TRANSFORMING HERITAGE ASSETS
CREATING NEW PLACES
REGENERATING URBAN CENTRES
We're a progressive development company who create innovative schemes and investments, delivering new homes and regenerating urban neighbourhoods.
Novo is privately owned, operated by a team of market influencers and supported by an array of partnerships, including private equity, local authority and registered housing providers.
Located in Altrincham, the company is a major contributor of new homes to the area. Novo projects have become synonymous with the regeneration of the town, now nationally recognised for its transformation, held as an exemplar of public and private sector collaboration.
Novo have schemes across Manchester, South Trafford and Cheshire, connected by a theme of individuality and quality; and an architectural language that is distinctly modern and progressive.
The pipeline provides a mix of tenure in both the residential and commercial sectors. Aspirations include actively pursuing opportunities to deliver affordable housing solutions within high value locations.
Our Town ALTRINCHAM
In 2020 Altrincham was crowned as the best place to live by the Sunday Times. Its an on-trend market town, now regularly featured in national headlines for its popularity, whereas just a few years ago it was in the press for the all the wrong reasons.
Novo is synonymous with the regeneration of Altrincham Town Centre. Over the last five years we have undertaken developments both within the town centre and the surrounding area. We have shared and benefited from the town's growth, becoming a major contributor to the wider, prestigious WA14 postcode.
We are firmly committed to the town, with a new head office located in the centre. Our team occupy a number of positions within community groups and we are a local partner of Trafford Council and Southway Housing Trust.
We aim to use our developments to leave a positive legacy for progressive architecture, and influence the market on critical issues such as affordability.
One of the finest buildings within one of the most sought-after locations in Bowdon, Greenbank House has all the heritage, character and charm expected from buildings of this era.
Completely restored and redeveloped to the highest standards. The block provides a completely unique mix of apartments along with a contemporary new build within the grounds.
Within walking distance of Altrincham Town Centre, Oak House was formerly occupied a downsizing business, with the building failing into a deteriorated condition. The redeveloped site restores the existing Victorian Villa and adds a bold contemporary new build addition to the rear.
Formerly occupying the Albert Vaults public house in central Manchester, the site had fallen into a state of disrepair and dereliction. The seven-storey replacement building provides a mixed tenure, including commercial space at street level and 25 residential apartments.
71-89 Brown Street
Novo’s new development of ten 3-bedroom modern townhouses in the heart of Hale.
With their prime location, the inspiring architecture, quality and value make each a spacious, stylish address you'll immediately want to call home.
Delivered in partnership with Southway Housing Trust, this development is a modern twist on the Stamford Estate's workman's cottages. Pairing traditional buildings with modern design principles and materials, the scheme is representative of Altrincham's successful
reinvention as a town.
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OUR LATEST PROPOSALS
We are delighted that planning permission has been granted for our scheme at The Meadow on South Downs Road, Bowdon.
The proposals involve replacing an existing 1960s dormer bungalow with a contemporary piece of architecture, using high quality design and materials that subtly reference the surrounding character.
THE STAMFORD ARMS
A transformational scheme, to restore and preserve an array of locally regarded buildings, along with complementarily new family homes.
Novo acquired the site following years of dereliction and having extensively engaged with the local community and stakeholders, have just been granted planning permission by Cheshire East Council.