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Various 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments Available

New Build Development in a Prime Location

Simple Purchase Process with Different Payment Options

Ideal For City Living / Investors / First Time Buyers

Prices Start from £101,480 with 10 Year Build Warrenty

Furniture Packs Available

Modern Urban Living - Elegant, Efficient and Stylish

Car Parking Spaces Available

Fob Entry System and CCTV Throughout

23.60m2 Balcony

The Metalworks has been designed for modern urban living – elegant, efficient and stylish.

The developers are creating a mix of beautifully designed one bed and two bed aparments along with two bed duplex apartments in two striking buildings on the edge of Liverpool’s vibrant commercial district and at the gateway to the city’s most exciting regeneration zone. They have picked the right spot and matched it with the right product and fashioned the perfect package.
The Metalworks sits on the edge of one of Europe’s most exciting and dynamic city centres.

Liverpool is a city with a global brand and reputation and it is also one of the UK’s fastest growing city economies. It’s World Heritage waterfront is internationally recognized and is being transformed by record levels of investment.
With a rich cultural and sporting heritage, thriving night-life and award-winning restaurants, Liverpool is one of the UK’s top five visitor destinations.
Home to expanding universities, cutting-edge digital companies and global brands, Liverpool has become one of the UK’s most attractive destinations for international investors.

Liverpool’s international cultural standing was recognized when the City was awarded European Capital of Culture 2008 and subsequently designated a UNESCO World City of Music.
Liverpool ONE was one of the biggest city centre retail developments ever delivered in the UK, putting Liverpool in the country’s top five shopping destinations.
One of the world’s great sporting cities, Liverpool is home to the internationally renowned Grand National horse race, two of England’s most successful ever football teams and is the only region in the UK to boast two Open Championship golf courses.

Liverpool has witnessed massive and rapid growth in the last decade. A strong underlying economy and an outstanding lifestyle offer have stimulated record levels of development and continuing high demand in the PRS sector. A massive demand for urban living has driven a ten-fold increase in city living in the last 15 years.

With demand outstripping supply, residents and investors are looking for new opportunities in fast-changing urban neighbourhoods close to the city centre and waterfront.

One Bedroom Apartments - Efficiently-designed kitchen and bathroom.
Living area & bedroom with feature fully glazed exterior elevation and commanding views over Liverpool cityscape.

2 Bedroom Apartments - Generous-sized living, kitchen and dining area.
Two double bedrooms, two bathrooms with walk in wardrobes. Commanding city views.

Specifciation of the Apartments –
Envelope energy performance:
Air Permeability:
To meet the standards contained within Approved Document L1a 2013 supported by SBEM
Calculations, as approved by the chosen Building Control officer.

Ground Floors: 0.2W/M2K:
Insulated ground bearing concrete floors with structural screed. Threshold strips and edge cappings to be stainless steel.

Separating Floors:
Main structure to be steel frame supporting concrete/metal deck composite floor.
Floor to meet Acoustic and Fire specialist’s reports and specifications.

Ceilings:
Ceilings to underside of separating floors to be part of the acoustic construction build-up finished with plasterboard fixed to MF system (resilient bar/ acoustic hangers), skimmed and painted white.
Finishing layer to ceilings to W.C and Kitchenette to be 12.5mm moisture resistant plasterboard, skimmed, painted white.

External Walls: 0.2W/M2K:
Main structure to be steel frame with light weight insulated SFS infill panels with cement particle board to external face and 2 layers of plasterboard to finished face, MR board to outermost layer in kitchens and WC’s.
Insulated rain-screen cladding systems.

Ext. windows and doors: 1.8W/M2K:
Powder coated thermally broken aluminium door and window units, RAL colour t.b.c.
Glazing – 28mm double glazed sealed units with G-Value co-efficient to be determined by M&E Consultant. Toughened/ Laminated to British Standards in appropriate locations.
Multi Point security locks on door and window units.

Internal stud walls:
Residential party walls to be twin metal stud partitions with 2no. layers of plasterboard to each side with skim finish, insulated internally. Constructed to provide acoustic and fire separation levels in accordance with statutory requirements.
Metal stud partitions to form W.C to receive 12.5mm plasterboard (Moisture Resistant) to outermost layer.
Joints taped and filled.
Emulsion paint finish - mist coat and top coat.

Internal doors, architraves and skirtings:
Veneer finish solid core doors with paint grade h/w lipping within s/w frames. Fire resistance and smoke seals in accordance with the overall Fire Strategy.
Softwood frames & linings to be painted white.

Ironmongery:
All external ironmongery is to be satin stainless steel.
All internal ironmongery to be satin anodised aluminium
Fire doors are to be fitted with fully adjustable overhead door closers, with the exception of fire doors within apartments.
Cleaners’ cupboards, service risers, etc. are normally kept locked shut. Door operating forces to comply with BS8300 Paragraph 6.3.2 for self closing Single Swing Doors.
Internal doors generally shall be provided with 1½ pairs of concealed bearing hinges, satin stainless steel, Grade 13 to BS EN 1935:2002. All hinges intended for use on fire resistant doorsets to be in accordance with BS EN 1935:2002 Annex B. All hinges intended for use on burglar resistant/ security doorsets to be in accordance with BS EN 1935:2002 Annex C.

Heating and ventilation system:
Heat interface unit in each apartment.
Surface mounted radiators, with local thermostat and timer controls.
Ventilation to W.C’s to be 15l/s ventilation rate.
Living spaces to residential units to be ventilated with background and natural ventilation.
Kitchen extract to 30l/s.

Lighting:
Low energy / LED lighting where possible CAT 2 fittings.
Room motion sensors and zoning of lighting scheme to common areas.
Emergency fittings as required by British standards.

Power and Data:
Data and power outlets, quantity in-line with good codes of practice.
Cat 5e net cable only for WiFi network, (Equipment by tenant).

Fire detection:
BS 9251 Sprinkler system fitted to all areas.
Classification of detection and alarm system to be agreed with appointed sub-contractor.
Fire Extinguishers & blankets.

Security:
External and internal CCTV camera locations, in common areas and linked to reception desk.
Pedestrian access through ground floor main entrance and car park access doors to reception by means of fob.
Vehicular access to car park by means of separate fob.
Emergency exit doors fitted with alarms and monitored by CCTV.

Kitchen:
White goods and surfaces included, excluding dishwasher.
Wood effect flooring.

Bedroom:
Fitted carpets.
Built-in wardrobe.

Bathroom:
Tile effect flooring.
Toilet, shower tray, sink and vanity cupboard.
Car

Location –
Liverpool’s economy is the fastest growing outside of London generating £17 billion per year. It’s one of the North West’s core cities and principal regional economic drivers. It has a population of over 465,000 people (the 4th largest population in the UK) and is a major employment centre, with 13,500 businesses and some 186,000 jobs.
The strength of Liverpool’s economy is evidenced by the calibre of companies it attracts. Sony, Jaguar Land Rover and Grosvenor are all major investors in Liverpool.
Network Rail and Liverpool City Region are investing £340 million in the Liverpool City Region rail network to deliver more efficient and reliable railways by 2019.
The new direct flight from the North-west to China on Hainan Airlines will facilitate smoother visitor entry. It is expected to generate an estimated economic boost of £250m, greatly benefitting Liverpool in terms of productivity gains for businesses, trade stimulation and inward investments.
Vast regeneration schemes, which have dominated the city, have encouraged an abundance of young professionals, wanting to live in the cultural city. Liverpool has therefore seen a huge supply/demand imbalance, with less than two thirds of the homes in the region actually being built. This has therefore seen a knock on effect on rental income, with landlords generating all-time high yields.
The National Housing Federation also forecast private rental costs in Liverpool to rise, with growth forecast to reach as high as 22% by 2021. The two biggest developments have gone on to become the two most popular tourist attractions and features of the city: The Albert Dock and Liverpool ONE.
Liverpool2, UK’s most central deep water terminal located at the Port of Liverpool, will allow global services to connect with Liverpool by enlarging the current capacity. The £500m investment will add £5 billion gross value to the local economy and create over 5000 jobs.
Liverpool is the UK’s second city for wealth management and a leading European centre for pharmaceuticals and bio-sciences with world-class research institutions and leading international companies Novartis and Eli Lilly, Unilever and Bristol Myers Squibb based in the city region.
Liverpool currently boasts one of the highest average rental yields within the UK, with yields of up to 7-8%, outperforming the average found in London at 4.86%.
The University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University and Liverpool Hope University have over 70,000 students between them. Liverpool has one of the highest student retention rates in the UK, with six out of ten students staying in employment in the city, which boosts rental demand in the city even further.

Important Notice to Purchasers:
*We endeavour to make our sales fair, accurate and reliable but these are only a general guide and they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or facts. We do not guarantee or test any services, systems or appliances listed in the specification as to their operating or efficiency ability, we therefore strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalizing their offer to purchase. All measurements that are stated are only intended as guidance only and are not precise, you should therefore verify the dimensions carefully before ordering any built-in furniture, carpets or laminates.
*Intending purchasers please note that you will be asked to produce some identification documentation at a later stage as part of the anti-money laundering regulations, we therefore please ask for your co-operation in this matter so that there will be no delays in agreeing a sale for the property.
*These are issued in good faith but do not constitute representations of fact or form part of any offer or contract. The matters referred to in these should be independently verified by prospective buyers. Neither Red Rooves Limited nor any of its employees or agents has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property. Your home is at risk if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other loans secured against it.

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Descriptions of the property are subjective and are used in good faith as an opinion and NOT as a statement of fact. Please make further specific enquires to ensure that our descriptions are likely to match any expectations you may have of the property. We have not tested any services, systems or appliances at this property. We strongly recommend that all the information we provide be verified by you on inspection, and by your Surveyor and Conveyancer.