EKPS gains approval for Bootle scheme

Photo: EKPS gains approval for Bootle scheme

Euan Kellie Property Solutions has secured planning permission from Sefton Borough Council on behalf of Brickland Limited, for the construction of a new £3.5 million 33 apartment scheme in Bootle.  The new development will ensure the sustainable and efficient re-use of a long-term vacant commercial site, in the Derby Park Conservation Area and opposite the Grade II Listed Christ Church. The development is expected to start to site in the New Year.

Located at 240 Hawthorne Road on the junction with Oxford Street in Bootle, the scheme, designed by Nicol Thomas Architects will be aimed towards the over 55’s market and Brickland Limited is in discussions with a Registered Provider (Housing Association) to take on the long term management of the building.

Kelly Paddick, Euan Kellie Property Solutions said: “The plans for Hawthorne Road were unanimously approved on 2 September and it is very positive to see that this former commercial site which has vacant for a long time, being brought back to life to provide much needed housing in Bootle for the over 55’s.”

The news was featured in Place North West and Insider