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Old July 15th, 2008, 10:53 PM   #141
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20th June 2009 update.
CENTRAL VILLAGE HOTELS


Merepark/Ballymore

Two hotels forming part of the Central Village Development to be operated by Millennium / Copthorne hotels. Both hotels will have conference facilities, function space, gym and spa and bars and restaurant. They are to be run by the same hotel group under the Millennium and Copthorne brands who signed up to operate the hotels on 12th January 2009.

Developer: Central Regeneration Partnership (Merepark / Ballymore)

Architect: Woods Bagot

Millennium Hotel:

Location:Renshaw Street, adjacent to Lewis's department store and incorporating the Watson Building, which is the oldest part of Lewis's together with the adjacent former Rapid Hardware paint store, which is to be demolished.

Description: The Millennium is to be a 4* hotel partially new build and partially in the refurbished Grade II listed Watson Building (the only part of the 1920s built Lewis's department store that survived WWII). It will be a 180 bedroom hotel with an overall floor area of 170,000 square feet and a small underground car park.

Cost: £50million

Planning application submitted: 14th May 2008

Commence on site: Summer 2009

Completion: 2011

Some additional renderings of the Millennium Hotel.


Merepark/Ballymore


Merepark/Ballymore

The site of the hotel with the Watson Building in the centre and the Rapid Paint store to its left:


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Copthorne Hotel:

Location: South side of Newington (between Bold Street and Renshaw Street) and on the site of the former Central High Level Station.

Description: The Copthorne is to be a 3* hotel with 240 rooms, bar, restaurant and 49 space car park.

Planning application submitted 16th January 2009

Commence on site: Summer 2009

Completion: 2011

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Old July 15th, 2008, 10:55 PM   #142
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CENTRAL VILLAGE TOWERS



Ballymore/Merepark


Ballymore/Merepark


Ballymore/Merepark

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CENTRAL VILLAGE - LEWIS'S REDEVELOPMENT


Merepark

Some images of the proposed development of the Lewiss site:


Merepark


Merepark


Merepark


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Merepark


Merepark


Merepark


Merepark


Merepark

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Old July 15th, 2008, 10:56 PM   #144
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14th June 2009 addition.
EAST VILLAGE PHASE II



Formroom Architects

A proposal for student accommodation forming the second phase of the East Village complex.

Location: Corner of Kent Street and Grenville Street South

Developer: Iliad

Architect: Formroom Architects

Statistics: 252 student bedrooms in a Part 4 and Part 7 storey building with undercroft parking.

Current Status (June 2009): Planning application (09F/0064) submitted 19/05/09.

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Go to Forum Ropewalks Thread.

Elevations from the planning application:

Formroom Architects

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Old July 15th, 2008, 10:57 PM   #145
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ST JOHN'S CENTRE REDEVELOPMENT




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Old July 15th, 2008, 10:58 PM   #146
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NOVOTEL, HANOVER STREET


Grosvenor
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Added 8th May 2009
PREMIER INN HOTEL, LIVERPOOL JOHN LENNON AIRPORT


Peel Holdings

A 101 room budget hotel close to Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

Location: Speke Hall Avenue (former site of Fox pub).

Client: Peel Holdings (owners of Liverpool Airport)

Cost: £5.5million

Description: A three storey 101 room hotel with restaurant and Costa Coffee to be operated by Premier Inn, part of the Whitbread Group. It will be of steel and timber frame construction with Sto render, hardwood board and polished black masonry blockwork and glass curtain walling.

Commenced: Spring 2009

Planned completion: Spring 2010

Status (May 2009): Contractor Multibuild on site and construction commenced.

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Old July 15th, 2008, 10:59 PM   #148
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Added 19th May 2009.
LIVERPOOL COMMUNITY COLLEGE - ROSCOE STREET


Ellis Williams

A new central facility for Liverpool Community College

Location: Roscoe Street

Client: Liverpool Community College

Architect: Ellis Williams Architects

Cost: £30 million

Description: To contain a sports hall, fitness rooms and a state of the art learning resource centre with nursery, cafe and meeting spaces.

Start on site: July 2009

Completion: September 2010

Status (May 2009): Awaiting construction start.

Forum thread.

Architect's website.

Liverpool Community College website.


Project History:

Learning and Skills Council Support Announced March 2009

Public Announcement of Project: 14th May 2009

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Added 12th June 2009
HILTON HOTEL, CANNING PLACE


Liverpool One

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Old July 15th, 2008, 11:01 PM   #151
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Updated 25th November 2011
STRAND TRAVELODGE
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Leach Rhodes Walker


Leach Rhodes Walker


Leach Rhodes Walker

A new budget hotel for the Strand.

Location: Strand, north side of Redcross Street.

Client: Travelodge
Architect: Leach Rhodes Walker

Developer: Patten Properties with Marcus Worthington

Cost: £12 million

Description: A ten storey hotel with 141 bedrooms and 20,000 sq ft of retail and leisure on the ground floor including a cafe bar.

Status (November 2011): Scaffolding being removed.

A series of renderings illustrating the design development process:


Leach Rhodes Walker


Leach Rhodes Walker


Leach Rhodes Walker

Project History

The site of the Travelodge was previously a car park.

Scheme announced: January 2010

Planning application submitted: January 2010

Planning application approved: 16th March 2010

Crane erected 5th November 2010:


Chris J

Structure completed to full height in April 2011:


Joe the Red

Scaffolding being removed November 2011:


Doug Roberts

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Old July 15th, 2008, 11:03 PM   #152
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Updated 26th November 2011
LIVERPOOL CENTRAL LIBRARY
FORUM THREAD


Austin Smith Lord

A major redevelopment of the historic Central Library.

Location: William Brown Street.

Client: Liverpool City Council

Developer: Inspire Partnership*

Architect: Austin Smith Lord (Liverpool)

Cost: £50 million

Description: A major redevelopment of the Grade II listed Liverpool Central Library, built in 1852 including the demolition of parts built in the 1950s and 1970s and the construction of new facilities on five floors. The redevelopment will incorporate:
  • A new entrance to the main library with a 'literary pavement' and front and rear access.
  • Five new floors with improved access including meeting rooms and a cafe.
  • A new home for the Liverpool Record Office with 14km of archives.
  • Restoration of the Picton, Hornby and Oak reading rooms and the 1852 facade.
  • A new repository with capacity for 20 years of new archive space.
  • A new rooftop atrium and terrace overlooking St Johns Gardens.
  • Reopening of the historic internal entrance to the Picton Reading Room.
  • Re-opening of the International Library to its original design as a new children's area.
  • A room dedicated to James Audobon's 'Birds of America'.
  • A soundproof 'games pod' for teenagers.

Status (January 2010): Planning permission granted.

Work is due to start in June 2010 with emptying of the building taking three months and a temporary central library being established during the reconstruction work. The work will take two and a half years with completion in late 2012.

*Inspire Partnership consist of investors - Public Partnership, Asset Manager - Amber Infrastructure, Contractors and Investors - Shepherd Construction, Architects - Austin Smith Lord, Building Services Engineer - Buro Happold and Facilities Manager - Cofely

Additional renderings:


Austin Smith Lord


Austin Smith Lord


Austin Smith Lord


Austin Smith Lord


Austin Smith Lord


Austin Smith Lord


Austin Smith Lord


Austin Smith Lord


Austin Smith Lord


Austin Smith Lord


Austin Smith Lord


Austin Smith Lord


Austin Smith Lord


Austin Smith Lord


Project History

The foundation stone for the Central Library laid in 1852.

The building was extensively damaged in WWII.

The destroyed parts were reconstructed in the 1950s and an extension built to the rear in the 1970s.

Plans for a major refurbishmen were first revealed in 2005 after the government agreed a £50million private finance initiative funding. This fell through when one of the two developers showing interest pulled out and EU laws required a minimum of two bids.

The present proposal was first announce in May 2008.

A planning application for the present major reconstruction scheme was made on 23rd November 2009 with approval being granted on 13th January 2010.

The contract for the development was signed by council and government representatives on 21st July 2010 with closure of the library following shortly afterwards:

The library being cleared of books pending demolition:


4737Carlin


4737Carlin

Construction work started in October 2010.

The exterior of the building shrouded in scaffolding in January 2011:


Howie P

In March 2011, large tents were erected over the roofs of the Hornby and Oak libraries and the dome of the Picton reading room to keep them watertight whilst re-roofing work progresses. The libraries are to be covered with blue Welsh slate whislt the Picton reading room will have zinc roofing. The work is being undertaken by restoration specialists William Anelay Ltd who are also installing new guttering and carrying out masonry repairs and internal repairs to the library.

April 2011: The private finance initiative is sold to International Public Partnerships.

Demolition of the 1950s and 1970s buildings well underway on 24/05/11:


Chris J

Two tower cranes were erected in late July 2011.

A view taken 28th July showing demolition completed:


Chris J

The reinforced concrete frame under construction on 12th November 2011:


Chris J

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Completion update 29th November 2011:
INDIGO HOTEL, CHAPEL STREET
FORUM THREAD



Openly Jane

A new 155 bed hotel in the commercial quarter.

Location: Chapel Street - block bounded by Rumford Place and Old Hall Street

Developer: Sanguine Hospitality Management

Hotel Operator: Inter-Continental Hotels Group (IHG)

Architect: Falconer Chester Hall

Cost: £15 million

Description: A 155 bed, 7 storey hotel with internal courtyard, ground floor 130 seat Marco Pierre White restaurant, bar, gym and cafe.

Commenced: March 2010

Completed: 6th June 2011

Construction Progress

The site prior to work commencing with the Unity sales office still in place. The projecting building line of this temporary building probably follows the building line of the former office building and is reflected in the external seating area of the new hotel:


Doug Roberts

Work commenced on the site with the demolition of the temporary sales office. This shows work in progress on 22nd March 2010:


Doug Roberts

Steelwork erected to the front elevation on 17th May 2010:


Joe the Red

This view, from 12th September 2010 shows steelwork completed to both Chapel Street and Rumford Place elevations with cladding in progress on the main frontage.


Doug Roberts

Cladding completed to the Chapel Street elevation:


Yoshef

Cladding completed to the Rumford Place elevation in June 2011:


Doug Roberts

A publicity photograph showing the new reception area:


Place North West

Project History

The site was derelict since demolition of an office building in the early 1970s. In the early 2000's, the site was aquired by Rumford Investments for the construction of a sales office for their adjacent Unity Development. This was closed on completion of that development:

In 2006, Vermont Developments bought the site from Rumford and in December submitted plans for an 8 storey 60,000 square foot speculative office building with a basement car park costing £20 million:


Vermont Developments

In August 2008, Vermont was put into administration.

The present development was announced in October 2008 with the submission of a planning application. The final approval of the application was in November 2009 with work commencing on site the following March.

Some architect's renderings:


Falconer Chester Hall


Falconer Chester Hall

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HEAPS MILL
FORUM BALTIC TRIANGLE THREAD


Apollo Bannertown


Apollo Bannertown

Redevelopment and extension of the existing disused Heaps Rice Mill warehouse to form residential apartments.

Location: Heaps Rice Mill, Park Lane by Corn Hill

Cost: £60 million

Developer: Apollo Bannertown (Apollo real estate advisors of Surrey and Bannertown Developments of the USA).

Architects:Bond Bryan

Description: Redevelopment of existing warehouse and construction of three new buildings to create 355 1/2 bed apartments, 200 car parking spaces and new public square and gardens. Former roads on the site to be reinstated.

Status (February 2010): Not proceeding.

Project History:

01 January 2006: application submitted for 391 apartments in four buildings.

13 July 2006: Application resubmitted and revised to 355 apartments.

26 September 2006: Application approved.

Heaps Mill warehouse from Park Lane in 2006:


Juxtapol

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Added: 25th November 2011
IBIS HOTEL, DALE STREET




Falconer Chester Hall

A new 123 bed hotel and 285 space car park.

Location: Dale Street, Vernon Street corner

Developer: Benmore Developments (Belfast)

Architect: Falconer Chester Hall (Liverpool)

Cost: £10m

Current Status (25.11.11): Work just commenced on site.

Commenced:November 2011

Planned completion: 2013

Description:A 123 bed hote fronting onto Dale Street with 285 space muli-storey car park fronting onto Vernon Street. It will incorporate a restaurant and bar. The building extends to cover numbers 57-67 Dale Street, which will be demolished with the exception of the facades to numbers 57 and 65-67 (the Eagle Star and Pioneer buildings). The new structure facing Dale Street will be five storey rising to 7/8 storeys at the rear.


Project History

Development announced in December 2008 with planning permission being obtained in August 2010. Objections were received from Merseytravel and NCP due to the car park element and from English Heritage who said that the development would 'harm the character and appearance of the conservation area and the outstanding universal value, authenticity and integrity of the World Heritage Site'. This latter objection was withdrawn following a deal made over the design of the frontage. The developer was required to contribute to the cost of trees.

Work commenced on site in October 2011.

An earlier proposal for the site:

Falconer Chester Hall

Elevations accompanying the planning application:

Dale Street:

Falconer Chester Hall

Vernon Street:

Falconer Chester Hall

West Elevation:

Falconer Chester Hall

Rear Elevation:

Falconer Chester Hall
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Added 29th June 2011
LIVERPOOL EXHIBITION HALL

FORUM THREAD


Arena and Convention Centre

A major exhibition hall to complement the Arena and Convention Centre.

Location: Kings Dock Waterfront (to south of ACC)

Developer: Liverpool Vision / Homes and Community Agency

Cost: £40 million

Description: An exhibition hall of 8,100m2 comprising three interconnected halls of 2,700m2 each. Halls to have adjustable ceiling heights to provide flexibility for banquets and concerts. Also to include a 200 bed hotel, skybridge to convention centre, covered walkway and concourse.

Current Status (June 2011): Scheme being developed to planning permission stage.

Commencement expected: 2012

Completion: September 2014

Further renderings:


Arena and Convention Centre


Arena and Convention Centre

Project History

The site, which forms part of the area of land reclaimed when the Kings and Queens Docks were filled in the 1970s, was earmarked for the David McLean Trinity Dock development. Following the collapse of this scheme, Liverpool City Council announced the Exhibition Hall in March 2009.

The site is presently owned by the Homes and Communities Agency.

The project has been spurred by the success of the Arena and Convention Centre and the need for more exhibition space than currently available (5000m2 which includes the floor of the Arena, which can be used for exhibition space at the expense of using the space for concerts and sports events).

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Added: 24th November 2011
PREMIER INN, HANOVER STREET




Allison Pike

A new 186 bed hotel Premier Inn hotel in Hanover Street.

Hanover Street (by the Hanover Hotel)

Developer: Premier Inn and Liverpool PSDA Ltd
Architect: Allison Pyke
Cost: £11.5m

Current Status (23.11.11): Steel frame completed.

Commenced:July 2011

Planned completion: Autumn 2012

Description: The building is six storeys with a total area of 100,000 sq ft, of which 76,000 is the Premier Inn Hotel on floors 2 to 5. On completion, the ground and mezzanine will be handed back to Grosvenor, the former owner of the site by Whitbread who now own the freehold.

Project History

The site was formerly an NCP car park, which was demolished following completion of the adjacent Liverpool One car park. It also contained a Chinese restaurant and retail units. Planning approval for the hotel, which is the first development on the site was granted on 24th August 2010 with work commencing on site in July of 2011.

A plan showing the site:


Premier Inn

A further render of the hotel frontage onto Hanover Street:


Allison Pike

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Added 18th November 2011
THE EVERYMAN THEATRE




Haworth Tompkins

The reconstruction of the Everyman Theatre to create a modern performance space with improved community and backstage facilities.

Location: Hope Street

Developer: Liverpool and Merseyside Theatres Trust
Architect: Steve Tompkins of Haworth Tompkins
Cost: £28 million (part of a £40m redevelopment of the Playhouse and Everyman). Broken down as follows:

£16.8 million from the Arts Council, England

£2.5 million from the North West Development Authority

£5.9 million from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)

The remainder to be raised from private trusts and foundations.

Current Status (November 2011): Existing theatre demolition in progress.

Everyman Theatre and Bistro closed: July 2nd 2011

Planned completion: 2013

Description: The existing theatre and Everyman Bistro to be demolished and replaced by a new 400 seat auditorium with space for a youth theatre, community theatre, larger rehearsal space and improved front of house bar and catering facilities. There will be facilities for set building and costume making.

The existing Everyman Bistro to be recreated in the new design. The footprint of the theatre will be increased by 60% due to expansion onto the former car park in Arrad Street to the rear and the adjacent 11 Hope Street.

The architect's preliminary sketch showing the main features of the old theatre - the 'Everyman' sign, the 'thrust' auditorium and the Bistro:

Haworth Tompkins

The Hope Street elevation with a new sign remiscent of the previous one. The new frontage is to have 105 life size abstract portraits of Liverpool people on aluminium shutters:


Haworth Tompkins

An architect's sketch of the interior of the new theatre:

Haworth Tompkins

A cross-section through the new auditorium. The 'thrust' stage layout will be preserved but the seating will have two tiers both to allow the audience to be closer to the actors and to reduce the visible empty seating for lightly attended productions. The seating will be flexible to allow both 'promenade' and 'in the round' productions. The fly tower will be a vertical feature of the new theatre:

Haworth Tompkins

A cross-section through the new rehearsal rooms. The new cafe bar will have outside seating and there will be a theatre bar with a balcony overlooking the road below:

Haworth Tompkins

View showing the natural ventilation system to be adopted. This is designed to achieve a BREEAM 'excellent' rating:


Haworth Tompkins

Project History

The Everyman Theatre was established as a theatre in 1964. The building in Hope Street had previously been a chapel and cinema, which was rebuilt in 1977.

The plan for the replacement of the existing theatre was announced in October 2008, being part of a £41m plan to include the reconstruction of the Playhouse (which will follow on from the Everyman).

An Arts Council (England) grant was announced in July 2009.

The Planning Application was submitted on 27th May 2010.

A very positive CABE review was published in July 2010.

Planning permission was granted on 24th August 2010.

Public funding was completed in April 2011.

The Everyman Theatre and Bistro closed on July 2nd 2011.

Demolition of the theatre commenced on 22nd August 2011.

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