Go-ahead for £100m Liverpool Love Lane flats

Widnes-based Sourced Development Group and partner Network Rail have been given the green light to build over 500 flats in four blocks just outside Liverpool city centre.

The distinctive pink/red-clad blocks will be built on four former car park plots of land at Love Lane and Pall Mall in the Vauxhall area, with buildings ranging from nine to 11 storeys.

BDP designed the project with M&E consultant Steven A Hunt & Associates. Two of the blocks will be built above existing Network Rail-owned railway arches.

Love Lane scheme will offer 507 one-, two- and three-bedroom flats with a residential gym and cinema.

As part of the proposed reuse of the site, these existing railway arches would be transformed into commercial space. The scheme will also include car parking space and communal courtyards.

The project is located in the 10 Streets regeneration area, next to the Merseyrail Northern Line.

The project is expected to cost around £100m to build.


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