Pendleton Gateway had a void shell space within the building for almost six years, until Salford Royal Foundation Trust took up occupation for their Muscolo-Skeletal Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service.
For almost six years, since construction, Pendleton Gateway has had a void shell space within it. Originally intended for clinical space, the primary care trust of the time were unable to manage this before their disestablishment in 2013.
We were approached by Salford Royal Foundation Trust, the existing tenants at Pendleton Gateway and a number of other LIFT buildings throughout the north west. They were looking for some additional space where their Muscolo-Skeletal Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service could operate from in a community setting.
Working in conjunction with MaST LIFTCo and Salford Royal, plans were developed to convert the empty space into four clinical consulting rooms and one administration office. Work started on the site at the beginning of August and was completed and handed over to Salford Royal for occupation at the beginning of September 2016, where we are delighted they are now in full operational use.