A Liver and kicking

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Liverpool has seen a surge of sector activity over the last year which has seen it become one of the UK's serviced apartment and aparthotel hotspots.

Epic Liverpool's planning application for a fourth property in the city - at Duke Street in the Chinatown area - follows a spate of new openings or project announcements.

OakNorth Bank has recently agreed a deal to finance the conversion of Liverpool's Corn Exchange building in to an aparthotel which will be operated by Staycity

An extension to the city's Hope Street Hotel will include aparthotel suites, subject to planning permission.

Owner David Brewitt has submitted plans for a scheme to add new floors to the Hope Street Hotel, adding another 12 rooms and 12 aparthotel suites by building extensions to the 1931 wings of the former Blind School, which he also owns.

And Signature Living's proposals to create a 39-bedroom aparthotel have been given the green light by Liverpool's planners. An application by the developer to regenerate the vacant One Arthouse Square building in the St Peter's section of the Ropewalks area has been approved by Liverpool City Council's planning committee. As well as the aparthotel, the project will include retail and F&B outlets.

Other recent projects in the city have been announced by Elliott Group, Alexander Ware and NR Capricornus.

Watch this space for all the latest news from Liverpool and other UK serviced apartment hubs as the sector continues to gather pace around the country.


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