Apartment Scheme in historic Ropewalks takes a step closer to construction with planning approval and Contractor appointment

A new 47 apartment scheme in the Ropewalks area of Liverpool City Centre has taken a step forward this week after Living Brick Ltd’s planning approval gained consent by City Planners.

Liverpool Contractor Crossfield Construction has been appointed to deliver the £4m project which will take approximately 12 months, with a design team consisting of Day Architects and Shape Engineering.

‘The Chavasse Building’, situated on the corner of Lydia Ann Street and Suffolk Street will see the construction of boutique living spaces, along with a resident’s gymnasium, a Japanese inspired ‘Zen’ rooftop garden, and generous floor plans taking advantage of the expansive city views.  The living spaces comprises 20 micro apartments of around 34sqm with 18 one bedroom apartments averaging 50sqm, and the remaining units being two bedrooms of around 74sqm.

The key focus for the scheme has been the provision of sustainable residential accommodation geared towards the requirements of modern, city centre living. All of the apartments are currently larger than the comparable competitor’s properties that are being marketed in relation to value per square foot.


“We are delighted to have received planning for the Chavasse Building.  We truly believe we are offering a unique proposition to the residential city centre living market, and by instructing some of the Cities most respected Construction partners in Crossfield, Day and Shape, we really look forward to watching our development come to life over the coming months.”
Kev Doran
Managing Director
Living Brick Ltd
“We are really looking forward to constructing this exciting development for Living Brick in one of the Cities most historic locations. We look forward to a collaborative partnership to deliver exceptional new living environments whilst positively impacting the surrounding community.””
David Cain
Director
Crossfield Construction

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