Industrial Units Aew Speke Business Park Triumph March 2020
The additional industrial units would take floorspace at Triumph close to 1m sq ft

PLANNING | Liverpool industrial and resi slated for approval

Dan Whelan

A 147,000 sq ft industrial extension in Speke from Infrared Capital Partners, as well as a 42-apartment scheme close to Liverpool FC’s Anfield stadium, are primed to secure consent from the city council.


Speke Business Park Iraf March 2020 Site Location

The site is in the south-west corner of the Speke business park

Developer: Infrared Capital Partners 

Architect: AEW Architects  

Planner: Spawforths  

Infrared Capital Partners’ is looking to expand Triumph Business Park in Speke by adding an additional six units, subdivided to create space for 12 businesses. 

The units range between 36,000 sq ft and 12,400 sq ft and, if approved by Liverpool City Council, the project would bring the business park to almost 1m sq ft. 

The site is located in the south-west corner of the park, and is currently vacant aside from a small plot used as a 46-space car park. Another car park with space for up to 293 cars is planned for the development. 

Triumph Business Park provides 800,000 sq ft and houses manufacturing, storage, distribution and commercial companies across the 60-acre site. Infrared acquired the site in October last year for £30m from an undisclosed vendor. 

Walton Breck Road Apartments Anfield Developments Ltd 2

The apartments are on the site of a former petrol station

Developer: Anfield Developments  

Architect: Studio Attis  

Planner: Zerum 

Anfield Developments, a special purpose vehicle set up by local developer Chris Farley, wants to build a four-storey block of flats opposite Liverpool FC’s stadium on a 22,400 sq ft plot on Walton Breck Road. 

The L-shaped block would comprise 42 units above two ground-floor commercial spaces, one of 1,850 sq ft and another of 1,410 sq ft. The site is a cleared former petrol station on the corner of Burleigh Road South. 

The proposal is for nine one-bedroom and 33 two-bedroom apartments. 

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An impressive design with a density of about 80 units to the acre – also impressive

By Ted Clement-Evans

The Anfield flats actually look great! Maybe that’s because its a local developer with a stake in the area?

By Wow

Very nice apartments for the Anfield area

By David

Liverpool FC is the obvious link to increased development in the Anfield area , and when the new stand finally gets underway ,and capacity rises ,the location will get even more investment like hotels etc.
If only some way could be found to remove the back alleys from the terraced streets so the houses have their own enclosed rear areas these properties would be even more attractive and free the area from litter and fly-tipping.

By Anonymous

It’s not all about density, it’s about ‘place’. You need the right density for the right place. A good development for this part of Anfield. Anfield has an awful lot of character and much of its Victorian/Edwardian architecture is really high quality, built by Welsh builders often, at a time when there was a real pride in building well and improving on the past. They used the highly prized terracotta detailing liberally. The alleys are all ‘alley-gated’ now I think, but the mix in Anfield of old and new, respecting the character of the old, is what’s driving the area’s revival.

By Red Squirrel