Bevington Falconer Chester Hall

Bevington Bush, Liverpool

  • Client

On the site of a derelict industrial building, this scheme will rise to 15 storeys in height and create almost 400 apartments. The scheme helps to redefine a main route into Liverpool City Centre from the north, creating a scale commensurate with the ambition of the city. The scheme is underpinned by basement parking and has extensive communal facilities spread throughout the blocks, from generous entrance lobbies to grandly entitled ‘sky gardens’, giving views to Liverpool’s historic waterfront. Green roofs will provide external space for residents.

  • Bevington Falconer Chester Hall

“We have taken inspiration from the site’s former use as a tannery in the design concept for the buildings to add visual interest. There will also be enhanced public realm and landscaping to help create an attractive environment around the development.”

Adam Hall, Managing Director, Falconer Chester Hall

The accommodation will be made up of 279 studio apartments, 80 one-bedroom units and 22 with two bedrooms. The studio and one-bedroom apartments have been designed to react to changes in market demand and have the flexibility to be combined into larger two and three-bedroom units if required.

Residents will also have access to a communal space and a gym, and there will be a single ground floor retail unit within the development.