Outline planning permission has already been granted for 400 newhomes supported by a 27,000-sf foodstore; retail units; ahealth/leisure centre and office space. Construction will commencelater this year.

Deysbrook Barracks, which closed in October 2000 was once hometo the army's bomb disposal squad and was also used by theTerritorial Army and historically the Royal Electrical andMechanical Engineers.

Chris Prescott of King Sturge, who advised the MOD's DefenceEstates said: " Sites of this size and quality, particularly withplanning permission for mixed use development, don't come to themarket that often, especially in Liverpool. The strong marketinterest and significant levels of offers received have reflectedthis."

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