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Keepmoat readies next phase of Anfield housing

Keepmoat will shortly start construction of 106 homes in Anfield at its The Parks development where it has delivered 327 units in earlier phases.

The £12m phase is due to complete by May 2019, consisting of 25 two-bed, 66 three-bed, 15 four-bed houses all for private sale with prices from £92,000 to £170,000.

The site is bounded by St Domingo Vale, Oakfield Road, Glaisher Street and Hartnup Street in Everton ward.

Gareth Roberts, regional managing director for Keepmoat in the North West, said: “There is an unrivalled commitment from all partners involved in this project and we’re proud to be a part of that vision to regenerate Anfield. The first three phases of build have justified the belief that more quality new homes are needed in the region; as demand hasn’t faltered.

“The availability of schemes like Help to Buy and our shared equity scheme has buoyed interest from first time buyers in particular and this next phase will offer more solutions to support local people get that first rung on the housing ladder.”

The Parks is part of the £260m regeneration project by partners Liverpool City Council, Your Housing Group and Liverpool Football Club. The project includes the redevelopment of Liverpool FC’s main stand, which opened this month, along with new and refurbished housing, improved shopping facilities, office buildings, a hotel and the creation of a new pedestrian-friendly avenue and public square.

Your Comments

Lovely old victorian buildings knocked down to throw up this shoddy, boxy, rabbit hutch crap.

No doubt also whatever makes up this latest phase, it won’t include any of the once promised flats. Those at least would’ve made a proper start on trying to re-populate the area.

By Gillespie

The flats will come after the tidying up, and after the demand is proven.. ‘Twas always the way… It goes in cycles: growth, decline, regeneration and then the next phase where the flats will come back.. Anfied is still at regeneration phase.. but the fact that these houses are selling well is a good sign. Yes the Victorian buildings were indeed lovely… but I doubt people like you Gillespie would have lived there while the area went through its decline… I lived not far away off Breck Road and the area where these houses are now being built really had got as bad as it gets!
Stanley Park is as good as Sefton Park and a lot of the character is being retained here now with some great terrace restorations. I’ve always thought this area of Anfield was a hidden gem with some beautiful terraces often built by the Welsh builders using Ruabon bricks and beautifull teracotta designs from JC Edwards and Dennis Ruabon.

By Alfie

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