A £60m apartment scheme boasting a range of sustainability features has been approved by Liverpool City Council.
Developer Anwyl Construction was given the green light for the 336-home scheme in the Pall Mall area of the Merseyside city.
Designed by local architects Falconer Chester Hall, the scheme will feature green roofs, rainwater harvesting, solar panels, and floor-to-ceiling windows to maximise light and keep energy bills down.
A split-level building, ranging from 10 storeys to 22 storeys in height, will include two ground-floor units providing 7,100 sq ft of commercial space, as well as public realm.
The site – which falls within the city’s World Heritage Site buffer zone, meaning it is subject to certain planning restrictions – is currently being used as a car park.
The development will create a split-level car park, with space for 73 vehicles and 132 bikes.
Anwyl construction director Tom Anwyl said: “We are pleased to be a part of the redevelopment and regeneration that is taking place in Liverpool.
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“It is very exciting to be a part of that both at Pall Mall, in the heart of the business district, and at Norton Street, and we have worked closely with our architects to ensure that the project complements the existing buildings there.”
The developer said it would use local subcontractors and source its materials through local supply chains wherever possible.
Construction News reported earlier this month that the Pall Mall scheme had been recommended for approval.
It will be the second major project in Liverpool for north Wales based Anwyl, which has consent for a £45m student accommodation development in Norton Street.