Nobles were appointed to construct the first newly built monastery in Merseyside in over one hundred years.

The new monastery enabled the nuns of the Carmelite Sisters order to relocate to a more secluded location.  This is both from their current monastery in West Derby as well as other locations in the UK.​

The three storey building houses residential and facilities, a steel framed central chapel and a visitors’ centre.  The building is of traditional masonry construction with with intricate facade detailing and a Welsh slate tiled roof.​

We undertook extensive landscaping on this development.  This includes a new ornamental lake, crop growing and tree planting areas, as well as various hard landscaping elements.​

The scheme won the 2013 National Brickwork Award and contains over half a million facing bricks.​

£8.5 million Traditional Contract​

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