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The scheme is part of the developer's 3,000-home pipeline. Credit: Sourced Development Group

Sourced presses ahead with £30m Liverpool scheme 

The developer is preparing to lodge a planning application with the city council for a 123-apartment project off West Derby Road. 

Carlton Court, a £30m scheme from Sourced Development Group, would provide a mix of one- and two-bedroom apartments on a site next to the Church of St John the Baptist in Tuebrook. 

Sourced is holding pre-application discussions with Liverpool City Council and hopes to submit a planning application for the project in the coming weeks.  

“Carlton Court will breathe further new life into North Liverpool,” said Joanne Waller, managing director of Sourced Development Group. 

“The stunning and impactful design will create modern homes and attractive retail space for visitors and new businesses out of a site that we are all familiar with.” 

Waller added: “Sourced Development Group are passionate about the transformation of this historic city while respecting the unique history of each area. This is no different with Carlton Court.” 

Carlton Court is part of Sourced’s plans to deliver 3,000 homes across the North West over the next three years. 

Other schemes currently in the company’s pipeline include the 310-home Kingsway Square and the 614-home Westminster Park, which are both in Liverpool. 

Work is also progressing in Salford, where Sourced is delivering the 525-home at Regent Plaza. 

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Hope this comes to fruition but really wish Sourced would get on with things, Kingsway Square has taken an age to progress, although it has to be said plans had to be amended after discussions with the council . Westminster Park did progress quickly on the first phase, which is apparently sold out, but think it`s time we saw some groundworks on the next phases.

By Anonymous

Exciting

By David

What a great CGI. It looks amazing. Incredible that you can get five storeys to be the same roof height as the two storey building next door.
The overseas market will lap it up and can only serve to enhance Liverpool’s already glittering reputation for delivering great CGI’s on time for the next marketing launch.

By Anonymous

@ 9 Jan 2.23pm…..ever heard of perspective?

By Anonymous

The central reservation is NOT a crossing point, why are people standing on it! Believe it when I see it.

By Anonymous

What’s amazing about this blot?..apart from the size

By John lynn

Abought time they put up to date pic up as to how it would look with the only 123 apartments , insted of the ones they are showing now that have nearly 400 in them

By Anonymous

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