Green light expected for second stage of Kings Dock transformation

The second development in Liverpool’s wider vision to transform Kings Dock, including over 100 new homes, is recommended for approval.Mixed-use proposals for apartments, offices and an ‘interpretation centre’ for the public to view the area’s masterplan will be considered by Liverpool City Council’s planning committee.If given the go-ahead, two new ... Read More...

Market highlights: New builds and newly renovated homes for 2018

Market highlights: New builds and newly renovated homes for 2018 Begin 2018 in a new build or newly renovated home Words by Natasha Young Welsh Streets, Liverpool, L8 This Victorian terraced home retains plenty of original character on the exterior, while inside it’s brimming with contemporary style.Large windows flood the free-flowing ground floor living areas ... Read More...

Autumn Budget: Chancellor abolishes Stamp Duty for first-time buyers

Chancellor Phillip Hammond has handed first-time buyers a major boost in today's (22 November) Budget.Stamp Duty has been abolished with immediate effect on properties priced up to £300,000 for those purchasing their first home.According to the Chancellor this will benefit 95% of first-time buyers who pay the tax.Meanwhile, first-time buyers ... Read More...

Should heritage sites be repurposed to meet Liverpool’s housing needs?

Should heritage sites be repurposed to meet Liverpool's housing needs? A city long renowned for its plethora of stunning architecture, Liverpool boasts the greatest concentration of Grade II-listed buildings of anywhere outside of London. With the demand for new homes as pressing as ever and past high-profile residential conversions of character ... Read More...