Developer and investment firm, Mount Property Group, has today announced it has appointed Barton Group Services as construction partner on its latest Liverpool scheme, Innovo House.
Located on Devon Street in Liverpool’s up-and-coming Knowledge Quarter, the development is made up of 124 apartments, comprising 80 en-suite units & 44 studios. In addition to the apartments, the development will have a guest concierge, ground floor social space and bike storage.
Speaking about the appointment, Michael Chrysokhou, Managing Director of Liverpool-based Mount Property Group, said:
“I’m delighted to announce Barton as construction partner on the scheme and I’m looking forward to seeing Innovo House come to life over the coming months with ground works starting next month. This is our second scheme with Barton and so it’s great to build on the partnership.”
Matt Fawcett, Managing Director of Barton Group Services added:
“Kickstarting our second project with Mount Property Group builds on the successful and trusted partnership we have developed together. Innnovo sits only a stone’s throw away from our current scheme on site, Natex, both perfectly positioned within the Knowledge Quarter offering students high-end living accommodation.
“In addition to being appointed as management contractor on Innovo, we are also providing construction design and SHEQ services, so it’s a full team offering which is firmly rooted in providing reliable cost certainty and a truly transparent approach.”
The project is scheduled for completion in September 2020, ahead of the annual intake of students.
Founded in 2012, Mount Property Group is a Liverpool based property developer and investment company with five schemes currently in development.
It was announced in May this year that a Singaporean Institutional investor, Solibuild Group Holdings had invested an undisclosed sum into the Innovo scheme – the first time that Soilbuild has invested in the UK market in the company’s 40-year history. This highlights its confidence in the Liverpool student accommodation sector and the wider UK property market.