Plans have been unveiled for a £12.5m veterans care village at Broughton House in Salford.
Proposals for the new village will be submitted to Salford City Council this month and are expected to be considered by the planning, building and regeneration committee in September.
If permission is granted, work on the ambitious scheme is due to start early next year. A public consultation exercise is currently underway.
The redevelopment of the two-acre site will be partially paid for through a £3m grant from LIBOR funding, a government initiative to redistribute the proceeds of banking fines. Fundraising by Broughton House is ongoing.
The Broughton House veterans care village is planned to be completed by 2020 and will include features like a memorial park, independent living apartments and a gym.
Dooley Associates will manage the delivery of the scheme. The project team also includes architects Levitt Bernstein, structural engineers Curtins Consulting, service engineers Building Services Design, landscape architect Exterior Architecture, fire engineers Omega Fire and acoustician Sandy Brown.