Assetcorp deserves the sincerest congratulation for gaining planning for the construction of 11 storey building containing 72 one bedroom and 73 two bedroom apartments and retail units with associated works at 12 – 30 Parliament Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L8 5RW. The short term bridging loans will ensure that this privately funded project is completed in a period of 18 months.

The project will begin in April 2018, and it will be finished in late October 2019. The  short term bridging loans loans will enable the client to carry out the construction process without any hurdles. 1 structure, comprising 145 units will rise up to 11 storeys. 72 one-bedroom and 73 two-bedroom houses will be featured in this development. A total of 45 parking spaces will be developed by the client. The floor and the site area will cover 540 square meters and 1857 square meters.

 

 

Falconer Chester Hall Architects and Zerum Consult Limited have been assigned the role of the primary architecture firm and the primary planner for the development process respectively. The client will use bridging loans to stabilize the financial budget for all their ongoing construction processes. LAYER Landscape Architecture will serve as the lead landscape architecture firm, whereas WHR Property Consultants will join the project as the primary quantity surveyor.

Clancy Consulting will offer their consultancy services in the area of civil engineering and structural engineering. WHR Property Consultants will serve as the project manager for the entire construction process The contractors include Goodwin Construction, Thomas Plant Hire, and Easi-Edge Limited.

This project could be a high return option for investors and a high end address for future residents. The project’s developers and investors can easily avail capital from Hank Zarihs for making this big infrastructure aim a huge success. Moreover, with funding from HZA, they can get a high return on investment.

 

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