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(From Manchester Evening News)
Byline: kevin feddy
MORE than 900 permanent jobs will be created by two major regeneration schemes in Greater Manchester costing a total of GBP80m.
A GBP40m facelift at the Openshaw district centre in East Manchester will generate 750 posts in shops, offices and a leisure and fitness centre. Meanwhile, a GBP40m, 26-storey tower in Salford will create 155 permanent jobs in shops and offices. The development, at Adelphi Street across the River Irwell from Salford University's main campus, will also see the creation of 221 houses and flats. It stands at the gateway to the New Chapel Street regeneration area.