Aparthotel conversion on the cards for Liverpool office building

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UK: Truman Court, an office building in Liverpool’s city centre, could be converted in to an aparthotel.

Developer Alexander Ware has lodged a planning application with Liverpool City Council to change the use of the building on Trueman Street, which was formerly part of the administrative offices of Threlfalls Brewery.

The three-storey building has 7,212 square feet of gross internal floorspace. Following the proposed conversion, this area would increase to 7,788 square feet although the external appearance of the property would be retained.

Each apartment will feature a large living room/kitchen area, a large bedroom and a Jacuzzi bathroom.

A planning design and access statement by Alexander Ware said: "This scheme will provide high-quality hotel rooms right within the city centre. As the city continues to attract more visitors, it is vital that the necessary demand for accommodation is provided. The area is a hotspot for commercial and leisure facilities ensuring all tourist attractions are easily accessible. The scheme will look to make use of the existing building with a newly built extension."

Liverpool has become something of a development hotpost over the last year, with numerous schemes being announced or opening.


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