Mayfield Park
Mayfield Park

Mayfield, Manchester

Mayfield is a 24-acre brownfield site packed with heritage and the River Medlock flowing through its core.

This pioneering new district provides opportunities for all with a beautiful park at the centre. With an industrial history of innovation spanning back to the 1700s with previous lives as a parcel depot, relief railway station and textile mill, the once derelict site has been revived as a place for creativity and enterprise in the heart of Manchester. 

A much-loved green space

Driving the change is The Mayfield Partnership – comprised of LandsecU+I, Manchester City Council, Transport for Greater Manchester and LCR – which formed in 2016 with a shared vision to create a thriving green district. Overall, Mayfield will provide over 2.3m sq ft GIA office space facilitating 13,000 new jobs, 1,500 homes, over 200,000 sq ft of retail and leisure, a new 650-bed hotel and 13-acres of public realm, including Mayfield Park – the city’s first new park in over 100 years.

Following its opening in September 2022, Mayfield Park has become a much-loved green space in Manchester city-centre, enjoyed by visitors of all ages. The park, designed by Studio Egret West, enhances the heritage of the area with two key anchors being the early 20th century Depot and the newly-daylighted River Medlock, one of Manchester’s founding rivers. The design provides a sense of tranquillity and reflection amidst the bustling city centre. In total there are 140 trees, thousands of bulbs, plants and shrubs, a children’s play yard with six slides, and lots of spaces to sit and relax. During the construction of the park over 230 tonnes of CO2 were saved through reuse methods by utilising Victorian wells and hogback beam structures found on site.

The next phase of the first commercial buildings will begin late in 2023 and will include two office buildings and a transport hub.



New jobs


New homes


£15m to £50m

Market value range


Ownership interest


New Street Square


New Street Square, EC4