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From restoring iconic buildings and discovering pieces of history along the way to launching our new developments and making plans for the future we want to share it all with you.
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.
As well as restoring the dials, the hands and the glass faces of the iconic Terry’s Clock Tower in York, Smit of Derby are also making a new clock mechanism to the same specification as the original…
Recent fundraising at our Trafford Park headquarters has helped two wonderful local charities.
Throughout September the offices turned ‘Gold’ in support of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
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.
The first phase of apartments released for sale in Quantum House at Green Walk in West Didsbury is now more than 50% sold. A September preview event is scheduled to showcase new show homes and latest availability,
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
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The P J Livesey team are always up to something and here you can find out what. From raising money for charity to meeting the team you can find it all here.
The PJ Livesey Group has been shortlisted in two categories for the prestigious 2018 NW Insider Residential Property Awards…
Our conversion of the Grade II listed Holden Mill in Bolton is being held up by Historic England as a great example of how to re-use Britain’s industrial legacy buildings…
We are proud sponsors of this year’s Didsbury Arts Festival and as part of the creative fortnight we have linked with The Mustard Tree, a charity whose work we admire and support…
Our sensitive redevelopment of the former Westwood Hospital site in Beverley, has been given the Chairman’s Built Heritage Award by East Riding of Yorkshire Council…
The theme this year is ‘Roots’ which seemed entirely appropriate for the many new residents putting down roots in our St James Park development…
The quality of craftsmanship being delivered by the team at The Residence, Lancaster Moor has deservedly won another Award…
discoveries made in the buildings we save
There are many discoveries to be made in this line of work and we’ve found some interesting pieces of history along the way.