Planning was granted in Summer 2012 to save the historic Maltings building and convert it into 22 houses and apartments, alongside 83 new build houses.
Divided by a stream called Alma Beck, the site’s fascinating history began c1832 with works to the Silk Mill and then conversion into a Maltings in 1894.
An original box turner from the site’s waterwheel is proudly on display at The National Brewery Centre in Burton upon Trent, and bricks depicting the graffiti of U.S servicemen stationed on the site during WWII have are viewable at the Nolfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum.
The PJ Livesey Group are creating an exclusive development, carefully converting the historic buildings into individually designed apartments and luxury mews homes. The converted homes are complimented by a collection of character newly built homes with bright and spacious interiors, many with stunning bi-fold doors. All homes will feature contemporary bathrooms & bespoke fitted kitchens with integrated appliances.