Storeton Hall

STORETON HALL

MIX OF CONVERSION AND NEWLY BUILT HOMES


 

STORETON HALL

MIX OF CONVERSION AND NEWLY BUILT HOMES

KEY FACTS

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LOCATION

Storeton, Wirral

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Total Number of homes

31

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Converted Homes

4

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New Build Homes

27

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Project Commencement

Winter 2019

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Project Completion

On-going

DESCRIPTION

Storeton Hall is thought to date from c.1372 and is of exceptional significance as the remains of a medieval hall house, justifying its ancient ‘Scheduled Monument’ status.

It was built as a high-status house for the Stanley family and in the Solar Wing of the South gable there are still remains of a tall arched lancet window, originally used by the Stanley owners as private quarters.

The P J Livesey group completed the purchase of the Storeton Hall Farm on the 7th February 2019 and work has begun on site for the completion of 31 homes in total. This will include the conversion of Storeton Hall and Storeton Barn into four properties in total and the remaining 27 properties will be a mix of 3 & 4 bedroom newly built houses.

On the 14th August we also exchanged on an Option Agreement for additional land at Storeton on the Wirral, across the road from our Storeton Hall site.

We are promoting the site for around 40 houses through Wirral’s Local Plan process and hope to be able to submit planning in 2021.

Moor Park

MOOR PARK

NEWLY BUILT HOUSES AND APARTMENTS


 

MOOR PARK

Newly built houses and apartments

KEY FACTS

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LOCATION

Lancaster, Lancashire

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Total Number of Homes

62

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Conversion Homes

0

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New Build Homes

62

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Project Commencement

Summer 2017

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Project Completion

On-going

DESCRIPTION

With all homes in the landmark building ‘The Residence’ now reserved, construction has started on Moor Park, a small complementary development that will sit within the grounds of the original listed building.

Situated in a secluded leafy setting Moor Park will offer just 62 high specification properties built from traditional quarried stone. They range from three bedroom mews homes perfect for first time buyers to large five bedroom executive family homes as well as a later phase of individually designed apartments. All plots include garaging or allocated parking.

The location offers a perfect combination:- easy access to Lancaster City Centre and all it has to offer but with the beauty of the Bowland Fells a short walk from your front door. For resident’s additional convenience there is also going to be a reputable local shop accessible from Quernmore road.

We are hoping to complete work on this site in Autumn 2019.

Needham Hall

NEEDHAM HALL

MIX OF CONVERSION AND NEWLY BUILT HOMES


 

NEEDHAM HALL

MIX OF CONVERSION AND NEWLY BUILT HOMES

KEY FACTS

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LOCATION

Didsbury, Manchester

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Total Number of Homes

49

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Converted Homes

11

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New Build Homes

38

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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.

Didsbury Gate

didsbury gate

MIX OF CONVERSION AND NEWLY BUILT HOMES


 

DIDSBURY GATE

MIX OF CONVERSION AND NEWLY BUILT HOMES

KEY FACTS

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LOCATION

Didsbury, Manchester

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Total Number of Homes

161

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Converted Homes

113

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New Build Homes

48

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Project Commencement

Spring 2007

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Project Completion

Summer 2009

DESCRIPTION

The exteriors of the buildings were originally built as a workhouse in the early to mid 1800’s.

The Withington Hospital site became available for potential redevelopment following a wider strategic rationalisation of healthcare provision in South Manchester. As a result, much of the Withington site became increasingly surplus to requirements. The majority of the remaining hospital buildings within the main site were made redundant or underused and some had been demolished as services have transferred to other sites.

The site contained a number of buildings of which three are Listed Grade II as being of architectural or historic importance, together with a length of wall/railings and gates.

The P J Livesey Group began work transforming the main building into 99 beautifully converted properties, the two lodges into 14 properties and built 48 newly built homes on site.

Standish Hospital

standish hospital

MIX OF CONVERSION AND NEWLY BUILT HOMES


 

STANDISH HOSPITAL

MIX OF CONVERSION AND NEWLY BUILT HOMES

KEY FACTS

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LOCATION

Standish, Stonehouse

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Total Number of homes

147

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Converted homes

48

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New Build Homes

99

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Project Commencement

Winter 2020

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Project Completion

On-going

DESCRIPTION

Standish hospital closed in 2004 and is now owned by the Homes and Communities Agency. This 32-acre site includes a number of heritage buildings.

Our draft proposals include the conversion of the Grade II listed Standish House and stable block together with two Art Deco style ward buildings and the gate lodge on Horsemarling Lane. We are also proposing to save the site’s distinctive hydrotherapy pool, which was previously considered for demolition.

The work would be supported by ‘enabling development’ of new build homes designed specifically for the location. This would go hand-in-hand with extensive improvements to the grounds, including new footpaths and enhanced green spaces across the site.

Under the proposed plans the Grade II listed Standish House would be converted into 16 apartments; the stable block into five houses; and both ward buildings would be divided vertically to create a total of 26 distinctive homes. The 1970’s Hydrotherpy Unit would be divided into two unique properties and the estates Lodge House would be restored as a single dwelling.