Elliot Group first secured planning permission to develop the site in October 2014, before selling the plot to Inhabit a year later; however, the scheme never came forward, and Inhabit has now sold the site back to a company set up by Elliot and Valorem Investment Partners.
The development, which includes four blocks plus the listed Heap’s Rice Mill, will also include 12,000 sq ft of ground-floor restaurant and retail space set around a new public square. The blocks reach up to 16 storeys, and the scheme has been designed by architect Falconer Chester Hall.
The joint venture between Elliot and Anthony Maxwell-Jones of Valorem has now promised to start the project in the last quarter of this year, with the development to be delivered on a phased basis. As a start on site had previously been made by Inhabit, the planning permission from 2014 is still extant.
Lime Street Station
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