Work Begins on Ecclesiastical Renovation

Work Begins on Ecclesiastical Renovation

Work is now under to renovate and convert one of Waterloos oldest building, the historic Welsh Presbyterian Church.

Set on the corner of Crosby Road North and Sandringham Road in Liverpool, Frank Rogers Developments, working alongside sister company, Frank Rogers Contractors, has begun a programme of redevelopment that will transform the iconic building into eight luxury homes.

A highly sympathetic restoration, all original features will be retained and restored where possible, creating a series of unique dwellings in the heart of the town. Under the ambitious plans, three houses and three apartments will be created within the church building, with two apartments in the former annex and a further two in the former caretakers building.

Frank Rogers purchased the building in 2007 as the global recession began to take its toll on the UK economy and housing market. With signs of movement within the industry and a more positive outlook, Frank Rogers took the decision to postpone the development until now.

Dean Rogers Managing Director of Frank Rogers said;

“This is a truly stunning building that will truly benefit from a thorough, professional and careful programme of restoration. The church has so many incredible features which we aim to enhance through our works.

“We’ve created some incredibly impressive plans with our architects that have enabled us to create a number of unique homes, positioned in a fantastic location. The high end finish, attention to detail and first class fixtures and fittings will, we believe, drive strong interest within the local market, attracting a broad range of buyers”

2015-05-15T14:48:59+00:00May 13th, 2015|News|0 Comments