Exchange Court, Bruntwood, c Google Earth snapshot

The building is located next to Liverpool Town Hall. Credit: Google Earth

Bruntwood plans overhaul of listed Liverpool office building

Vacant following the departure of RBS, Exchange Court on Dale Street would be brought up to modern workspace standards in the developer’s latest revitalisation scheme. 

Floors two and three of the grade two-listed building were converted in 2020, and Bruntwood is now turning its attention to the rest of the 62,000 sq ft property. 

The scheme would see the ground and first floors revamped, creating nine office suites. The building’s former banking hall would be transformed into a space to accommodate a restaurant. 

While the Liverpool project is being delivered by Bruntwood, Bruntwood SciTech, the consortium between the developer, Legal & General and Greater Manchester Pension Fund, recently completed a similar development in Manchester.  

Bond saw the redevelopment of a former RBS bank on Mosley Street into modern workspace, the first project to complete since the development consortium’s £500m equity raise.   

The project team for the Exchange Court redevelopment includes Deloitte as planner, Stephen Levrant Heritage Architecture, DW Consulting, and Bespoke Fire Safety Design. 

To learn more, search for application reference 23F/2946 on Liverpool City Council’s planning portal. 

Bruntwood declined to comment on the scheme.

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A fine looking building which deserves a good refurb, and then good tenants.

By Anonymous

The front entrance to the building in Dalw Street. Once again the invention of a “street name” appears to be subject to another nincompoop. That half – wit changed the age old title of Manchester Street to Old Haymarket. Old Haymarket for centuries was the intermediary betrween Byrom Street and White chapel.

However, well done to the developer of this site. 65 years ago it was an insurance company office and a “grandfather’s type clock displayed an international time clock face.

By Anonymous

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