Construction kicks off at Carrington Work is beginning on the largest regeneration site in the North West. Watch as we kick-started construction at Carrington Gateway, our 19-acre commercial development, with MP Kate Green and Andrew Western, Leader of Trafford Council. Himor Carrington Groundbreaking 2018 from Tile Creative on Vimeo.Read More →
MP and council leader kick off construction at Carrington Kate Green, MP for Stretford and Urmston, and Andrew Western, Leader of Trafford Council, have broken ground on the Future Carrington regeneration scheme. Property Developer HIMOR is starting construction of Carrington Gateway – a 19-acre commercial development on the 1,679-acre estate this month. Work is also underway on a extensive package of enabling works that will prepare the site for future phases. Will Ainscough, Executive Chairman of HIMOR also attended the ground-breaking as work began on one of the UK’s largest regeneration sites. HIMOR, is working with Trafford Council to transform the former Shell petrochemical siteRead More →
HIMOR GRANTED APPROVAL FOR 200,000 SQ FT COMMERICAL DEVELOPMENT TO KICK-START FUTURE CARRINGTON REGENERATION
HIMOR granted approval for 200,000 SQ FT commercial development to kick-start Future Carrington regeneration Regeneration and property group HIMOR will begin work on the first phase of its major Future Carrington regeneration scheme in November, after winning approval for a 212,129 sq ft speculative industrial development. Trafford Council has approved a reserved matters application for Carrington Gateway, the first phase of the project, which will return employment use to a 19-acre site fronting Manchester Road. HIMOR will develop six detached industrial units, ranging from 10,925 to 103,968 sq ft. The units will feature secure service yards, floor loading of 50 KN/m2 and eaves heights upRead More →
HIMOR appoints new managing director at construction start nears at Carrington Regeneration and property group HIMOR has appointed Mark Booth as its new managing director. Booth takes up the role with immediate effect, following two years as the company’s finance director. A fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, he has worked alongside HIMOR’s founder and executive chairman Will Ainscough since he launched the business 12 years ago, initially serving as company secretary. He succeeds Darren Jones, who left the business in late 2017. His appointment comes as HIMOR prepares to break ground on the first phase of its Future Carrington regeneration scheme, whichRead More →
HIMOR is working with leading economists to understand Future Carrington’s economic potential, and initial findings show that plans to deliver a mixed-use community for Carrington would transform the local economy and deliver a lasting legacy for Trafford…Read More →
Kate Green MP paid the Future Carrington project team a visit to find out more about plans for a new community for Carrington. Kate, Labour MP for Stretford & Urmston, learnt more about HIMOR’s vision to create a lasting legacy for the area.
Emerging Phase One plans include transforming the Carrington village…Read More →
A steady flow of visitors took the opportunity to learn more about Future Carrington at a recent public exhibition. Information and plans regarding Phase One of HIMOR’s transformational vision were on display and attendees were encouraged to provide feedback as part of ongoing consultation…Read More →
Transformational plans for Future Carrington have been launched by HIMOR, in partnership with Trafford Council, following consultation with the local community.
A draft masterplan for Phase One…Read More →
Residents and local businesses joined HIMOR and Trafford Council earlier this month to discuss the developing vision for Future Carrington.
Over 75 people took part in two workshop sessions held at Carrington…Read More →