The developer bought the site from Limekiln in January. Credit: via Peppermint Soda

Integritas eyes June start for next phase of Liverpool resi 

Having acquired a site in the Pumpfields area of the city and started work on phase one earlier this year, the developer is planning to begin construction of the 69-apartment second phase in June. 

Now, Integritas Property Group is to start constructing the seven-storey Central Point, the second of four blocks at its £41.5m Bastion Point development on Naylor Street. 

The developer bought the site from Limekiln in January and started work on the first block, comprising 67 one- and two-bedroom flats, shortly afterwards. 

Designed by Snow Architects, Bastion Point is located in an area of the city that has seen several ambitious proposals come forward over the years. These include Freemasons Row and Via Verde, which together would provide 2,000 homes. 

While those schemes have not yet materialised, Integritas managing director Mitchell Walsh – who also heads up a property services company called Elavace – is hoping to deliver schemes that benefit everyone involved. 

“As an ethical property developer, IPG’s focus is not only on creating beautiful spaces that benefit both the investor and the renter, but also on building communities and injecting profit into the areas surrounding our project sites.” 

Work on Central Point will be looking to complete in the third quarter of 2024, approximately one year after the first phase. 

Details on the remaining two phases of the 240-home residential scheme will be released in due course, according to Integritas. 

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It`s good news for that area but can`t say I`ve noticed any work progressing on this site, maybe it`s groundworks, a number of announcements have been made lately regarding other longstanding projects off Leeds Street getting underway so we hope for the best.
One of the big ones would be the re-commencement of the Infinity site but that`s gone quiet since the investors won their court case.

By Anonymous

£40m from a standing start, must have a good pension fund behind them

By Anonymous

Where are the balconies??

By John

Balconies? you don`t have to have balconies, some people like them some don`t, so if you prefer them try somewhere else, or will this be another stipulation before anything gets built in Liverpool.

By Anonymous

Re John
They are inside 😉

By Sid

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