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Hatton Garden and Great Crosshall Street
A NEW £10m city centre residential and commercial development has been approved by planners.
The striking 11-storey scheme, which includes underground car parking, will rise from the corner of Hatton Garden and Great Crosshall Street.
Chester-based Whinmoor Estates is behind the scheme, which was designed by Liverpool architects Falconer Chester Hall.
Managing director Adam Hall said: “We are very excited about this.
“We were granted planning permission for a mixed use residential and retail or commercial scheme with car parking.”
He said the plan is to create 116 apartments, mainly two-bedroom properties of mid to high-end quality.
The ground floor will comprise residential or commercial tenants,
Mr Hall said lock-up units currently occupy the plot but they will be cleared for the new scheme.
He said: “It is a good location for everything else going on.”
No date has been set for work to start on site.
Source: Liverpool Echo
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More apartments empty.
At least these seem to be two bedroomed ones. Far too many one bedroomed flats available, mind loads of two available all over.
Better than empty lock-ups.
What empty lock-ups?
Originally Posted by Harry
This site has been vacant for years.
I know where he means. There are a few small units (one was our car alarm co.) on the stretch between Hatton Garden and Johnson Street, but yes, the area in general could do with something a bit more substantial on that site.
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