GMPA Police Stations

Manchester

Project Value - £82m

Project Sector - Justice and Emergency Services

UK

About The Project

The now fully operational PPP project has an operational contract of 25 years.

The new buildings cover 38,600 square metres of floor space and the project has enabled almost 3,000 police officers to move from 53 old stations into the 17 new facilities – in some cases enabling patrol, CID, community officers and the Crown Prosecution Service to work out of the same building for the first time since the GMPA was formed in 1974. The project includes 4 Divisional Headquarters, 3 Sub-divisional Headquarters with custody and 3 Sub-divisional Headquarters without custody as well as 6 Deployment Stations.

Ongoing activity

Also included in the project was the provision of seven new custody suites, for which the GMPA specified that all were to have natural sunlight.

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