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Storeton Hall New Homes

20

DECEMBER, 2020

NEW HOMES AT STORETON HALL

Family sized homes designed specifically for this countryside setting.

Work at our latest new development, Storeton Hall on the Wirral peninsular is progressing well and sales of new homes will start in the spring, ready for occupation in summer 2020.

The original Storeton Hall, which dates back to around 1372, is also being sensitively restored and vertically divided to create two unique homes homes while the neighbouring Storeton Hall barn will be converted to create two properties.

It means that the Hall, the second oldest building on the Wirral, and a unique piece of the region’s history will be saved for future generations and returned to it’s original residential use.

On a separate part of the site impressive new equestrian facilities have already been completed providing state of the art stabling and purpose-built exercise arenas through a well-respected independent livery yard.

Group Sales Manager Gavin Pearce said: “We are very excited about the launch of Storeton Hall and with just 27 new homes and four unique conversions it will be a very special and privileged place to live.

“If you do have a passion for horses it would be the perfect place to call home with brand new stabling and outdoor facilities and acres of land for hacking right on your doorstep.”

“We expect huge interest when our sales cabin opens on site in April and suggest people who are interested to register their details with us now so we can keep them updated with the very latest information on house types and launch prices.”

Work at our latest new development, Storeton Hall on the Wirral peninsular is progressing well and sales of new homes will start in the spring, ready for occupation in summer 2020.

The original Storeton Hall, which dates back to around 1372, is also being sensitively restored and vertically divided to create two unique homes homes while the neighbouring Storeton Hall barn will be converted to create two properties.

It means that the Hall, the second oldest building on the Wirral, and a unique piece of the region’s history will be saved for future generations and returned to it’s original residential use.

On a separate part of the site impressive new equestrian facilities have already been completed providing state of the art stabling and purpose-built exercise arenas through a well-respected independent livery yard.

Group Sales Manager Gavin Pearce said: “We are very excited about the launch of Storeton Hall and with just 27 new homes and four unique conversions it will be a very special and privileged place to live.

“If you do have a passion for horses it would be the perfect place to call home with brand new stabling and outdoor facilities and acres of land for hacking right on your doorstep.”

“We expect huge interest when our sales cabin opens on site in April and suggest people who are interested to register their details with us now so we can keep them updated with the very latest information on house types and launch prices.”

IMPORTANT HERITAGE BUILDINGS SAVED IN STROUD

19

SEPTEMBER, 2019

STANDISH ESTATE PURCHASE

32-acre site near Stroud within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

We have just completed the purchase of the Standish Estate, a beautiful 32-acre site near Stroud in Gloucestershire within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

At the heart of this glorious wooded estate are a cluster of historic buildings that span the centuries, including a Grade 2 listed Georgian manor house. The estate was most recently used as a hospital and other buildings include two Art Deco style ward buildings and a distinctive hydrotherapy pool house.

The main hospital closed in 2004 and earlier this year we received planning permission to convert the existing buildings into 48 homes and within the grounds will build some brand new homes designed specifically for this unique location.

We will also be making extensive improvements to the grounds including new footpaths and improved open spaces to make the most of the unique mature landscaped and incorporating a range of ecological habitat improvements, including new homes for rare species of bats.

Director James Woodmansee said: “We are very pleased to now be in a position to start work to save these important heritage buildings and give them new purpose, using our experience in dealing with complex sites where creative solutions are required.

“While the site has a number of complex constraints, the unique setting with hundreds of mature trees and stunning views over the open countryside, combined with a group of heritage assets on a scale rarely seen in the UK, provide the foundation for an exceptional development.

“It has taken many of years of hard work to get to this point, working closely with Homes England and the 2gether NHS Foundation Trust, our team of designers and consultants, Stroud District Council, the local Parish Councils and local residents. We were delighted that the efforts to strike the delicate balance between providing a long-term future for the heritage assets and minimising impact on the special setting were recognised by the planning committee members with their unanimous decision.

“After being boarded up for more than a decade, the buildings are in a poor state of repair and were in danger of being lost forever. We will use all our skills and expertise, learned over four decades, to bring them back to life and create a truly stunning development that respects this unique and beautiful location.”

Standish House, together with its adjoining stable block, will be converted to 20 grand houses and apartments, and the two distinctive Art Deco style ward buildings will be converted to 26 properties. The hydrotherapy pool building, which was previously considered for demolition, will be converted into two properties.

Ranged across the site the 99 new build homes, from two-bedroom starter homes to larger family semi-detached and detached houses, will provide a diverse range of properties each designed specifically for the site.

We have just completed the purchase of the Standish Estate, a beautiful 32-acre site near Stroud in Gloucestershire within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

At the heart of this glorious wooded estate are a cluster of historic buildings that span the centuries, including a Grade 2 listed Georgian manor house. The estate was most recently used as a hospital and other buildings include two Art Deco style ward buildings and a distinctive hydrotherapy pool house.

The main hospital closed in 2004 and earlier this year we received planning permission to convert the existing buildings into 48 homes and within the grounds will build some brand new homes designed specifically for this unique location.

We will also be making extensive improvements to the grounds including new footpaths and improved open spaces to make the most of the unique mature landscaped and incorporating a range of ecological habitat improvements, including new homes for rare species of bats.

Director James Woodmansee said: “We are very pleased to now be in a position to start work to save these important heritage buildings and give them new purpose, using our experience in dealing with complex sites where creative solutions are required.

“While the site has a number of complex constraints, the unique setting with hundreds of mature trees and stunning views over the open countryside, combined with a group of heritage assets on a scale rarely seen in the UK, provide the foundation for an exceptional development.

“It has taken many of years of hard work to get to this point, working closely with Homes England and the 2gether NHS Foundation Trust, our team of designers and consultants, Stroud District Council, the local Parish Councils and local residents. We were delighted that the efforts to strike the delicate balance between providing a long-term future for the heritage assets and minimising impact on the special setting were recognised by the planning committee members with their unanimous decision.

“After being boarded up for more than a decade, the buildings are in a poor state of repair and were in danger of being lost forever. We will use all our skills and expertise, learned over four decades, to bring them back to life and create a truly stunning development that respects this unique and beautiful location.”

Standish House, together with its adjoining stable block, will be converted to 20 grand houses and apartments, and the two distinctive Art Deco style ward buildings will be converted to 26 properties. The hydrotherapy pool building, which was previously considered for demolition, will be converted into two properties.

Ranged across the site the 99 new build homes, from two-bedroom starter homes to larger family semi-detached and detached houses, will provide a diverse range of properties each designed specifically for the site.

The Water Garden – Exclusive Preview Event

18

SEPTEMBER, 2019

THE WATER GARDEN, ALDERLEY

Exclusive preview event Thursday 26th September, 2019

A private view is being held on Thursday September 26th for buyers who have registered an interest in apartment life at The Water Garden and details of the bespoke design and prices will be released.

We are incredibly proud of The Historic Quarter at Alderley Park.

This unique development blends character cottages from the original Stanley Estate and contemporary town houses set around two tranquil courtyards. It has been a joy bringing these buildings back to life, preserving their historic integrity and creating new homes for modern living. Buyers recognised that it is a very special place within the special setting of Alderley Park and all the houses have been sold.

Now the centrepiece of The Historic Quarter – the Water Garden – is being launched.

Just 19 sumptuous apartments, two garden apartments and four penthouses in a shimmering building of glass with wide balconies that cantilever over tranquil water. It will be a stunning place to live. The ultimate retreat for buyers looking for single level luxury in a setting that is private and secure.  Construction is progressing well and as we work up the building the views over the ancient parkland reveal themselves.  The first apartments are scheduled for completion in December this year. Three penthouses and one of the larger apartments have already been reserved off-plan.

A private view is being held on Thursday the 26th of September for buyers who have registered an interest in life at The Water Garden and details of the bespoke design and prices will be released. This opportunity of a lifetime will be launched nationally on September 28th.

If you would like to reserve a private view prior to the National Launch, please call  Gavin Pearce on 01625 585 305 to arrange your exclusive appointment 

A private view is being held on Thursday September 26th for buyers who have registered an interest in apartment life at The Water Garden and details of the bespoke design and prices will be released.

We are incredibly proud of The Historic Quarter at Alderley Park.

This unique development blends character cottages from the original Stanley Estate and contemporary town houses set around two tranquil courtyards. It has been a joy bringing these buildings back to life, preserving their historic integrity and creating new homes for modern living. Buyers recognised that it is a very special place within the special setting of Alderley Park and all the houses have been sold.

Now the centrepiece of The Historic Quarter – the Water Garden – is being launched.

Just 19 sumptuous apartments, two garden apartments and four penthouses in a shimmering building of glass with wide balconies that cantilever over tranquil water. It will be a stunning place to live. The ultimate retreat for buyers looking for single level luxury in a setting that is private and secure. Construction is progressing well and as we work up the building the views over the ancient parkland reveal themselves. The first apartments are scheduled for completion in December this year. Three penthouses and one of the larger apartments have already been reserved off-plan.

A private view is being held on Thursday the 26th of September for buyers who have registered an interest in life at The Water Garden and details of the bespoke design and prices will be released. This opportunity of a lifetime will be launched nationally on September 28th.

If you would like to reserve a private view prior to the National Launch, please call Gavin Pearce on 01625 585 305 to arrange your exclusive appointment

St. James Portsmouth – Planning

10

JUNE, 2019

PROPOSALS FOR PORTSMOUTH SITE

We’ve been selected to bring forward proposals to redevelop a large hospital site in Portsmouth.

St James’ Hospital, close to the sea front at Southsea, consists of a number of handsome Grade 2 listed buildings set in 25 acres of parkland.

There is a well-loved cricket pitch and pavilion and a Grade 2 listed chapel that will be retained with options for community use.

The buildings are recently vacant after NHS services were relocated to new facilities in the city and we are now consulting with the local community on how they would like to see the site developed.

P J Livesey Director, James Woodmansee, said: “The St James’ Hospital site is a landmark for Portsmouth and one that demands a unique solution. We have the extensive knowledge and experience to do this and to do it well and will be working alongside the City Council and the city’s conservation team

“This is an opportunity to redefine residential development within Portsmouth, providing unrivalled new homes on a scale that can make a real difference to the mix available, making the best use of a brownfield site and securing a long-term future for a significant range of listed buildings.

“It is an opportunity not to be squandered and our uncompromising approach to quality and heritage will create an exemplar development the local community and the wider City will be proud of.”

The first Community Consultation Event is being held on Wednesday July 17th between 2.30pm and 7.30pm at Portsmouth and Southsea Cricket Club, Locksway Road, Portsmouth. PO4 8LD

St James’ Hospital, close to the sea front at Southsea, consists of a number of handsome Grade 2 listed buildings set in 25 acres of parkland.

There is a well-loved cricket pitch and pavilion and a Grade 2 listed chapel that will be retained with options for community use.

The buildings are recently vacant after NHS services were relocated to new facilities in the city and we are now consulting with the local community on how they would like to see the site developed.

P J Livesey Director, James Woodmansee, said: “The St James’ Hospital site is a landmark for Portsmouth and one that demands a unique solution. We have the extensive knowledge and experience to do this and to do it well and will be working alongside the City Council and the city’s conservation team

“This is an opportunity to redefine residential development within Portsmouth, providing unrivalled new homes on a scale that can make a real difference to the mix available, making the best use of a brownfield site and securing a long-term future for a significant range of listed buildings.

“It is an opportunity not to be squandered and our uncompromising approach to quality and heritage will create an exemplar development the local community and the wider City will be proud of.”

The first Community Consultation Event is being held on Wednesday July 17th between 2.30pm and 7.30pm at Portsmouth and Southsea Cricket Club, Locksway Road, Portsmouth. PO4 8LD

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Open House at The Cedars

03

APRIL, 2019

OPEN HOUSE AT THE CEDARS

The P J Livesey Group is opening the doors of The Cedars at 825 Wilmslow Road, Didsbury

Come and join P J Livesey for a one-off chance for the  public to take a look inside this historic Grade II listed house on Saturday April 6th.

Respected local historian Diana Leitch will be sharing stories of the property and describing how Didsbury would have been when the property was first built in 1857.

This is a unique opportunity ahead of work starting to convert the building into grand apartments. The house forms part of the redevelopment of the site into ‘825 Didsbury’, and is set to be the town’s most exclusive new address.

Places will be strictly limited due to space restrictions, and therefore will be allocated on a first come first served basis. You can find out more about the availability of spaces  here.

Work elsewhere on site is well underway with construction of new houses already up to first floor level. The conversion of the existing Parklands building into sleek modern apartments is also progressing fast.

To keep up to date with the latest sales information along with first phase release dates at 825 Didsbury please register your interest.

Come and join P J Livesey for a one-off chance for the public to take a look inside this historic Grade II listed house on Saturday April 6th.

Respected local historian Diana Leitch will be sharing stories of the property and describing how Didsbury would have been when the property was first built in 1857.

This is a unique opportunity ahead of work starting to convert the building into grand apartments. The house forms part of the redevelopment of the site into ‘825 Didsbury’, and is set to be the town’s most exclusive new address.

Places will be strictly limited due to space restrictions, and therefore will be allocated on a first come first served basis. You can find out more about the availability of spaces here.

Work elsewhere on site is well underway with construction of new houses already up to first floor level. The conversion of the existing Parklands building into sleek modern apartments is also progressing fast.

To keep up to date with the latest sales information along with first phase release dates at 825 Didsbury please register your interest.

Didsbury Art Festival 2019 at Green Walk

22

MARCH, 2019

DIDSBURY ARTS FESTIVAL

P J Livesey is proud to announce that we are again Gold Sponsors of the Didsbury Arts Festival

This varied Festival – delivered by the community for the community.
A wonderful mix of art / music / drama and sheer fun. Taking place at a wide range of venues across the south Manchester suburb for two weeks at the end of June.

At DAF 17 we sponsored a sound stage in Didsbury Park for a day long music event and picnic.
Excitingly, this year one of the new build properties at our Green Walk development will act as a pop up art gallery for three locally based artists.

The Festival is for everyone – Didsbury resident or not – so please mark the dates June 22nd to June 30th in your diary and look out for the programme being announced.

For full details on Didsbury Arts Festival Click here.

We would love to see you there.

This varied Festival – delivered by the community for the community.
A wonderful mix of art / music / drama and sheer fun. Taking place at a wide range of venues across the south Manchester suburb for two weeks at the end of June.

At DAF 17 we sponsored a sound stage in Didsbury Park for a day long music event and picnic.
Excitingly, this year one of the new build properties at our Green Walk development will act as a pop up art gallery for three locally based artists.

The Festival is for everyone – Didsbury resident or not – so please mark the dates June 22nd to June 30th in your diary and look out for the programme being announced.

For full details on Didsbury Arts Festival Click here.

We would love to see you there.