Friday, 21 September 2012

Save Eldon Grove

100 years after it was bult here it lies rotting when it should be restored. Opened in 1912 by the Countess of Derby it was Grade II isted in 1985 by English Heritage as a structure of national importance. There have been several attempts to put schemes together to bring it back to life but these have come to nothing. While the City Council are working with subsidy farmers Peel Holdings to develop Liverpool Waters, Eldon Grove rots away. Should it be CPO'd befoe it is too late.

1 comment:

  1. Did you see this featured on britains empty homes on bbc last week? Another developer has taken over the lease to regenerate the old buildings to 34 apartments and build mews style new build in front.

    After all the empty promises before I hope it's true.