NEEDHAM HALL

MIX OF CONVERTED HOMES AND NEWLY BUILT HOMES

BEFORE GALLERY

How it was

AFTER GALLERY

How it looks now

KEY FACTS

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LOCATION

Didsbury, Manchester

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Total Number of Units

49 Homes

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Conversion Units

11 Homes

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New Build Units

38 Homes

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Project Commencement

Summer 2008

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Project Completion

Winter 2010

DESCRIPTION

Needham Hall is situated on Palatine Road and measures approximately 1.35 hectares (3.33 acres) in size.

The site is home to a variety of buildings, all of which were vacant and last used as student halls of residence.

The western half of the site is occupied by Needham Hall itself and the large lawns which adjoin it.

The eastern half of the site was dominated by three 3 storey accommodation blocks, built in the 1960/70’s, tennis courts and a row of detached garages located along the boundary of the site with The Lodge adjacent to Marie Louise Gardens.

The P J Livesey Group sympathetically converted the main building into 11 propeties and built a collection of 38 executive homes on the grounds.