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Disused Dockland to Media Melting-Pot ΓÇô The Changing Face of Salford Quays

Disused Dockland to Media Melting-Pot ΓÇô The Changing Face of Salford Quays

Salford Quays has been transformed from a memory of the North WestΓÇÖs industrial past into an incredible example of just what urban regeneration can achieve. Now the home of MediaCityUK, retail outlets and prestigious office space, we explore its journey from derelict dockland to media melting-pot.

Beginning its life as Salford Docks in 1894, the article explains how the site rose to become BritainΓÇÖs third biggest port before declining in the 1970ΓÇÖs and eventually closing in 1982. Following this closure the site was purchased by Salford City Council and rebranded Salford Quays ΓÇô marking the start of its transformation into the ΓÇ£DocklandsΓÇ¥ of the north.

The article from officebroker.com, who advertise a range of serviced offices in both Salford Quays and the surrounding area, explores the changing face of the waterside development and the milestones that would appear to position the development for continued success.

To read the article in full – follow the link below.

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