Old school housing: derelict plot to become site for new homes

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Published by Max Salsbury for 24dash.com in Local Government and also in Development, Housing

A council has proposed building over 160 new homes on the derelict site of a former school. The plans would see Liverpool City Council entering into an ‘Option Agreement’ with joint venture company Regeneration Liverpool to build 164 new houses on the site. The council has confirmed that none of the new homes will be for social rent. Queen Mary High School was declared surplus in 2004 and its buildings were demolished in 2007. The council is proposing to transfer the 12-acre site t...

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