Additional office space could be coming to Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle area under new plans submitted to the city council.
Proposals have been revealed to transform an unused warehouse unit and car repair workshop fronting Norfolk Street and Watkinson Street into an office complex with the capacity to house around 40 staff.
The plans call for the exterior of the building to remain unchanged while the ground floor is envisioned as a bar and restaurant.
A statement issued to the council’s planning department reads: “The Norfolk street elevation is to be retained as an existing workshop the current business however is to be subdivided, utilising Watkinson Street as the principle elevation for the office and cafe unit.
“The revenue from the development will help maintain the existing warehouse giving additional life and vibrancy to the area. This will be further supported as a place to work and socialise on the ground floor food bar.”
A total of 224 sq m of office space will be created on floors one to four if Liverpool City Council gives the plans the green light.