Liverpool serviced apartments given planning consent

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UK: A serviced apartment project at the Coopers Building on Liverpool’s Church Street has been given the green light by planners.

The proposal was approved by Liverpool City Council’s latest virtual planning committee.

The application from Dorset Projects is to convert the upper floors of the building in Liverpool’s Church Street into 77 serviced apartments.

Coopers Building sits between Natwest and Next within Liverpool’s prime shopping district, with River Island taking up its ground floor. The upper levels housed office space until 2014.

Northern Ireland-based developer Dorset Projects intends to create studio and one-bedroom apartments across floors three to six, including a reception and fitness room on the third floor.

The building still contains heritage features from its time housing the Cooper & Co department store up to 1972. Dorset is advised by Broadgrove Planning & Development and architect Studio4 Design.



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