New Home Developments in Manchester, North West & Yorkshire

Take a look at some of our latest home developments in the Manchester, North West and Yorkshire area, and find your dream home. We have a variety of home sizes to suit all of your needs, and our team will be with you to help you throughout the journey to home ownership. 

Latest developments

Francis Place Development, Walkden

Hill Top Road, Walkden, Worsley, Manchester, UK

Our next phase is now available, enquire now! Fantastic 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes Available for Shared Ownership

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Centurion Village Development, Leyland

Centurion Village, Albion Road, Leyland, UK

Further homes are now available, register your interest now! Prices from £55,000 with 25% Shared Ownership Allocated off-road parking spaces

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Crosby Mews Development, Walkden

Crompton Street, Walkden, Worsley, Manchester, UK

Register your interest, homes launching in Summer 2024! Fantastic 2 & 3 bedroom homes Available for Shared Ownership

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Why Move to Manchester?

Manchester is a cultural hub for the north of England with many notable art galleries and museums, two world famous football teams, a vibrant nightlife and a host of fantastic bars and restaurants. The Northern Quarter of Manchester also promises a range of vintage shops that are unlike any other city, and eateries to write home about.

Manchester was voted the most liveable city in the UK in 2021 by the Economist’s Global Liveability Index. With over 50 schools rated as outstanding by Ofsted, the extensive entertainment scene includes the The Palace Theatre and the Manchester Opera House, is it any wonder people from all over the UK are moving to Manchester? Here are some of the popular areas to live in Manchester:


Oldham, found on the very edge of Manchester, promises a seamless blend of urban and rural life. Excellent transport links ensure that the city centre of Manchester is easily accessed, and the stunning Peak District is the perfect opportunity for outdoor activities like hiking, climbing or cycling.


Salford has become known as a thriving cultural, residential and economic area. As with a number of areas in Greater Manchester, Salford is positioned so that you are never too far from countryside landscapes and rolling hills. Continued investment into Salford has ensured that the most deprived areas of the city are developed and growing, and a fantastic range of museums and galleries present a culturally rich area of Greater Manchester. 

The Northern Quarter

The Northern Quarter of Manchester offers an eclectic mix of restaurants, bars, shops and accommodation unlike any other area of the city. Previously a centre for industry during the 19th century, the Northern Quarter has now become a hub for those that love quirky and independent retail.

Public Transport in Manchester

Manchester and the areas surrounding the city have excellent transport links. Whether you are looking to travel by driving, public transport, using air travel or by rail, you will be able to find a way to get around. 


Make use of the various motorways that surround Manchester and easily connect with cities across the country such as Leeds, Birmingham, and Liverpool.

Public Transport

Well-established bus routes and a regular metro-link service makes public transport straightforward. With just a tap of your payment card you can easily access areas all over Greater Manchester.

Air Travel

The popular Manchester Airport can be easily accessed using the regular rail network in Manchester. When you live in Manchester, you can plan your next trip abroad with the confidence that you will make it to the airport with time to spare!

Rail Travel

Manchester’s Victoria and Piccadilly stations can transport you to destinations all over the UK, with London only requiring a two hour train journey.

What About Shared Ownership?

Backed by the government, shared ownership is a scheme that allows you to buy a share in a home with the option of buying the property outright in the future. This can help some people to get their foot on the property ladder. To be eligible for a shared ownership home, your joint household income can be no more than £80,000 per year, and you cannot own another property or part of a property. 

Affordability Calculator

Calculate roughly how much purchasing a shared ownership property would cost you per month using our affordability calculator. Adjust the share percentage and full market value of the property, and input the remaining details for deposit, mortgage term and rate.


New Manchester Home Developments FAQs

Take a look at some of our frequently asked questions to find out more about our new home developments in Manchester. For more information, be sure to contact a member of our team.

What Amenities can be Expected in New Home Developments in Manchester?

We offer a wide range of properties with a variety of features. For example, the kitchens in our new home developments all come with integrated appliances, and the homes themselves boast modern, contemporary designs. Excellent transport links are also to be expected for a home in Manchester.

How can I Buy a New Home in Manchester?

To reserve a house on one of our Manchester developments, simply contact us. We will then add you to our mailing list and, when appointments are available, we will let everyone on the mailing list know at the same time. This ensures that appointment booking is a fair process.

Are New Homes in Manchester Eco-Friendly?

Due to the use of materials for new-build homes, they are far more energy efficient than older houses. In fact, the House Building Federation reports that a new-build home could save you an average of £3,100 per year on energy bills.