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Smith Young Architects designed the Bastion project. Credit: via Peppermint Soda

Integritas eyes July start for final phase of £41.5m Liverpool resi

Central Point Encore will have 52 apartments across seven floors when it is complete in 2024.

Central Point Encore is the fourth and final phase of Integritas Property Group’s £41.5m Bastion project. Located in Liverpool’s Pumpfields district, the Bastion site borders Oriel Street and Naylor Street. Altogether, the project will see the building of 240 homes.

Integritas acquired the site from Limekiln at the start of this year. Construction on phase one, consisting of the seven-storey, 67-flat Bastion Point, began shortly afterwards.

Central Point, an eight-storey, 69-apartment block, is the second phase of the scheme. Construction on Central Point began in September. Wrexham-based Abrey Construction is the main contractor for the first two phases of Bastion.

The third phase, Central Point Luxury Living, comprises 52 apartments over 10 floors.

Integritas said that construction on Central Point Encore would begin in July, with an estimated completion date of the end of 2024.

Like the previous phases, the plans for Central Point Encore were designed by Smith Young Architects with Snow Architects as the delivery architect. Residential amenities will include a communal garden, bike storage, and reserved parking.

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Construction has already begun on earlier phases of the £41.5m Bastion project. Credit: via Peppermint Soda

Mitchell Walsh, managing director of IPG, said: “The launch of our final phase at this exciting site is a tremendous milestone for us and we are offering investors and renters alike the chance to enjoy a slice of one of the most vibrant, and fastest growing, places in the UK.

“It comes at a great time for the North West property market, with house prices predicted to grow by 24 per cent in the next five years – more than 40m people visit Liverpool each year, there is around £1.6bn year-on-year economic growth here, and we’re giving people the opportunity to join us in being a part of this city’s success.

“As an ethical property developer, IPG is committed to injecting money back into the communities surrounding our project sites, and we are proud to be working with such a fantastic pool of local talent within our supply chain, offering jobs to local people.”

The project’s planning application reference number with Liverpool City Council is 18F/1035.

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This is great news as the Pumpfields area is ripe for further residential on a grand scale, however the company said phase 1 is underway but I can`t see much happening, if so it must be groundworks, let`s hope it starts rising soon.

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