Bruntwood has revealed plans to launch a rooftop garden in the heart of Liverpool’s commercial district.
The 3,400 sq ft space is being created at the Cotton Quarter development, which comprises Cotton House, Cotton Yard and Cotton Exchange, and will be available exclusively to businesses within those buildings.
Featuring individual and group breakout spaces,lawned areas, refreshments facilities and a range of designer furniture, it will provide a year-round outdoor space for informal meetings, networking or more structured events.
The garden will be created largely from recycled materials and its overall design will closely resemble a successful Bruntwood scheme at Blackfriars House in Manchester (pictured).
Colin Forshaw, head of property at Bruntwood in Liverpool, said:
“The roof garden is intended to provide a distinctive breakout space to be enjoyed by our customers in the Cotton Quarter.”
“We are confident that its contemporary design and relaxed, exclusive atmosphere will make it a must-see destination in the commercial district and give our customers a distinct advantage when welcoming visitors.”
“Cotton Quarter has attracted dozens of firms from the creative and digital sector over the past 18 months and we know a number of them are already looking forward to finding their favourite spot in the garden.”