First images revealed of the regeneration plans for Stonedale Crescent in Croxteth, Liverpool
Gillespies, supported by partners Hemingway Design, Cushman & Wakefield and Ekosgen, have created a high-level, transformational masterplan that will replace the post-war Stonedale Crescent estate, on the northern fringe of the city.
The overall masterplan includes the regeneration of existing homes and the introduction of around 170 high-quality homes, new community facilities and open spaces, as well as the remodelling of a number of connecting streets and alleyways.
The project aims to improve living standards for residents of the Stonedale Crescent estate, which was awarded a £415,000 government regeneration grant last year.
Stonedale Crescent has the potential to become a sustainable community with a strong local ‘heart’ that will serve an integrated neighbourhood. The creation of a safe and attractive green network of spaces will provide a healthy range of parks, gardens and connections to facilities and attractions in the broader locality, with the aim of positioning Stonedale Crescent as a neighbourhood renowned for healthy green lifestyle opportunities.
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