Developer has submitted a planning application to Sefton Council forGlenn Buildings North that will also see the popular Blues Bar retained.
Developer St Modwen has unveiled the latest phase its investment in the Crosby Village Centre.
The regeneration specialist, which is also behind the Project Jennifer scheme in North Liverpool, has submitted a planning application for the refurbishment of the Glenn Buildings North.
The proposals will bring create three retail units with new shop fronts within the existing building on Moor Lane and will see the popular Blues Bar retained and the empty upper floor refurbished.
St. Modwen says the proposal will complement the plans for the Glenn Buildings South, located on the opposite side of Moor Lane, which is currently being determined by Sefton Council.
David Nuttall, development manager at St Modwen, said: “We have received considerable support for our plans for the Glenn Buildings South and we are confident that the redevelopment of these popular and attractive buildings is right for Crosby.
“We are pleased to announce this latest planning application, which will modernise, restore and preserve the Glenn Buildings North, an equally important part of Crosby Village Centre.
“This will provide further, fit for purpose accommodation to help attract new occupiers and allow successful businesses to expand in the village centre.”
St Modwen acquired the Glenn Buildings during 2016, a feature on the high street in Crosby for more than 84 years, revealing its plans soon after and secured Homes Bargains within the village.