skip to page content

Property index

Council land and property for sale or rent.

Select a card for more details and to register interest.

For any general enquiries please contact us using developerenquiries@liverpool.gov.uk

Various Land and Property under the CAT programme

CAT assets open to EOIEoi

Various Land and Property under the CAT programme

The following four assets are included in the CAT programme

1. Land at Mulgrave Street, L8

2. Monument Place Public Conveniences, L3

3. Adlam Park Sports Pavilion, L10

4. Land at Jubilee Drive, L7

If there is a property you are interest not on the above list please contact CAT@liverpool.gov.uk with details of the Council owned site you are interested in and a Council officer will carry out the necessary due diligence to determine if the asset is eligible to be part of the programme.

Prior to submitting a Expression for Interest through the submission link on the CAT webpage please thoroughly review the policy document specifically the eligibility/criteria section.

Liverpool City Council is offering this unique opportunity to acquire a Council asset via leases under the Community Use and Asset Transfer Policy (CAT). The Community Use and Asset Transfer policy was approved by cabinet on 24 June 2022. The policy seeks to provide clarity for council officers, members and the third sector about the council’s approach to community transfers.

The aim of the policy is to support the third sector to ensure all proposals for Community Transfer help to deliver the Councils overall vision for Liverpool – in line with the objectives of the Council Plan and the City Plan. This includes the need to deliver against the Mayor’s ‘triple local’ – which makes social value, environmental impact and equality and inclusion central to all council decisions. The Council recognise that no single organisation is able to bring about the necessary transformative change in areas of the city. Partners, including communities, can work together better – combining their resources and aligning public service delivery, in pursuit of shared aims and outcomes.

The Council wants to help third sector groups whose primary purpose in using a council asset is to offer Liverpool residents social, community, culture and/or environmental benefits. Therefore, it is fully committed to supporting local communities who have bold and innovative ideas for using buildings and space differently, or for ensuring that much loved community services can thrive.

All information on the policy including eligibility, application process, evaluation process, community benefit criteria etc can be found on the designated Community Asset Transfer page here - liverpool.gov.uk/cat 

The following assets have been approved by cabinet to be included in the first phase of the CAT programme.

  1. Land at Mulgrave Street, L8 – approx. 180sq.m grassed land
  2. Monument Place Public Conveniences, L3 – purpose build hexanol single storey purpose-built structure. Approx. 128sq.m
  3. Adlam Park Sports Pavilion, Adlam Park, L10 – Purpose built single storey building on hardstanding floor incorporating changing rooms, showers, toilets, games room and office. Approx. 249sq.m
  4. Land on Jubilee Drive, L7 – approx. 164sq.m vacant grassed land between two residential houses enclosed by a brick wall and metal fencing

 

  • Empty home
  • industrial
  • land
  • residential
  • leisure
  • office
  • retail
Former Olive Mount Hospital, Old Mill Lane, Wavertree, Liverpool, L15 8LW

TBCFor Sale

Former Olive Mount Hospital, Old Mill Lane, Wavertree, Liverpool, L15 8LW

COMING SOON TO THE MARKET - FOR SALE BY WAS OF INFORMAL TEDNER 

Former Olive Mount Hospital, Old Mill Lane

The site is split over three properties within its grounds all of which stand empty. Some of the properties have had various extensions built over the years. The buildings at Olive Mount were utilised as a former hospital and part of the Manor house is grade II listed, all the buildings have fallen into disrepair.

 

COMING SOON TO THE MARKET - FOR SALE BY WAY OF INFORMAL TENDER

Description/Background:


The site is split over three properties within its grounds all of which stand empty. Some of the properties have had various extensions built over the years. The buildings at Olive Mount were utilised as a former hospital and part of the Manor house is grade II listed, all the buildings have fallen into disrepair.

The site will be disposed of by way of an informal tender, the interested parties should put forward their expression of interest based on a reasonable market value offer. Their expression of interest should include the following:

  • Financial Offer (How much the interested party are prepared to pay for the site)
  • Proposed Scheme details/plans
  • Timescale for completion
  • Whether contact with the local planning department has been made
  • Proposed use of the site

 It should be noted that there will be strict deadlines in place to make sure any proposed scheme that is granted is adhered to and work is commenced in a timely fashion. There will be a clause for the Council to acquire the property back if these deadlines are not adhered to. The reasoning behind this is to make sure the area is developed and made better for the surrounding and potentially new residents.

A timeframe will be made available when the site is formally marketed.

 

Site details:


Olive Mount is split over three properties within its grounds all of which stand empty. Some of the properties have had various extensions built over the years.
Manor House which was utilised as a former hospital part of which is grade ll listed totalling approximately 1,614 sq.m (GIA) and 617 sq.m (GEA) split over four floors.

Attendant’s house totalling approximately 222 sq.m (GIA) and 143 sq.m (GEA) split over two floors.

Lodge/Ruin measures approximately 74 sq.m (GEA) which includes a gas cupboard and electric cupboard.

The site can be accessed off Old Mill Lane via double gates, as the site is located on a private road. The road is shared with Milstead School and the Former Hesketh House.

 

FINANCIAL OFFER:

Liverpool City Council would consider all offers based on reasonable market value. In compliance with s123 of the Local Government Act 1972 the Council must achieve best value/consideration for all disposals.

 

 

RATES:

Please contact the below website for further information on business rates - https://liverpool.gov.uk/business/business-rates/.


PLANNING:

Interested parties should also make themselves aware of relevant planning policy relating to primarily residential area (policy H7) in this location, including the Liverpool City Local Plan -

The Liverpool Local Plan 2013–2033 - Liverpool City Council/

 

The Planning Authority provide a pre-application service, details of which are on the attached link below.  Any planning enquiries should be made through this process -  

www.liverpool.gov.uk/business/planning-and-building-control/preparing-an-application/our-pre-application-service

 

ADDITIONAL COSTS:

All disposals are subject to the payment of the City Councils surveyor’s fees at 1% (subject to a minimum of £10,000.00 (ten thousand pounds) and legal fees £5,000.00 (five thousand pounds).

 

CONSIDERATIONS:

The Council is seeking expressions of interest from interested parties on the site at Old Mill Lane.

 

FORMAL OFFERS & SUBMISSION PROCESS:

1) The Council is not bound to accept the highest or any offer made;

2) The Council reserves the right to shortlist the submitted offers pending future negotiation;

3) The Council reserves the right to end the tender process at any time.

4) Interested parties will be expected to complete and pass the Councils Due Diligence process.

 

FURTHER INFORMATION AND VIEWINGS:

Dates for viewing of the site will be confirmed when the site is fully marketed.

All enquiries and for further information please contact: 

Email address: Ryan.Williams@liverpool.gov.uk 

Liverpool City Council, Cunard Building, Water Street, Liverpool, L3 1A

This email address is for enquiries only, please note – there will be no response with regards to this site until marketing commences.

  • Empty home
  • industrial
  • land
  • residential
  • leisure
  • office
  • retail
Under Offer TENDER CLOSED! 208, 210, 212, 216-218 Walton Breck Road and Land to rear known as former 63-65 Donaldson Street

TENDER NOW CLOSED - Expressions of Interest for redevelopment of retail paradeEoi

TENDER CLOSED! 208, 210, 212, 216-218 Walton Breck Road and Land to rear known as former 63-65 Donaldson Street

Investment opportnity to redevelop/refurbish a parade of retail units plus additonal land at rear. Liverpool City Council are seeking expressions of interest from individuals, businesses/developers, and community organisations, in acquiring and developing these premises. In particular, it wishes to facilitate local and independent businesses to the area to create a new commercial offer and community facilities for the locality.

The property comprises four two-story retail units, one three-storey retail unit and the cleared land to the rear of these properties. The premises are constructed of brick with a pitched slate roof. The premises at ground floor are appropriate for retail, leisure and community use and possible office use (with the exception of bookmakers). The upper floors are appropriate for similar uses as well as residential use. The land to the rear provides opportunities for car parking and servicing off street and the potential expansion of the existing premises.

The units are in an overall poor condition and require refurbishment to bring the units back in to viable use. Floor plans undertaken by the Council are available on request. Further surveys by interested parties is also recommended.

Please note properties 214 and 220 Walton Breck Road are not included.

The Council is seeking submissions from both interested parties of various residential, commercial, retail and office use. In particular the Council wishes to explore approaches from:

  • Submissions that provide new retail, leisure, community uses, and offices, at ground floor interfacing and animating Walton Breck Road.
  • Efficient use of upper floors for similar mixed uses and/or residential uses.
  • Proposals from small and independent businesses wishing to start and expand their operations.
  • Proposals to redevelop individual units or the majority of the parade.
  • High quality design and materials with key corner building providing a visual marker.
  • Utilising the site to accommodate car parking and servicing off street accessed from side streets.
  • Any new build components must respect current building scale and not exceed three storeys.
  • Development to provide suitable interface to respect the amenity of neighbouring residential properties.
  • Facilitate public realm enhancement of adjacent public footways

  • Empty home
  • industrial
  • land
  • residential
  • leisure
  • office
  • retail
Sort order
Category filters
Rent / Buy / Auction