Naylor Street. Integritas, p. IPG

Integritas Property Group is active in Liverpool's Pumpfields district. Credit: via Integritas Property Group

Liverpool approves Integritas’ 12-storey resi

The developer will deliver 62 apartments in the city’s Pumpfields district.

Liverpool City Council approved Integritas Property Group’s plans to create a 12-storey residential block off Naylor Street at its planning committee meeting this morning. This decision was made in line with officer recommendations.

Designed by SNOW Architects, the scheme will see the demolition of the three warehouse buildings on site to make way for the apartments. The building will reach 12 storeys at its highest point and step down to nine storeys.

Plans feature 31 one-, 28 two-, and three three-bedroom flats, ranging from 500 sq ft to 1,000 sq ft.

Residents will have communal access to a first-floor roof terrace, along with two commercial units totalling 3,800 sq ft. These units are reserved for a variety of uses including a shop, offices, and a restaurant or café.

There will be 27 car parking spaces provided, including six accessible and three electric vehicle charging bays, as well as 84 cycle stands.

All flats will be available for private sale or rent, with no affordable housing proposed due to viability concerns.

The city council still deemed the development acceptable as it will create apartments near to the city centre, constitute a significant financial investment in the district, and contribute to the urban regeneration of the area in line with the aspirations of the local plan, according to a council report.

Planning and Building Design is advising Integritas Property Group on the proposals. BCA Landscape is landscape architect for the scheme, while Croft Transport Solutions is advising on travel.

This is not IPG’s first venture into Liverpool’s Pumpfields district. The company’s £41.5m Bastion project borders Oriel Street and Naylor Street and will boast 240 homes when work is completed.

Want to learn more about IPG’s most recent plans for Naylor Street? Search for application number 23F/0520 on Liverpool City Council’s planning portal.

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I know CGIs don’t always reflect the best of a design but even so hmmmmm.

By Anonymous

The site history repeats with a developer who has no track record… Hopefully this time it will be different

By david

Planning lessons still haven’t been learned

By Terry

Watch out London we’re catching up on your skyline!!….

By Fed Up Fred

Sorry but this looks awful , like something from east Germany. LCC planners must have had a day off 12 storeys dizzy heights

By Paul

Awful design and still low rise? Come on!

By Anonymous

Same old miserable designs and we’re all getting sick of it. The fenestration is terrible.

By John

Not a giant. Not a fan

By Giant Skyscraper Fan

Lazy design, if it’s ugly in 2023 imagine how bad it will look in 2073?

By LordLiverpool

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