Atom Valley will be a centre for low carbon activity that supports Greater Manchester’s 2038 net zero ambitions.
Joint partnerships between universities and the private sector make this the ideal location to nurture a sustainably-focussed, advanced materials and manufacturing cluster.
Key to becoming a carbon neutral city by 2038, Atom Valley will play a part in delivering Greater Manchester’s net zero housing plan. A whole system approach to building new housing and retrofitting existing stock will be supported by modern construction methods and joint partnerships.
Atom Valley is a chance to build a sustainable economy for the city region, meeting Manchester’s ambitions to be carbon neutral by 2038 while playing a part in delivering the net zero housing plan.
This is the ideal location to develop new products, green technologies and an advanced materials manufacturing cluster that delivers a cleaner and more sustainable future.
Alongside innovation centres such as AMPI and SMTRC, joint partnerships between universities and the private sector provide an opportunity to commercialise research.