Mayfield will be delivered by The Mayfield Partnership, a public private joint venture partnership between LCR, Manchester City Council, Transport for Greater Manchester and regeneration specialist U+I. Together, we have a vision for a bustling, buzzing, inclusive world-class urban neighbourhood that’s like nowhere else in the city. We want to create an area with soul that’s a magnet for families, businesses and visitors. The long-term plan for Mayfield is to create an iconic, £1bn mixed-use community over the next 10 years, including a 6.5-acre public park, outstanding office space, and unique shopping and leisure experiences. Rest assured, as partners we’ve got the skills, experience, intelligence, imagination and audacity to turn the Mayfield vision into a brilliant reality that everyone in Manchester can be proud of.

U+I Group Plc

U+I is a specialist regeneration developer. We transform undervalued parts of cities into neighbourhoods where people and enterprises can thrive. We’re recognised for our creative vision and entrepreneurial flair and have a £9.5 billion portfolio of community focused projects, including a 300m investment portfolio.

We’re here to unlock potential and create long lasting social and economic benefit for the communities in which we work. To achieve this we get to know places intimately, understanding their history so we can unlock their future. We engage with the local community to better understand their unique backgrounds, hopes and connection to the area. Then, we build public and private partnerships to create places that put their needs and aspirations centre stage.

Manchester City Council

Over the last 25 years, large scale development and regeneration projects have been the cornerstone of Manchester’s transformation. The City Council has consistently had a clear vision for the city and has provided the long-term commitment needed to make change happen. The City Council also has a proven track record of working with partners to help Manchester thrive.


London and Continental Railways (LCR) specialise in infrastructure-based urban regeneration. They’re a government owned property company with origins in the Channel Tunnel Rail Link (now HS1) and the redevelopment of St Pancras International. They also played key roles in several other renowned projects including the transformation of King’s Cross Station and its surrounding area, the regeneration of Stratford and the construction of the Athletes’ Village at the London 2012 Olympics.

Transport for Greater Manchester

Transport for Greater Manchester is responsible for improving transport services and facilities within the largest regional economy outside London. It owns Metrolink and is in the middle of delivering a £1.4 billion expansion and improvement programme that will provide all sorts of new connections and opportunities for Greater Manchester. Their experts inform the city’s transport strategy and help Manchester plan for a more sustainable future.