June 6


Tenants have now moved into an iconic Grade II listed Merseyside building after a spectacular transformation by pioneering developer Nicholson Group.

The Beecham’s Building on Westfield Street, St Helens is the former headquarters of the Beecham pharmaceutical giant, once a major St Helens employer. The building dates back to the 1880s and was the first factory in the world built specifically to produce medicine.

CEO of Nicholson Group, Paul Nicholson has worked closely with St Helens Council, Heritage and Rotary St Helens with a collaborative focus firmly on heritage.

Nicholson said: “This magnificent Grade II listed building in Westfield Street in the town centre has now been rejuvenated by the Group’s highly skilled and dedicated team after lying dormant enabling the Beecham’s Building to become a place in which to live and work.”

The existing building has been developed into a mixed-use scheme of 18 residential apartments (seven one-bedroom and 11 two-bedroom), a ground floor commercial space and a partial retention of offices.

Dean Furlong, one of the new tenants said: “I’ve been renting with Nicholson Group for 2 years now. Beecham’s Building has been completed to a high standard and if anyone is looking to rent, I would highly recommend the Group.”

All materials chosen for the development have enabled its transformation to blend seamlessly with its surroundings whilst adding a refreshing and contemporary appearance. Internally, Nicholson Group used highly sustainable methods of construction including the use of local labour and building materials to assist e.g. the insulation of Beecham’s which far exceeds current building regulation standards.

To view the completed scheme, view www.team-nico.com

Just one apartment remains in the scheme. Email office@team-nico.com for further details.



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