Liverpool’s Cains brewery renovation to include boutique hotel

George Sell By George Sell
21 January 2015 | Updated 21 January 2015

UK: Plans to turn Liverpool’s historic Cains factory into a “brewery village” include a boutique hotel.

UK: Plans to turn Liverpool's historic Cains factory into a "brewery village" include a boutique hotel.

Cains is in talks with developers over the £150 million scheme, which will include a craft brewery, apartments and a boutique hotel created at the Stanhope Street site.

Proposals to overhaul the Cains site were passed by Liverpool council planners in November 2013, with work expected to have begun by the end of 2014.

Cains is working with consultancy firm Colliers International, which has recently opened a new office in Liverpool, on the project.

Andy Delaney, director of development consulting and agency at Colliers, said: "The Mayor and the city council have been very supportive of the development plans thus far and we hope that this support will continue as the Baltic Triangle area continues to evolve in such an exciting way. We believe that the wider area would benefit from investment in an improved public realm and transport links. For instance, the city council's Strategic Investment Framework highlighted the reopening of St James's station. If this could be achieved it would be a major boost; not only for our site, but the southern end of the waterfront, the Baltic Triangle and the surrounding neighbourhood."

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