The Baltic Triangle in Liverpool is home to the Grade II-listed Heaps Mill, a former rice works dating back to the 1880’s. We’ve been part of a team working on designs to regenerate this historic building and the surrounding area in the most sensitive way possible.
Our conservation team have carried out extensive surveys and drawn up proposals to sensitively convert the building. Deemed a dangerous structure, with restricted access, we carried out vital surveys and heritage cataloguing using state of the art drones. Meanwhile, our new build team has been designing five new blocks up to 14-storeys high and our civil engineering team has supported with public realm infrastructure.
Planning was obtained in 2018 and once completed, Heaps Mill will be transformed from a derelict wasteland into a community of over 750 private rented apartments.
Site regeneration, creating a legacy for the benefit of the local community
The Strength behind the "Heritage" Building
A sensitive restoration of a Grade I-listed house
Repairing and refurbishing two Grade I-listed buildings in London’s finest Georgian square.