RECO Build close to completing £400,000 project in Liverpool conservation area


RECO Build is only weeks away from finishing a £400,000 regeneration project of a brown field site in a conservation area in Liverpool that will make way for an in-keeping Tesco outlet by the U.K.’s leading retailer and a William Hill betting shop.

The national construction company is building two units in featured stone with a natural slate roof in the village of West Derby, Liverpool. The leafy village is a conservation area and was mentioned in the 1086 Domesday Book. The site was an unused plot of rubble and overgrown shrubs.

Colne-based RECO Build is gaining a solid reputation taking on construction works in conservation areas and with listed buildings, always adhering to council planners’ requirements and local residents’ concerns.

RECO Build recently finished the conversion of a rundown pub in Rotherham that was also in a conservation area, turning the former bar into a Tesco Express store.

“Whilst it is a modern building, the two storey front elevation is in keeping with the surrounding area,” said RECO Build Managing Director Nick Richardson. “It is being built with a mindful eye on the conservation area status.”

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