Conversion of historic Liverpool warehouse advances
Mandale Homes has submitted proposals to transform the grade two-listed Bonded Tea Warehouse off Great Howard Street into 211 apartments.
The developer held a consultation on the scheme, located within Liverpool’s Ten Streets district, earlier this year.
ELG Planning is advising Mandle on its proposals, which will see the 1840s warehouse converted into homes.
The plans include 134 one-bedroom apartments, 63 with two bedrooms and 14 with three.
An open-air atrium would be created to facilitate the conversion.
A similar but larger project is underway nearby. Harcourt Developments is converting Tobacco Warehouse into 538 homes, part of the Stanley Dock regeneration.
Other Mandale schemes in the pipeline include the residential conversion of the 81,000 sq ft Regian House – one of the former Liverpool HMRC buildings vacated following the organisation’s consolidation into India Buildings – and the redevelopment of 40,000 sq ft of offices at Greenwood Business Centre’s in Salford into homes.