South Parade, SLH, p planning docs

All 92 homes would be affordable. Credit: via planning documents

Plans in for 92 Speke homes

South Liverpool Homes’ proposals focus on a string of development sites along South Parade and Conleach Road to deliver a mix of houses, apartments, and bungalows.

The housing association has lodged an application with Liverpool City Council for its plans to build a total of 92 homes in Speke.

Halsall Lloyd Partnership has designed the scheme, which would comprise 57 houses and 35 apartments across two buildings.

More specifically, proposals feature 29 two-, 20 three-, and two four-bedroom houses; 19 one- and 16 two-bedroom apartments; and six two-bedroom bungalows.

Most of the application site is currently empty, except for the former Speke Baptist Church building on Ganworth Road. Separate plans have been submitted to demolish this property.

Each of the bungalows and apartments would be available for affordable rent, while the houses would be offered as either affordable rent, rent to buy, or shared ownership units.

Homes England would provide grant funding for the development.

The project team includes Shape Consulting Engineers, Redmore Environmental, Urban Green, Mode Transport Planning, and Mulberry TMC.

To learn more about the plans, search for application number 23F/2562 on Liverpool City Council’s planning portal.

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Great to see the bungalow’s!!
Will they be affordable?

By Mary Woolley

The lack of cycle lanes on this CGI disturbs me

By Avid Cyclist

All I see is a racetrack with some homes randomly placed here and there. Do people actually pay to live in places like this?

By Anonymous

Uninspiring designs,can’t imagine in years to come people who once lived there taking their friends and family on a nostalgic trip to admire the architecture.

By Anonymous

Hopefully the bungalows will be built big enough for wheelchair users ?? all bungalows should be built adapted

By christine

I don’t know what the greyed area is at the back of the CGI but it seems stuffed with bungalows. What a terrible waste of land they are , and they include gardens.
Surely people would feel warmer and more secure in a 4/5 storey block of flats with lifts, and good concierge facilities.

By Anonymous

Too dense

By Anonymous

@Anonymous 4.37pm, people prefer houses with gardens than tiny flats with no outside space and dodgy neighbours and broken lifts and crime riddled parking facilities, believe or not, they prefer a higher standard of living than a lower one, have you never met a person before?


@DH , people I have encountered living in over 55s low and high-rise flats are perfectly happy and secure, enjoying a secure, clean, warm and well managed environment. You need to think before you start typing , go to Belle Vale, Woolton, and Scotland Rd and witness the high standard of
multi- storey schemes for mature people no crime or dodgy people ,and there’s ample parking.

By Anonymous

DH – stop thinking you speak for everyone. You might not like high density living and that’s fine, but many people want to live close to their friends and local amenities. The best cities are those which provide for everyone. If everybody lived in sprawling suburbs the traffic would be terrible and there’d be barely any countryside left for people to enjoy. Just live and let live.

By Anonymous

DH , describing Liverpool in a sentence. Really? Flats arnt all bad and people arn’t all the same.

By Anonymous

What about a roads, schools and other public services,when population grows and public service shrink.

By Anonymous

Fix the roads first

By Hm

@ Anon 9.15pm, on the photo image there looks to be lots of roads, also, and you may not know the area, there are ample schools, buses, shops, services etc nearby.

By Anonymous

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