Regency Manor, West Derby
|Location||Mill Lane, West Derby, Liverpool L13 0AE|
|Planning approved||Feb 2016|
|Start of work||Spring 2016|
|Sales launch||June 2017|
|Find out more||http://www.redrow.co.uk/regencymanor|
51 brand new homes and 9 refurbished properties within two Grade II listed buildings, providing a mix of one, two, three, four and five-bedroom homes. All new homes are Lifetime Homes compliant.
Regency Manor features a mixture of new-build homes and some refurbished properties within lovingly restored Grade II listed buildings on the site of the former Holly Lodge girls’ college, in West Derby,
Less than four miles from the city centre, it’s the first development in Liverpool to showcase Redrow’s Regent Collection of neo-classical Georgian-inspired designs.
Comprising town houses, semi-detached and detached properties, it will offer a mix of one, two, three, four and five-bedroom homes.
All new homes are built to Lifetime Homes’ standards so they can easily be adapted to suit people’s changing needs.
Regency Manor will also feature nine bespoke homes fashioned from Grade II listed lodges and outbuildings being brought back into use.
A historic pond and many mature trees have been retained and perfectly enhance the setting of Redrow’s homes.
Holly Lodge Girls’ College has relocated into adjacent purpose built premises. The college now boasts the brand new ‘Emmeline Pankhurst Building’, centrepiece of a £7 million revamp and home to a main teaching block comprising new humanities classrooms, arts, music and drama spaces, an activity hall and a Sixth Form centre, with a central atrium and café area.
The scheme is ‘brownfield’ redevelopment – utilising previously
developed space for much-needed new housing and profits from the land sales to Redrow have been invested in providing affordable housing elsewhere in the city.
Sandheys and Freemont, two historic listed buildings, are being restored and renovated to create nine sympathetically designed homes – preserving their many features for years to come.
Hundreds of jobs created, including direct employment on site, indirect employment through the supply chain and induced employment via spending in local shops and businesses.
£60,000 contribution towards highway junction improvements at the nearby Queens Drive.