Countryside Properties and Liverpool Mutual Homes’ plans for 150 homes on the site of the former Ogden’s Tobacco Factory in Everton have been given the green light by Liverpool City Council.
The 8.5-acre plot is made up of 250,000 sq ft of vacant office and warehouse buildings. This includes the former office and clock tower which is grade two-listed and fronts Boundary Lane.
The plans will see the conversion of the listed office into 19 apartments, and the demolition of all other buildings on the site to make way for 133 homes.
The houses will range from between one- and four-bedrooms.
The factory was opened on the site in 1900 and ceased trading in 2007.
Brock Carmichael Architects and Nathaniel Lichfield & Partners advised Countryside and Liverpool Mutual Homes.