Luxury homes mooted for Heswall

Developer Grosvenor Homes Heswall wants to build a four-storey block containing 12 high-end apartments on Thurstaston Road. 

Under the plans submitted to Wirral Council, each three-bedroom apartment would have two parking spaces. 

The project, which overlooks the Dee Estuary, has been designed by Liverpool-based architects Falconer Chester Hall. 

A spokesperson from Grosvenor Homes said: “We have seen the potential on Thurstaston Road and the requirements of the area to provide a well-balanced, innovative, high-quality residential development.” 

Martin Haymes, associate director at Falconer Chester Hall, added: “The proposed development is within a traditional landscape, which influenced the material palette we propose, including red sandstone and rosemary clay roof tiles – both indigenous local materials.”

Zerum is planning consultant and SCP Transport is highways consultant. 

The project team also includes M&E engineer Abacus Consulting, Omega Fire Engineering as fire consultant and DEP Landscape Architecture. 

Rachel Hacking Ecology is advising on ecology and Clancy Consulting on ground conditions. Trees Solutions is tree surveyor. 

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Flats on Thurston Road (Not good or appropriate)
There is a major problem with Traffic and it’s speed.
Not only residents of Heswall, visitors and constant heavy vehicles due to none stop building works- using Thurstaston Road a cut through.! T
There is a Primary School (St Peter’s) at the other end of Thurstaston Road. Children, Parents, Carer’s doing the daily school runs are in constant danger the pave slopes in parts is very narrow. Road can’t deal with often wing mirrors touching people this road is not designed for two way traffic.
I know!! Do the school run every day and can see the volume, speed of traffic from my window.

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