Planning Approved for Patten Properties and Panacea’s Transformational PRS Development on The Strand in Liverpool city centre

A joint venture between Patten Properties and Panacea Property Development has today (December 13th 2016) secured planning approval from Liverpool City Council for its major PRS development on The Strand, overlooking Liverpool’s historic waterfront.

The transformational 16-storey residential development will comprise of 382 luxury apartments with stunning views across the iconic waterfront buildings such as the Three Graces and the Albert Dock as well as across the city centre to the rear. Occupiers of the completed development will benefit from winter gardens, private gym, cinema and a residents’ roof garden. The scheme also includes ground floor commercial space and a semi-public landscaped area to improve the public realm on Strand Street.

The scheme has been designed sensitively around a number of elements and materials from surrounding waterfront buildings including Mann Island, the Three Graces and One Park West, to ensure the development makes a positive and integrated contribution to the city’s skyline.

Speaking about the planning approval, Neil Patten, Managing Director of Patten Properties and Panacea Property Development, said:

“We’ve worked very closely with the Council to ensure that our approach to planning approach for this important scheme was in line with their own aspirations for the site and the wider area. We recognise that the scheme will play a significant role in the regeneration of Liverpool’s historic waterfront and the local economy. We can now look forward to working hard to deliver this exciting PRS development for the City.”

Zerum acted as planning consultant, supported by Curtins. Leach Rhodes Walker is the architect on the scheme.