Redrow Homes has revealed its masterplan for the redevelopment of land off Harthill Road, near Calderstones Park in Liverpool.
The proposals, submitted under the Liverpool Housing Partnership umbrella, could see 51 new homes built in the area, help local organisations move to better premises and bring investment to the neighbouring park.
The plans include the restoration of the Grade II-listed Beechley House, a former nursing home which has been earmarked for conversion into six apartments and two duplex units, with its summerhouse becoming one self-contained property.
Three mews properties has been proposed for the on-site stables, also Grade II-listed, while four new-build mews will be constructed adjacent to Beechley House if the planning application is approved.
Beechley Riding Stables, which are currently based at the site, would receive help relocating to new facilities at Clarke Gardens in Allerton under the plans.
Other local organisations including charity group CalderKids, which has welcomed the proposals, will also receive relocation assistance.
Faye Whiteoak, Redrow’s development director for Liverpool, says: “The whole masterplan has been very carefully thought out, with the greatest care and attention given to how the setting of the Grade II-listed Beechley House can best be respected.
“We have worked hard to make sure the house designs and layout respect the adjoining park. We have also incorporated managed amenity space into the development.”
Redrow is writing to local residents and interested parties with additional information about the development and is set to launch a newsletter and website outlining how it will benefit the area.
For more information visit www.harthillroad.co.uk