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Elevate Braced to Start Major Derby Development

Residential property developer Elevate Property Group are set to commence work on their second major East Midlands development as the Liversage Street scheme in Derby takes shape.

Strategically located close to Derby Railway Station, the 1.55-acre site development is split into two phases, offering a mixture of studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments. A total of 272 apartments are planned for the scheme.

David Hofton, Sales and Marketing Director at Elevate Property Group, said: “Elevate Property Group’s reputation for delivering a quality product with an enhanced specification means that those looking for city living in Derby really do have something to look forward to when the construction programme gets underway.

“We anticipate that Liversage Street will appeal as much to [the] first-time buyer as to downsizers and investors, indeed anyone looking for attractive accommodation in an ideal location for those working in the city centre or commuting via rail.”

Elevate have been working on proposals to develop the land for the Liversage Street scheme since 2018, and are still in discussion over the final decisions.

BDP Architects have worked alongside Elevate, BACE Construction Consultants and planning advisers Ridge & Partners to design the scheme.

Commenting on the project; Tom Hewitt, Architect Director at BDP Architects, said: “Liversage Street is an historic manufacturing and residential area, and the former site of a sawmill, which has seen successive change over the past 200 years.

“Our design picks up on contextual references, with the vertical alignment of windows and classic industrial warehouse-style, as well as the use of red brick with curved corner features.

“We identify Liversage Street as part of a reinvented and growing community and the new homes will be ideally located between the city centre and the railway station, contributing a valuable new source of quality housing in central Derby.”

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