A former hat manufacturing and residential unit. Planning application has been approved for demolition of the side and rear sections of the property, to rebuild where necessary and convert the existing residential unit to create 11 flats (7 x 1 bed and 4 x studio flats). Currently the retained residential units are being used by NVQ students so that up to 8 students can be accommodated. When the remainder is developed this site will able to accommodate up to 20-25 students at any one time.
This is a former Victorian mill building which will be converted into residential units, and has the capacity to have up to 25 NVQ students at any one time.
A 21 bedroom fully operational hotel, consisting of 12 en-suite rooms, situated directly off the main promenade in Blackpool will be utilised for approximately 18-20 NVQ students at any one time to obtain their final qualification.
A former office building comprising of 16 office suites and meeting spaces, to be converted to residential units. The building was purchased at an auction in September 2014. It has the capacity to have up to 25 NVQ students at any one time.
Richmond Court is a residential block of 27 flats built in 1970. It was originally a development of 24 flats but another 3 ground floor flats were added at a later date. It can accommodate up to 20 NVQ students at any one time.
The Former Eastpoint Centre is currently a vacant secondary school and day care centre situated within 5.4 acres. Our proposals will be to carry out full demolition of existing buildings and redevelopment into mixed use site – a care home together with residential dwellings.
A 75 bed care home will be located to the site frontage onto Burgoyne Road and the balance of the site will accommodate a mix of family houses and apartments – totalling approximately 75 dwellings (34 houses and 41 apartments).