Manchester’s leading health innovation campus, Citylabs, is set to expand again following high levels of demand as it continues to grow its presence as a world-leading hub for genomics and precision medicine.
Manchester's Citylabs campus is a Joint Venture partnership between MSP and Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT), the UK's largest provider Trust, and is home to a thriving cluster of diagnostics, medtech, digital health and genomics businesses who are driving the future of medicine and healthcare, and contributing to Manchester’s ever increasing profile as a world leader in precision medicine.
Subject to planning approval by Manchester City Council, Citylabs 4.0 will be a new £35 million development which will grow the existing Citylabs campus by 125,000 sq ft and create 300 jobs, continuing to grow its presence as a world-leading hub for genomics and precision medicine.
Citylabs 4.0 will be built at the south of the MFT Oxford Road campus, adjacent to Citylabs 2.0 & 3.0, and provide 7 floors of office and lab space where brilliant research will be translated into new healthcare diagnostics and treatments which can then be quickly adopted into Manchester’s health system.
The development of Citylabs 4.0 will also see sustainability measures being implemented as part of MSP’s commitment to becoming net zero carbon by 2030.
A public consultation on the proposals for Citylabs 4.0 will be held at Citylabs 1.0 on Tuesday 22nd October from 4-7.30pm.
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