Developer unveils £110m Liverpool apartments scheme

Sourced Development Group and Network rail submit plans to build 507 apartments north of Liverpool city centre in a £110m project. Tony McDonough reports

Sourced Development Group
Sourced Development Group and Network Rail want to build 507 apartments in north Liverpool


Plans for four residential blocks comprising 507 apartments close to Liverpool’s northern docklands have been submitted by a developer.

Sourced Development Group (SDG), working in partnership with Network Rail, is seeking planning consent for the £110m scheme. It is located on four acres of vacant land between the Ten Streets regeneration area and Eldonian Village.

This development comprises four sites including three adjoining plots in Love Lane and a fourth on Pall Mall. Blocks will each be between nine and 11 storeys. There will be 147 one-bedroom apartments, 330 two-bedroom and 30 three-bedroom, all for sale.

It will be built close to Peel L&P’s Liverpool Waters development which already includes multiple residential and commercial developments. Everton FC is also currently building a new stadium nearby.

In January SDG unveiled plans for a £30m residential development on the site of a former Carlton Cinema in Tuebrook. And in April it started work on a £70m residential scheme called Scholars Court, close to Scotland Road.


Sourced Development Group
Sourced Development Group and Network Rail have submitted plans for the project


This latest scheme, which has been designed by architects at BDP, will also offer affordable homes. The joint venture has approached Sovini Group and Regenda Homes over the delivery of these units.

It also proposes to repurpose redundant railway arches and subterranean tunnels located on two of the plots. This would be transformed into 10,000 sq ft of commercial space.

Consultancy WSP has drawn up a planning statement which claims Liverpool City Council’s planning team is “supportive of the development proposals”.

The project team includes SK Transport, OFR, Wardell Armstrong, Simply CDM, Steven A Hunt and Associates, and Rachel Hacking Ecology.

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