Welcome to Ovatus, the tallest skyscraper development in Liverpool.
Ovatus I and II is a residential development comprising two towers at a significant gateway to Liverpool Waterfront and the city centre.
The 48-storey Ovatus II will provide more than 500 homes in a mix of 1-bed, 2-bed and 3-bed apartments.
Ovatus I, the 27-storey building adjacent to Ovatus II, was approved by Liverpool City Council in 2017.
Local developer 122 Old Hall Street Ltd expects to submit a planning application for Ovatus II in summer 2018, after carrying out an environmental impact assessment (EIA) of the proposal. Before that happens, we look forward to hearing your views.
The project team comprises Indigo Planning (planning consultants and EIA), Hodder + Partners (architects), WSP (engineers and environmental consultants), Planit Intelligent Environments (landscape architects) and Stephen Levrant Heritage Architecture (conservation and heritage).
Ovatus I and Ovatus II will provide high quality residential options to meet growing demand.
Ovatus II will be an architectural landmark and the tallest building in Liverpool; it has been designed by award winning architects Hodder + Partners.
The elliptical shape of the towers means that each apartment has great views, whether across the Mersey, out to the Irish Sea or over the world famous city.
Enhanced landscaping and community areas;
New public space between the buildings will be created for everybody to enjoy.
The development of new homes has been proven to contribute positively to the economy, not only through construction jobs, but by the value that residents bring through spending and working locally.
Tell us what you think
Our public exhibition takes place on Monday 21st May 2018, but you can also comment using the form – please send to firstname.lastname@example.org or Indigo Planning, St James’ Tower, 7 Charlotte Street, Manchester, M1 4DZ, by Monday 4th June 2018.
Please provide us with your comments on the proposed Ovatus II scheme. Your comments will be taken in to consideration before submitting our planning application to the Council later this year.