blog | 17 Dec

Reflecting on 2020 – a year of investment, development & change in TraffordCity

Reflecting on 2020 – a year of investment, development & change in TraffordCity

We take a look back over the past 12 months to reflect on the change, development and investment in the area.

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Surfer in wetsuit on wave

News | 7 Dec

£60 million Surf Park called Modern Surf coming to Greater Manchester

£60 million Surf Park called Modern Surf coming to Greater Manchester

TraffordCity is set to become home to the region’s first surfing lagoon

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Diamond Buses

News | 13 Oct '20

New and improved buses are coming to TraffordCity

New and improved buses are coming to TraffordCity

Diamond Buses are delivering an enhanced bus service to TraffordCity opening up opportunities for new employment, shopping and leisure trips.

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Trafford Golf Centre

News | 26 Aug '20

Trafford Golf Centre continues to soar amid testing times for visitor attractions

Trafford Golf Centre continues to soar amid testing times for visitor attractions

The UK’s busiest driving range, Trafford Golf Centre continues to defy the slide in visitor attraction numbers

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