CIF announces design team for the UK’s largest community development #DestinationBootle
This month SAFE Regeneration and Construction Impact Framework (CIF) announced the design team to begin works on SAFE Regenerations £33million Destination Bootle project. With the appointment of architects, structural engineers and M&E consultants to begin the design of this innovative and unique regeneration of one of Liverpool City Region’s historic areas.
Congratulations to the appointed design team!
Architectural services- Ellis Williams Architects
Structural Engineering services- Clancy Consulting
M&E services- SI Sealy and Associates
The project, which sits alongside a beautiful canal and is a stones throw from docklands, will comprise of community-led housing including a mix of affordable homes for families, shared ownership and extra-care accommodation. SAFE will provide a range of creative activities and services for the new neighbourhood and the scheme includes plans for both ground source heating/Solar PV system, meeting an estimated 99% of the site’s energy requirements along with a 15-20% reduction of energy bills for residents. The development will also boast new work units, leisure facilities, a canal-side eatery, guest accommodation, boat moorings & water-based heritage tours of the canal – it is a true jewel in the crown of Liverpool City Region.
Brian Dawe the CEO of SAFE said, ‘Everything we have achieved, we have done working in partnership. We believe that everyone deserves to live in a happy, healthy neighbourhood –we are excited to be part of a passionate community that is helping us to shape and create a neighbourhood for the future.”
Construction Impact Framework is proud to be working on a project that is completely dedicated to the social wellbeing of the local community. Together with SAFE we strive to help make communities safer, stronger, healthier and economically active, through ethical and financially transparent procurement.