Work starts on Torus’ Baltic Triangle scheme

Ground has broken on developer Torus’ 56-bedroom apartment complex off James Street in Liverpool.

The project is part of Torus’ plans to build 5,300 homes in the region by 2024 and features a mix of one- and two-bedroom apartments.

The £9.8m scheme is being delivered in partnership with Crossfield Construction, a division of Speke-based Crossfield Group.

Brock Carmichael is the architect for the scheme.

Chris Bowen, managing director of Torus Developments, said: “St James Street historically housed a number of small terraced properties that were demolished in the mid-20th century, so we are excited to reinvigorate the area and once again see it as a residential site.

“This contemporary development is an important step in providing much need affordable housing options in the city centre.”

Michael Macaulay, commercial director at Crossfield Group, added: “This scheme is part of our ongoing commitment to regenerating the Baltic Triangle as we have a further two developments underway on adjacent plots of land,  each of which is seeing derelict and disused sites brought back into use.”

Crossfield Group’s other Baltic Triangle projects include the Baltic View scheme to create 130 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments for the private rental market, and a £20m, 200-bedroom hotel on the site of the former Liver Grease Oil and Chemicals building.

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