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Falconer Chester Hall submits plans for £250m Liverpool resi towers

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Plans have been lodged for a three tower residential scheme in Liverpool by Falconer Chester Hall 

The £250 million project, on the corner of Leeds Street and Pall Mall at the north end of the city’s business district, will include three towers of 39, 33 and 27 storeys.

These will contain 1,002 apartments and a spa, along with 929m² of commercial space.

Elliot Group director Elliot Lawless said the appetite for investment in Liverpool from both domestic and overseas funders had encouraged his firm to press ahead with the development.

’The mayor’s focus on extending the city centre northwards relieves pressure on the core and offers scope for clear capital growth,’ he said.

’That appeals to my funders, who can see how far Liverpool has travelled in the last 20 years and therefore have confidence that progress will be maintained.There’s a cluster of towers now being developed north of the Pier Head, with eight in the pipeline so far.’

Lawless added: ’This sort of critical mass works for investors as it signals momentum and improvement. We’d welcome more and are pleased to play our part in the city’s regeneration.’

A planning decision is expected in spring next year. If successful, work would start on site in autumn 2017, with a completion date of autumn 2019.


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