Waterloo church set for conversion
Frank Rogers Developments is to convert the landmark Welsh Presbyterian Church in the Liverpool suburb of Waterloo into residential use.
There will be seven apartments and three houses at the site on the corner of Crosby Road North and Sandringham Road.
The £1m restoration, designed by Union Architecture, will retain all possible original features. Frank Rogers purchased the building in 2007 and postponed development until the market recovered.
Dean Rogers, managing director of Frank Rogers, said: "This is a truly stunning building that will truly benefit from a thorough, professional and careful programme of restoration. The church has so many incredible features which we aim to enhance through our works.
"We've created some incredibly impressive plans with our architects that have enabled us to create a number of unique homes, positioned in a fantastic location. The high end finish, attention to detail and first class fixtures and fittings will, we believe, drive strong interest within the local market, attracting a broad range of buyers."