A 382-apartment PRS scheme on The Strand, proposed by Patten Properties and Panacea Property Development, has secured planning consent from Liverpool City Council.
The 16-storey development will include winter gardens, a cinema and a roof garden and gym for the use of residents. The scheme also includes ground floor commercial space and a semi-public landscaped area.
Neil Patten, a director of both Patten Properties and Panacea Property Development, based on Manchester’s Deansgate, said: “We’ve worked very closely with the council to ensure that our approach to this important scheme was in line with their own aspirations for the site and the wider area.
“We recognise that the scheme will play a significant role in the regeneration of Liverpool’s historic waterfront and the local economy. We can now look forward to working hard to deliver this exciting PRS development for the city.”
Zerum acted as planning consultant, supported by Curtins. Leach Rhodes Walker is the architect on the scheme.