Tucked away, just minutes away from the legendary Aintree racecourse, New Hall is a slice of Liverpool’s social history. A late Victorian estate, with properties both ready for commercial occupation and ripe for refurbishment, there’s real potential for a range of purposes.
Conceived in 1888 and originally known as Fazakerley Cottage Home, New Hall was opened in 1890 to house children from the West Derby Workhouse. The estate was designed as a model village, with two rows of cottages, each named after a type of tree, either side of a grand avenue. The village was completed with a central hall, which acted as chapel and school, as well as a swimming pool, infirmary and lodges – beautiful buildings which we are seeking to bring back to life with contemporary uses.
The original architects called them cottages; by our standards they are nice roomy Victorian houses with space enough for a couple of apartments, a single home, a selection of commercial spaces or the headquarters of a decent size enterprise. There’s variety of established uses including B1, D1 & D2, the opportunity to apply for further types of planning permission. Some projects may be eligible for a Business Premises Renovation Allowance.
We want to work with you to bring this set of important historic buildings back to life, to create a beautiful, bustling urban village. Current occupiers include the NHS, LCC, Fazakerley special needs and an amazing nursery in a great location, minutes from transport connections and Aintree University Hospital. The potential of New Hall is huge. Looking to develop new apartments? Looking for new office space? Want to join Urban Splash in making awesome things happen at New Hall? Get in touch!