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  • Extensive datasets detailing every known residential, commercial, hotel and student proposal for Manchester.

  • Up-to-date, reliable information on the Manchester property pipeline.

  • Members get updated spreadsheets sent direct to their inbox every month.

  • Perfect for comparables & market research and targeting.

  • Used and trusted by estate agents, planning consultants, property developers and architects. 

for just £39.99 per month

What UrbInfo subscribers get sent directly to their inbox:

Residential

  • Detailed list of every residential scheme under construction, approved or in planning in Manchester.

  • Information on Developers and Architects for all schemes.

  • Unit mix for every scheme (how many 1/2/3 bedroom apartments per scheme)

  • Estimated completion.

  • Planning application link for each scheme.

  • Full list of all residential schemes completed since 2015.

Commercial

  • Detailed list of every office scheme under construction, approved or in planning in Manchester.

  • Information on Developers and Architects for all schemes.

  • Estimated completion.

  • Planning application link for each scheme

  • Full list of office schemes completed since 2015.

Hotels

  • Detailed list of every hotel scheme under construction, approved or in planning in Manchester.

  • Information on Developers and Architects for all schemes.

  • Estimated completion.

  • Planning application link for each scheme.

  • Full list of hotel schemes completed since 2015.

Student accommodation

  • Detailed list of every student accommodation scheme under construction, approved or in planning in Manchester.

  • Information on Developers and Architects for all schemes.

  • Estimated completion.

  • Planning application link for each scheme.

UrbInfo's extensive spreadsheets name the developers and architects for every residential, office, hotel and student accommodation scheme proposed or under construction in Manchester.

For  residential schemes, the spreadsheet also show unit mix (number of studios, 1-bed, 2-bed etc per development):

For student accommodation schemes, the spreadsheets have a breakdown of studios, 'twodios', clusters and apartments:

The spreadsheets also allow you to see when certain milestones were reached for developments across the city, such as when they were given planning consent, when they started construction, and when they completed. 

There are also links provided to each scheme's planning application:

The time series feature lets you access historic records back to January 2014:

Dashboard view helps you keep an eye on the city's key current statistics, such as how many homes are under construction, at groundworks stage, approved or holding a planning application in and around central Manchester. Broken down by 2018 ward boundaries. 

Frequently asked questions:

Which schemes are included in the dataset?

Every major residential, commercial, hotel and student scheme is included, as well as most if not all of the smaller schemes too. 

What information does the dataset provide?

For all schemes, the dataset shows who the developer and architect is, current status of the scheme, what ward of the city the development is in, as well as key milestone dates for the scheme: e.g. when it was given planning consent, when it started construction, etc. 

 

For residential developments, the data shows how many apartments are in each scheme as well as the unit mix (number of studios, 1, 2 and 3 beds). Similarly, for student accommodation schemes, the data shows how many studios, 'twodios', clusters and apartments are included in each proposed scheme. 

How far back does the data go?

Every major scheme proposed since January 2014 is included in the dataset, but there are also some schemes included that were first proposed as far back as 2010.

Does the data cover the whole of Greater Manchester?

At the moment, only central Manchester and the areas immediately surrounding it are included in the dataset. UrbInfo is considering branching out into the metropolitan area to cover towns like Altrincham and Stockport in future.

 

How often is the dataset updated?

UrbInfo is constantly updating and improving its data. We send our members the updated version of the spreadsheet every month, so they stay up to date with Manchester's fast-moving property sector.

 

What happens after I sign up?

The link below redirects to a secure PayPal process, and once you've completed that the spreadsheets will get sent to your inbox within 24 hours. Sign up now.

What if I don't want to receive the spreadsheets monthly?

You can download a one-off version right now by clicking the link below:

Download a one-off version of the dataset.

Like what you see?

Become an UrbInfo member for £39.99 a month to receive all of the above.

Registration is easy - the button above redirects to a secure PayPal process and once you've completed that the spreadsheets are emailed direct to your inbox within 24 hours.

Or you can download the dataset without subscribing for the monthly updates: 

£45 - one-off payment.

£39.99 per month

Registration is easy - you're redirected to a secure PayPal process and once you've completed that the spreadsheets are emailed direct to your inbox within 24 hours.

Don't want the subscription?

You can now download the dataset as a one-off, without the monthly updates. 

Click here to download the spreadsheets now for £45.

Chris Harrison

Cushman & Wakefield

“UrbInfo provides up to date and comprehensive data of developments across Manchester. The quantum of insight is second to none, and it provides us at Cushman and Wakefield with an additional level of sophistication when discussing City Centre development with our clients”.

“UrbInfo continues to be the most accessible and refined ‘one stop shop’ for monitoring city centre developments. We frequently use it to brief businesses on cross-sector developments and pipelines”.

Richard Elliott

CityCo

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