NOMA Transforms North Manchester

In the north of the city and behind Shudehill is the largest development in North-West England. The NOMA development is transforming this part of the city bringing life and character to a part of the city that had slowly deteriorated. The 20 acre area of land is owned by the Co-Operative Group and Hermes Real Estate and is undergoing a £800 million redevelopment, introducing mixed used residential, commercial, retail and event space into the area.

This part of Manchester has played a key role in the city’s industrial history through its connection with the Co-Operative Group. The plan is to revitalise the area, drawing upon this important history, as well as introducing state of the art new buildings. This has already begun with the building of One Angel Square – the new Co-Operative building that is one of the Europe’s most sustainable buildings.

NOMA is also home to one of Manchester’s latest open air venues, Sadler’s Yard. A monthly food and beer fair, GRUBB, has started operating from here and there are set to be many other food, beer and entertainment events coming here in the near future.

This part of the city is set to become one of the most vibrant areas of Manchester – keep your eye out for progress by visiting the NOMA website or following them on social media.


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