Manchester property accountants can help you to identify the areas that might benefit from investment under the recently announced ‘airport windfall’.
This is an influx of cash into Manchester City Council’s clean city fund, provided by the authority’s stake in Manchester Airport.
Much of the one-off extra airport dividend this year comes via Manchester Airport Holdings’ purchase of Stansted Airport.
It will be used to improve environmental conditions in certain areas, in ways that will not create ongoing costs such as increased staffing levels.
Councillor Rosa Battle, Manchester City Council’s executive member for culture and leisure, said: “These projects are exactly what the clean city fund was set up for.
“They will improve neighbourhoods across the city, creating green spaces and town centres which people can enjoy, take pride in and feel genuinely part of.”
Manchester property accountants can help you if you are interested in buying in any of the involved areas, in the hope of an increase in house prices in the near future.
Northenden high street is one area due to receive funds for regeneration, with new floral displays maintained by volunteers; Southlea Gardens in Burnage will be turned into a green area for young people to study nature; and six hectares of Brookdale Park in Newton Heath are to be turned into a flower meadow.