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1m vision for Tyrers building From St Helens Star THE mystery surrounding the future of the former Tyrers store has ended after luxury developers purchased the iconic building and vowed to transform it with a 1million investment, the Star can reveal.

The Bridge Street premises has been empty since January when the independent department store closed its doors after 128 years of trading. In what represents a boost for St Helens town centre, the five storey building has been bought by development company Luxor Group, which plans to convert the upper floors into one burberry luggage and two bedroom luxury apartments. The basement and ground floor space will be retained for retail. The exterior faade and features of the building will be retained, with the developers revamping the back of the building and adding decorative exterior lighting. Paul Nicholson, managing director of Luxor Group, said: "We are proud to have an opportunity to save such an iconic building with so much heritage. "Tyrers was an institution to the people of Merseyside and we are excited to bring the building back to life by creating functional living space and attracting a grade A tenant for the retail space. "There was a real danger that the building could have laid empty for burberry jackets online years to come. We are now starting to consider potential retail tenants to approach that would add value to the residents of St Helens." Luxor Group is a luxury development company which started acquiring derelict buildings in the outskirts of Liverpool City Centre and has a portfolio of more than 155 rental units. Paul added: "Since we started investing in the Kensington area of Liverpool we have seen a substantial regeneration which has been great for burberry polo sale the local community and residents. "With the support of St Helens Council we see a similar opportunity here in St Helens. "We are constantly seeking opportunities to acquire beautiful old forgotten buildings to convert into affordable luxury homes. While many developers do not know how to sympathetically convert old buildings, we specialise in this area and have a track record of successful products throughout Liverpool. "We are committed for the long term and will be investing over 1m in the transformation of the Tyrers Building. We are confident the conversion will benefit St Helens and its residents." Former Tyrers managing director Ali Tyrer opened a boutique 'Ellamora' in Rainford, selling gifts and clothing, in August. It will look better to have the building occupied rather than how it looks now but 1 and 2 bedroom luxury apartments? I am not so sure how that will work. Firstly, just how affordable will they be and who in their right mind would want to live on Bridge Street? Funny that Kensington was mentioned as that is just how St Helens town centre has declined like a suburb of Liverpool. Mind you, that is exactly how we will be described in the future once this City Region burberry trench coat outlet online takeover is complete so we might as well get used to it. One million investment does not seem that much to convert a building of this size but we will have to wait and see how it develops and just "who" the Grade A retail tenant turns out to be. It will look better to have the building occupied rather than how it looks now but 1 and 2 bedroom luxury apartments? I am not so sure how that will work. Firstly, just how affordable will they be and who in their right mind would want to live on Bridge Street? Funny that Kensington was mentioned as that is just how St Helens town centre has declined like a suburb of Liverpool. Mind you, that is exactly how we will be described in the future once this City Region takeover is complete so we might as well get used to it. Firstly, just how affordable will they be and who in their right mind would want to live on Bridge Street? Funny that Kensington was mentioned as that is just how St Helens town centre has declined like a suburb of Liverpool. Mind you, that is exactly how we will be described in the future once this City Region takeover is complete so we might as well get used to it. One million investment does not seem that much to convert a building of this size but we will have to wait and see how it develops and just "who" the Grade A retail tenant turns out to be. It will be entertaining for the occupants on the top floors to watch the running street battles on a Saturday night as trouble flows from the Westfield Street battlegrounds. The blue flashing lights of the Emergency Service vehicles may be offputting, as they tend to the drunks and thugs that plague the town (EVERY Saturday night). Not sure which Grade A retailer he refers to? Maybe another Poundland outlet? We don't have quite enough pound shops. The blue flashing lights of the Emergency Service vehicles may be offputting, as they tend to the drunks and thugs that plague the town (EVERY Saturday night). Not sure which Grade A retailer he refers to? Maybe another Poundland outlet? We don't have quite enough pound shops. Good luck with this folly Mr Nicholson. Running the gauntlet of rough sleepers? There's only one person there and even that isn't all the time.

As to paddling through urine and sick, never, ever seen a rough sleeper urinating or vomitting in the street in St. Helens. Are you sure you didn't confuse that scenario with one of your own indiscretions.


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