Property schemes in Liverpool city region will help developer Anwyl Partnerships to push towards its revenue target of £60m-plus for 2022. Tony McDonough reports
Developer Anwyl Partnerships has unveiled an expansion strategy for 2022 that will include new schemes in Liverpool city region worth around £40m.
Anwyl, which has already successfully delivered a number of projects at locations across Merseyside is targeting 100% turnover growth this year. This will take its annual revenues to more than £60m.
Working with affordable housing provider Torus, the company is undertaking a £25m development in Wirral. It will redevelop the former Rock Ferry High School to create 84 homes for shared ownership and rent, as well as a 102 extra care apartments.
And, in a partnership with another housing provider, Magenta Living, Anwyl will create an £8.5m extra care housing scheme on Greenheys Road in Wallasey, comprising 53 apartments. It has also submitted plans to build 79 new homes on a site off Cowley Hill Lane in St Helens.
Anwyl has enjoyed a strong growth during the past 12 months, and has remained resilient in the face of the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandmemic. During 2021, it expanded its footprint throughout the North West and North Wales. As part of the company’s strategy, a further 10-12 staff are expected to be appointed this year.
Mike Nevitt, managing director of Anwyl Partnerships, said: “The success of the past year and our ability to head with such confidence into 2022, is the result of a massive team effort, underpinned by a clear and cohesive strategy.
“We will continue to drive forward our land led partnership model whilst still delivering projects under the framework approach. We are skilled and proficient in all building types including timber frame, steel frame, masonry frame as well as modular building and other new and emerging modern methods of construction.
“As part of the expansion programme, not only will we bring new people into the team but we will explore and formalise new partnerships with consultancy’s, suppliers and other professional networks.”