Ex-Man Utd University campus plans approved

Ex-Man Utd University campus plans approved

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The university will offer sports, media and business courses, such as UA92

A campus built in a college supported by former Manchester United players has been approved. Trafford participants gave the green light to the so-called "Class of 92" to convert the former Kellogg headquarters to Stretford. The campus is the centerpiece of the University Academy 92 (UA92) of the former teammates, who will open next year. The plans overcome the objections of the opposition advisors who want the government to make a final decision. The UUA92, which will offer sports and media courses, stems from an idea of ​​Gary Neville, the younger brother Phil and his colleague Reds Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt and Paul Scholes. "Excellent Structure" It will operate as part of Lancaster University. Conductor Daniel Bunting said, "This will be a truly excellent structure that will add to the area." The two Green Party members of the Trafford Council wanted to see the request addressed to the Secretary of State for communities and local authorities to make sure that had been subjected to an "impartial" evaluation .UA92 is part of the € 170 million Stretford plan, which includes proposals to redevelop part of the Stretford Mall and bring into use the Essoldo cinema on Chester Street on Grade II. The council is one of the partners involved in the scheme, along with the development giant Bruntwood, Trafford College and Microsoft, which plans to take over part of the former Kellogg site. In January 2018 a planning request for the student village was approved after UA92 abandoned proposals for a 20-storey building in favor of low-rise housing.

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