Camden House CGI, Sandhurst Development, p Advantage Investment

A 2024 completion date is set for Camden House. Credit: via Advantage Investment

Stalled Camden House revived in Liverpool

New owner Kieran Malone has begun work on the former Mount Property Group development, years after construction froze on the 44-unit, student-led scheme.

Work restarted on the five-storey project at the beginning of this month, with a completion date set for summer 2024.

The gross development value is £6m, according to Advantage Investment, which is leading the off-plan sales of the site.

Situated at 9-11 Camden Street in Liverpool, the development is known as Camden House. Mount Property Group’s project, which had originally been designed by Snow Architects and was revised by DAY Architectural, was granted approval in 2017 by Liverpool City Council.

Work started soon after but ceased around 2018. The Mount Property Group SPV attached to the scheme, Camden House Property, entered administration in 2020. Another high-profile Mount Property Group project in Liverpool, the 574-unit Natex, would go into administration the year after.

Malone, who is the director of London Road Developments, entered the scene this year after acquiring the property from administrators. He successfully secured approval for a discharge of conditions this July and is working with Planning Consulting, LJ Architects, and Any Engineers Shape on the project.

Those interested in getting involved with Camden House can visit to learn more. You can get a taste of what the finished interiors may look like by examining the gallery or video below.

Click any image to launch gallery. All images provided by Advantage Investment.

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Good news, but don’t think Camden St is in the Baltic.

By Anonymous

    Hi Anonymous, thanks for flagging. I’ve corrected this story and our 2016 piece on the project to clear up the geography. – J

    By Julia Hatmaker

You are having a bit of a ‘mate with this….it was originally snow architects who secured planning on this, with DAY Architectural amending and re-securing approval in 2017…..

By Anonymous

    Hey Anonymous. Thanks for the correction. The story has been amended. Apologies for the mistakes.

    By Julia Hatmaker

The lower end of London Road is a disgrace with empty plots, shacks masquerading as shops that would look more suited to any favella in Rio.
The part demolished flyover is a complete eyesore, and all this is testament to the years of planning malaise in Liverpool, and the council’s failure to work flexibly in partnership with the private sector to improve the fabric of the inner city especially.

By Anonymous

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