Manchester Airport business park approved

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Councillors in Manchester have approved plans for a £650m business park at Manchester Airport.

Almost 11,500 jobs could be created at Airport City Manchester, which will include offices, hotels and factories.

The development will be on 65 acres of scrub land near the M56 and Woodhouse Park in Wythenshawe.

Developer MAG hopes the scheme will attract inward investment to the Wythenshawe area.

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