Railway Hotel, Newton-le-Willows

Client

Torus

Project cost

£1.8m

Location

Breightmet

Project Description

Delivery of 15 new affordable apartments

BTP acted as architects for the £1.8m redevelopment of the former Railway Hotel in Newton-le-Willows, transforming it into 15 new affordable homes. Working alongside contractors HMS and client Torus, the project entailed demolishing the long-vacant pub.

Despite its position within the Earlestown conservation area, BTP’s heritage specialists showcased that replacing the derelict pub with well-designed apartments, in harmony with the local vernacular, would enhance the area.

The new development, now named Railway Court, not only revitalizes the local community but also provides much-needed affordable one- and two-bedroom apartments in the town centre.

Key Features

High specification affordable apartments

Demolition of disused building

Conservation area

Regeneration of local area

Low carbon, energy efficient build

Incorporates solar PV panels

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