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34-Storey 'triple tower' could be coming to Liverpool

Mammoth development would house over 1,000 This mammoth 'triple tower' development could be comi...

Mammoth development would house over 1,000

This mammoth ‘triple tower’ development could be coming to Liverpool as part of a £250m scheme.

Plans released exclusively to the ECHO show a 34-storey ‘triple tower’ luxury apartment block which have been planned by developers Elliot Group.

The £250m development, designed by architects Falconer Chester Hall will provide 1,015 new homes and would become the largest single private housing project in Liverpool.

Plans for the towers - which have not yet been given a name - include 63 three bed apartments, 457 two-beds, 163 one beds and 232 studios.

Elliot Lawless of Elliot Group said he wants to make a ‘statement of confidence’ for people in the city.He said: “We wanted to create a statement of confidence for people entering the city

“If our proposals are approved then they will go a long way to helping Leeds Street fulfil its potential as a dramatic gateway along the northern edge of the city Centre.”

Although planning permission has not yet formally been submitted, it is understood planning chiefs have welcomed the designs.

The proposals are now subject to review and discussion with Liverpool council’s planning and design officers, with a view to submitting a planning application in early September.

The land earmarked for the development is at the junction of Leeds Street and Pall Mall was purchased off-market by Elliot Group.

Elliot Group currently have more than £700m worth of projects underway in the city - including schemes for Heap’s Mill, the Baltic Triangle on Queensland Place near the University of Liverpool campus.

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