£9m Liverpool scheme given go-ahead

£9m Liverpool scheme given go-ahead

A development of 73 new homes by Liverpool-based construction company, Crossfield Group, has been given the go-ahead in Aigburth, Liverpool.

The successful planning application will see the transformation of the site of the former Liverpool Theatre School on Aigburth Road – which includes a disused building and parking area on Alexandra Drive – with two new apartment buildings. An existing villa on the site will also be refurbished as part of the scheme to create one- and two-bedroom homes.

The £9 million project will comprise 59 affordable homes available through the rent to buy scheme or shared ownership, and a further 14 luxury apartments which will become available for sale on the open housing market.

The planning application was submitted by Crossfield Exclusive Developments: a joint venture between Crossfield Group and Exclusive Investments.

Work on the site is due to begin in late October 2019 and will be carried out by Crossfield Living, a division of Crossfield Group, which specialises in delivering housing developments for both private ownership and social housing providers.

David Dobson, Director at Crossfield Living, said “The project on Alexandra Drive is an exciting one: not only will we be able to deliver high quality, affordable homes to help contribute to the region’s urgent need for housing, but also rejuvenate disused land and buildings in the process.”

Phillip Orr, Project Architect from Paddock Johnson Partnership (PJP), the Wirral-based Architects that designed the scheme, said: “The plans for these homes have been very carefully considered to maximise the potential of this appealing site, whilst minimising the impact on its neighbouring properties and existing mature trees.”

Work on the project is expected to be completed in Summer 2021.

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