Liverpool to sign off Integritas’ 12-storey resi

Located in the city’s Pumpfields district, the apartment block would add to the developer’s existing portfolio in the city to provide 62 homes off Naylor Street.

Liverpool City Council is recommended to approve Integritas Property Group’s plans at its planning committee meeting on Tuesday.

The SNOW Architects-designed scheme would see the demolition of the three warehouse buildings on site to make way for the residential building, which 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 would 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 would be 27 car parking spaces provided, including six accessible and three electric vehicle charging bays, as well as 84 cycle stands.

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

The city council still deems the development acceptable as it would 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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Good to see the site developed, but this is one ugly scheme.

By Heritage Action

That looks dreadful.

By Cal

Let’s face it affordable homes generally means shared ownership and that isn’t always as attractive as it sounds.
Why should private developers have to carry this burden, isn’t that why we have the housing associations.
Hope they can get on site asap.

By Anonymous

Good to see a Developer with a good reputation pushing on in the city

By Anon

if the development had twice the floors in the middle section, would it then be viable to include affordable housing or develop off site? wonder if LCC ever considers this to get the most out of it instead of cutting everything down.

By GetItBuilt!

needs another 10 storeys on it

By Anonymous

Not a scheme that is likely to see the light of day, same goes for this comment probably. It’s a shame that PNW does not allow a decent discussion about these matters

By Terry

Shoe boxes. A horrendous scheme.

By Anonymous

12 storeys, bless!

By Giant Skyscraper Fan

If people want to live in so-called shoe boxes that’s up to them, if not they look elsewhere, simple. If there was not a market for it they wouldn’t get built, of course market forces aren’t popular with the Liverpool left-wing minority , which wields so much influence and that’s why the city’s economy stutters.

By Anonymous

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