PLANNING | Anwyl and Iliad secure consents for Liverpool apartment blocks

More than 600 city centre flats and 147 houses have been approved by Liverpool City Council’s planning committee.


30-36 Pall Mall

Anwyl Pall Mall

Developer: Anwyl Construction

Architect: Falconer Chester Hall

Scheme: Two blocks of 10-storeys and 22-storeys

Apartments: 336, made up of 48 studios, 112 one-bedroom, 153 two-bedrooms, 23 three-bedrooms

Parking: 73 car spaces, 220 cycle spaces

Commercial space: Two ground floor units

Grenville Street South – St Michael’s II

Developer: Iliad

Architect: Tim Groom

Scheme: Two linked blocks, of part four-, five-, six-, and seven-storeys

Apartments: 120 apartments

Commercial space: 2,500 sq ft and community uses

Site: Vacant Grenville Young Persons Centre and derelict Grenville Playground

New Bird Street, Baltic Triangle

Iliad New Bird Street

Developer: Iliad, under subsidiary Miami

Architect: Tim Groom

Site: Former Bogan’s Carpets unit

Scheme: 11-storey block

Apartments: 156 apartments, in one-, two-, three-bedrooms and duplexes

Commercial: 14,000 sq ft across 14 units

Parking: 104 spaces for cars and 126 cycle spaces

Central Avenue

Keepmoat Speke

Developer: Keepmoat

Site: Former Speke Community Comprehensive School, demolished in 2002

Homes: 147 houses with parking and gardens

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