Residential plans for seamen’s refuge approved
PLANS to convert an historic listed building in Liverpool city centre have been approved by the council's planning committee.
Windermere-based JCC Building Services, run by Paul and Susan Young, wants to convert the empty Chancery House, also known as the Gordon Smith Institute, into apartments.
The Flemish gothic-style building sits on the edge of Liverpool One in Paradise Street. It was built in 1899 to provide accommodation and other assistance to seafarers who had fallen on hard times.
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