New houses could be developed on the site of a former pub in North Liverpool’s Kirkdale area.
Mersey Regeneration has submitted a plans to redevelop land previously occupied by the Heriot Public House, which was demolished a number of years ago.
If given the go-ahead by Liverpool City Council, four new three-bedroom town houses could be built on the now grassed over plot, which is located at the junction of Heriot Street and Great Mersey Street.
According to a document to be considered by the local authority: “Plots one to three will front onto Heriot Street with plot four being a dual aspect dwelling fronting onto Great Mersey Street overlooking the William Collins Playing Fields opposite.
“Good quality materials will be used incorporating red facing bricks to complement and enhance the existing vernacular with a smooth profile slate grey concrete roof tile.”
Architecture practice NMW Design has been working on the plans for the new homes, which would be located in an area made up “predominantly with residential” property, including a nearby new development which is currently under construction between Heriot Street and Stanley Road.