New Plans To Redevelop Piccadilly Gardens Feature Shops And A Ten-Storey Roof Terrace

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New plans have been submitted to redevelop a disused building on the edge of Piccadilly Gardens this week, according to Place North West.

Trafalgar Leisure has submitted plans for a ten storey block, which will include shops, offices and 'leisure' space.

The site is situated on Lever Street on the edge of the gardens, partly occupied by a newsagent, and adjacent to Wetherspoons.

Image: Place North West / Trafalgar Leisure

The project has been designed by architect Stuart Palmer, who has proposed that the current three-storey facade of number 47 will remain intact.

Part of the new build will be ten storeys, opening out onto a roof terrace overlooking Piccadilly Gardens.

Image: Place North West / Trafalgar Leisure

The 50,000 sq ft building will feature retail and leisure in the basement and ground floors.

Plans are currently underway to resolve issues with Piccadilly Gardens, after grass was implemented and then almost immediately dug up.

Feature Credit: Place North West / Trafalgar Leisure

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