THE site of a former town centre bank is set to be replaced by a multi-million pound apartments development topped by a deluxe roof top garden, complete with botanical planting.
Warrington planners have approved the six storey, 24,000 square metre development, which will create 39 one and two-bedroom rental properties at the heart of Warrington’s rapidly developing town centre.
The multi-million pound investment at the former Lloyds Bank on Town Hill originally received planning approval for 24 apartments with basement parking, but the new plans will make much more of the land, adding much needed quality homes to the area.
Property Developer Adam Jude of James Peacock Property explained the rationale for the expansion to the development and says the plans for the ambitious rooftop garden will be a first for the town.
“We are delighted to have received planning permission for 39 apartments at Town Hill.
“The roof top garden will be a wonderful addition to the town, encouraging nature to the area and provide an outdoor community space not seen in any previous Warrington development”
The aspirational homes will be situated on the site of a former bank, a stone’s throw from several train stations and the bus station, a perfect location for commuters to Liverpool and Manchester in 20 minutes and to London in just one hour 50 minutes.
London Based Interior Designers Gunter and Co will be responsible for ensuring the apartments boast cutting edge design, of the same quality finish that saw the Kings Court development adjacent to the new build fully let within just a few months.
This is the latest development for experienced property development and investment company James Peacock Property who were behind Kings Court.