With currently 1,435 units under construction and
having completed several new build and refurbishment
projects, we are a Development Company with
a proven track record of providing quality housing.

Our experience in delivering these projects is a
key factor in the growth as a company with a pipeline
of 1,050 units anticipated by end of 2017

With currently 1,435 units under construction and
having completed several new build and refurbishment
projects, we are a Development Company with
a proven track record of providing quality housing.

Our experience in delivering these projects is a
key factor in the growth as a company with a pipeline
of 1,050 units anticipated by end of 2017

As CEO & Founder of Mount Property Group, Michael
established Mount property group in 2012. His vision
and passion to create unrivalled property investment
oppurtunities has led the group to its success.

The Company are currently undertaking many Developments some of which include:

The Company are currently undertaking many Developments some of which include:

  • Darmonds Green Anfield home of Liverpool
    Football Club and an exciting Development
    of three storey town Houses within an
    established residential setting.
  • Camden Street, demolition of the extensive
    dilapidated buildings to create a Student
    Development which will be sited within a one
    minute walk to the elegant St Georges Hall,
    Liverpool Museum and the Walker Art Gallery,
    ours is a Student Development consisting of
    44 Student Units fitted with everything a
    University Student would require with modern
    spacious Communal areas and underground
    storage and Cycle Parking seamlessly adjoining
    architectural magnificence with modern student
    accommodation needed for Inner City Education.
  • London Road Phase 2 this will further Develop
    a further 60 Units adjacent to Camden Street.
  • Salisbury Place is a vibrant gated Development in
    Residential Liverpool comprising of 70 units being
    built to our usual high standard in a landscaped
    Development of Studio, One bedroom and Two
    Bedroom Apartments with parking for every unit
    resident on site.
  • Manchester upon Regent Road in Salford this
    Development of 525 units will be made up of
    various Dwellings and commercial premises.
  • St James Point Liverpool – Set within the Quarter
    of Liverpool containing Cains there are 296 Units
    within the Development which will consist of One
    Bedroom Two Bedroom and Studio Apartments.
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Our experience in delivering these projects is a key
factor in the growth as a company with a pipeline
of 1,050 units anticipated by end of 2017

Our experience in delivering these projects is a key
factor in the growth as a company with a pipeline
of 1,050 units anticipated by end of 2017

News
£1.5bn plan is Sheffield’s ‘biggest ever’

Sheffield’s biggest ever development project has been unveiled – a £1.5bn plan to transform the area around Midland station.

The hugely ambitious project would see the closure of Park Square roundabout and Sheaf Street – the dual carriageway that runs in front of the station – would swap places with the tram route that runs behind.

A huge, landscaped pedestrian bridge would link Park Hill with Howard Street and the multi-storey car park on Turner Street would be demolished and moved further away.

It would be replaced by an office block – one of up to 12 planned in the ‘Sheffield Valley’ zone, including four outside the station, employing up to 3,000 people.

Up to 1,000 homes – flats and houses – could also be built.

The total cost of the 20-year scheme is estimated at £1.5bn, dwarfing the £480m Heart of the City II development.

Mazher Iqbal, cabinet member for business and development, said the plan was to maximise the economic potential of the area and make the most of HS2.

“This is the biggest, most ambitious and most expensive development project Sheffield has seen.

“This is about making the most of HS2 and Northern Powerhouse Rail and unlocking private sector development to bring in businesses and jobs.

“It will transform the Sheaf Valley and visitors’ arrival at the station, join Park HIll with the city, connect the station with Heart of the City II and create an entire new quarter for Sheffield.”

The new tram route would run from Fitzalan Square, along Pond Street, stop outside the station and continue along Suffolk Road to Granville Square.

The bus station on Pond Street would be reduced in size to make room for the tram tracks and offices on stilts potentially built on top.

Park Square roundabout and Sheaf Street would become a park and link into the Grey to Green scheme at Victoria Quays, Castlegate and West Bar.

Coun Iqbal said the council would co-ordinate the project. Funding could come from several organisations including the city council, HS2, SYPTE, Transport for the North, Network Rail, Sheffield City Region and the Department for Transport. But the bulk of the costs – up to £1bn – would be from the private sector, which would build the offices, restaurants, bars and potentially a hotel.

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