Where industry, education and community come together to shape the future of Salford

Delivered by
ECF
Location
Salford
Use
Independent Retail / Residential / Affordable / Build to Rent / Civic & Community / Education / Heritage / Homes / Infrastructure / Leisure / Mixed Use / Office / Public Space / Retail

Shaping the future

Crescent will continue the renaissance of Salford by building on its successes and bringing forward a new £2.5bn, 240-acre city district. The aim is to improve homes, lives and communities across Salford and beyond.

Salford rising

Through delivery of the Crescent masterplan we’ll create up to 7,000 full-time jobs, an innovation district to spearhead growth for the region, opportunities to drive prosperity through our actions to benefit the Salford community, biodiversity net gain, high-quality green spaces with 1000 new trees and two million sq ft of high-quality public space for everyone to enjoy.

Connecting people and places

Crescent will also create a transport hub, with safe, accessible routes throughout the wider Salford area. Sustainable travel is at the heart of every project and design decision.

In numbers

£billion

Value

Full time jobs

Acres

New trees

Partners

Crescent is being delivered by ECF in Partnership with Salford City Council and University of Salford. ECF is our long-term, strategic joint venture with Homes England and Legal & General.

Our Partners

Location

Crescent, Salford

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