Developer reveals plans for £50m apartment scheme in Liverpool’s Pall Mall

Anwyl Construction will submit plans to create 342 apartments, plus commercial space, in an ‘eco-friendly’ development. Tony McDonough reports.

Tom Anwyl, a director of Anwyl Construction
Tom Anwyl, a director of Anwyl Construction

Developer Anwyl Construction has unveiled plans for a £50m “eco-friendly” apartment complex in Liverpool’s commercial district.

The company is in the process of finalising designs for a 21-floor development, housing 342 apartments in Pall Mall.

Vacant building

The project is earmarked for numbers 30 to 36 Pall Mall, a site which is currently vacant and partially derelict, and which previously had planning consent for an 18-storey office block.

A planning application is set to be lodged by Anwyl in the next month which will include a mix of studio flats, and one, two and three-bedroomed apartments.

It will also house a 499 sq m retail area and 125 sq m commercial space.

Private garden

Residents will get exclusive access to a private tenants’ garden terrace on the first floor, and services from a concierge-style reception.

The scheme’s eco-elements include a system to collect rainwater from the roof to be used inside the building, solar panels, and modern floor-to-ceiling windows to maximise light and cut energy bills.

There will be 132 secure cycle spaces, and a split level car park with space for 71 vehicles.

“We’re excited to be involved in this first class project,” said Tom Anwyl, the Anwyl director who heads up the firm’s contracts division.

“This is the definition of modern city living. It will provide much needed high-quality accommodation in the expanding Liverpool city centre commercial district, and support the redevelopment of the Pall Mall area.”

‘Much-needed boost’

Anwyl has appointed award-winning architects Falconer Chester Hall on the design, and leading city centre agent City Residential, who acquired the site on their behalf, as its residential advisor on the project.

Alan Bevan, director of City Residential added: “Pall Mall is a vibrant upcoming area including plans for a major new office development nearby at the former Exchange Station site.

“The Anwyl apartments scheme will complement other regeneration within Liverpool’s commercial district, and provide a much needed boost to the private rental sector in the area.”

The plans mean buildings at numbers 30 and 32 on the currently derelict Pall Mall site will need to be demolished, and a planning application has been lodged to secure this.

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