The second triple tower in a week in Liverpool has been granted planning permission.
A local property firm, Vinco Group, had proposed the 381-bed scheme in Pumpfields, on the corner of Bevington Bush and Gardeners Row.
Three towers will be included in the scheme, which will vary from 9-19 story’s high and will be surrounding a shared courtyard.
Referring to the historic tannery that the site previously was, from the 1880s to the mid-1950s, the development will be named The Tannery.
Glyn Thomas, Vinco managing director, had the following to say:
“The northern edge of the city still has great potential to deliver major regeneration and developments like this will give a sense of arrival for people coming into the city.”
“The scheme now also helps to plug a gap for bigger, more family-orientated developments that will help to keep the societal balance in the city centre.”
Submitted alongside the London-based Niveda Group, the application was submitted as an alteration to an application that had already been put forward, which included extra studio apartments, instead of the one and two-beds that now embody most the homes.
Apart from the signing of a section 106 agreement, the planning permission has been granted.
The £250 million scheme including the three towers, was granted permission to Elliot Group’s ‘Triple Towers’.
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