Liverpool developer sets £150m projects target

Liverpool developer Integritas Property Group aims to invest up to £150m in new residential projects over the next four years. Tony McDonough reports

Bastion Point
Bastion Point is a £41.5m residential scheme in Liverpool by IPG


Integritas Property Group (IPG) aims to double the the number of completed properties in its portfolio by 2028 with a total development value of £150m

Liverpool-based IPG is set to complete 422 residential units this year. In February it finished its £3.7m Copper Box office-to-residential conversion in Crosby Road North in Waterloo. It comprises 27 new apartments across six floors.

In late 2022 the developer broke ground on the £41.5m Bastion Point in Naylor Street in Vauxhall. This will see the delivery of 67 one and two-bedroom apartments for rent. In September 2023 IPG secured a £5m loan to complete the project.

This year IPG expects to have delivered developments in Merseyside and across the North West with a total value of just under £60m. By 2028 it aims to have completed 1,000 units with a total value of £150m.

To support its growth strategy the business has announced three new hires. Jane Atkinson has joined as a property buyer after 19 years at Gleeson Homes. Allan Spencer has been hired as a quantity surveyor following 16 years at VINCI Facilities.

And supporting Allan will be Perry Mahaffy who comes on board as a junior quantity surveyor with the business.


Copper Box, a residential development in Waterloo completed by IPG this year


IPG chief executive Mitchell Walsh said, “Bringing in new talent is not just about filling positions. It’s about enriching our company’s DNA with fresh perspectives, diverse skills, and unwavering dedication.

“Each new hire represents an opportunity to strengthen our team, foster innovation and drive our company towards even greater success.

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“IPG takes great pride in being an equal opportunities employer. We firmly believe that diversity and inclusion are not only fundamental values but also essential drivers of innovation, productivity and success within our organisation.

“Through ongoing education, training and engagement initiatives, we aim to create a workplace where everyone has the opportunity to thrive and succeed, regardless of their background or circumstances.”

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