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In the 1950s with land at a premium, Liverpool city council again went abroad for their ideas on municipal housing. New York was the destination this time and the High Rise tower block boom was born out of it. They were a novelty at first with blow central heating which their predecessors, the landing tenements never had. City views and peace and quiet were also a fantastic plus but they alienated neighbours from each other and many felt isolated. They were not really family friendly as it seemed a mission for children to take the long lift ride to the playground below, which many had. Eventually lift failures and vandalism led many to believe they were a planners mistake. In 1993, the Housing Action Trust (HAT) took over the running of 67 of the remaining blocks, many being demolished but some being kept and renovated including security gates, private parking and penthouse suites. 

High rise was seen as a novelty for a time, indeed right until the end, many families loved the views over the city and river and the peace and quiet afforded them, however vandalism to the lifts and passageways being used for drug taking or as a urinal were commonplace.          

regarding the repairs situation in the piggeries. Information supplied by Dave Gordon.  

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The 3 blocks as seen from Haigh Street. English Heritage. 

The Piggeries consisted of Crosbie, Canterbury and Haigh Heights and were situated on William Henry Street. Pics Courtesy of the LRO. 

The 1980s saw them ready for demolition as new housing was built around them. Photographed here by Joe Devine. 

Two of the Piggery blocks seen first from Haigh st and then Salisbury st. Taken By Harry Ainscough c/o LRO with thanks to Mike Murphy. 

Logan Towers, named after local MP David Logan was the tallest prefabricated building in the world at 22 storeys when opened on 15th July 1966. Also here is a picture of them being deconstructed. Pics by LRO and Freddy O'Connor. 

Netherfield Road South 2003 by Mike Murphy. 

There are 24 blocks of Hi-Rise shown here from as near as Adlington & Bispham House to as far as Shiel Park, the majority of them being off Netherfield Road. Beyond the Civic Quarter are Gerard Gardens Corporation tenements and Netherfield Road heights. Pic by Springy. 

A mixture of blocks here at the top of Roscommon Street. Part of a 3 block set made up of Mazzini,Garabaldi and Cavour and St. George's Heights and Everton Terrace can be seen. Pics by Joe Devine. 

Altbridge Park at the junction of the East Lancs Road and Stonebridge Lane. Demolished in 2007. 

Looking down Havelock Street towards Seacombe Tower. Liverpool Echo. (far right) Edinburgh, Ellison and Seacombe towers 2003, by Mike Murphy.

Fontenoy Gardens tenements with Adlington & Bispham House behind. Photograph by Joe Devine. 

1967. Adlington & Bispham House being built and right, two years later they are complete. LRO. Langholme Heights, built 1967 at the junction of the East Lancs Road and Lowerhouse Lane, Norris Green. 

April 2007. Adlington House has been renovated. Bispham awaits. 

Brynford and Millburn Heights were built on Conway Street in 1966. Sold to a developer they became Landmark Towers and the Inn on the park in 2001 before Manchester based LPG bought them in 2003 turning them into luxury apartments called View 146. Seen here below left, undergoing renovation in March 2003 and well completed below right in April 2007. The middle pic is by Marky, South Liverpool 

Cavour, Mazzini and Garabaldi House being built, (1960)   demolished (1988) They were situated at the top of Roscommon Street and were named after Italian Unifists. LRO, Freddy O'Connor and Freddy Tornberg pics. 

3 pics of Coronation Court on the Sparrow Hall Estate, East Lancs Road.- 1953. It was the first commenced, but not the first completed. 

Brompton and Sydenham House, Croxteth Drive, Sefton Park 2007. Buckingham House is not yet renovated but York and Rutland House are. These are also situated on Croxteth Drive, Sefton Park. 

(Right)2 pictures of Belem Tower, built of a slightly different style to the others situated on the Sefton Park perimeter road. These are situated at the entrance gates to Sefton Park from Croxteth Road. Built on the site of the original Belem House which was named after a tower in Lisbon, Portugal from where Vasco Da Gama sailed on his voyages of discovery, the 2nd pic shows it under construction, courtesy of the LRO. 

Lymecroft, Rydecroft, Dealcroft and Dovercroft are in Allerton off Menlove Avenue. Renovated under the Guiness Trust, they are also shown in reverse here from the Tesco superstore. 

Corinth Tower off Netherfield Road, March 2003 by Mike Murphy. 

Going, going, gone. Corinth Tower -.................................................................. no more. 

Edinburgh Tower, Netherfield Road,March 2003 by Mike Murphy. 

St. George's Heights, the tallest of all the High Rise because of their elevated starting position on St. George's Hill. Because of the slope, these were dismantled rather than blown up. Pictures by Mike Murphy.(Right) 3 views of the heights. LRO. 

The Phoenix Pub on Smithdown Road and the Sefton on Smithdown Lane (top right) with Entwistle Heights in the background. The view below is of Milner House and Entwistle Heights from Dove Street. LRO. 

Entwistle Heights and Milner House seen from the air with the slum clearance area in the foreground to their West.  Entwistle Heights was the first 22 storey block of heights which were completed in 1965. Positioned on Harding Street, the ceremony held on 13th April 1965 officially named them to recognise the services to the city of Maxwell Entwistle, the then leader of the City Council. 

Entwistle Heights being prepared for demolition. Picture by Philip Mayer.

A shot from 1975 by K.G. Rose showing Entwistle and Milner rising above the tenements, taken from Crown St.

Gaywood Green Heights off Broad Lane, Kirkby. (Top left pic) is c/o Kirkby Times. 

Kirkby market in 1966 showing Oak, Cedar, Maple and Larch Towers behind on Roughwood Drive, two of these have since been demolished and the remaining 2 renamed 
Parklands I & II as been below left. 

Parklands: Blocks 1 & 2 on Roughwood Drive, Kirkby as seen above right. Quarry Green Heights, Quarry Green Road, Kirkby. 

Elm House and Willow House off Kepler Street, Seaforth. Both are now part of One Vision Housing.

Montgomery, Alexander and Churchill House off Sandy Road, Seaforth. 

Another Seaforth block. Pic by NancyO.. 

Bootle's tower blocks were given zany offbeat markings to break up the monotony of concrete cladding. Top left are the four blocks off Marsh Lane called Chestnut, Stanley, Mersey and Salisbury House. Top right is Strand House, attached to Bootle Strand Shopping centre on Washington Parade. Bottom left and middle are two shots of Irlam House off Irlam Road and bottom right is Oxford House situated between Breeze Hill and Oxford Road. 

Ash Grove. Brookside Ave, Knotty Ash. Crete & Candia Towers, (right) Jason Street. Now Freedom Heights. 

Cherryfield Heights, Southdene, Kirkby. LRO. (Right) The demolition of Winterburn Heights, West Derby. Freddy O'Connor. 

Marwood Towers off Great Homer Street. The top two pics show them in 1966, just 1 year old and over 40 years later in 2007. The bottom pic is by Ron Formby of the Scottie Press. Scottie Press Online

Two views of High Rise on Everton Terrace, looking North and then South. Taken by Harry Ainscough - courtesy of the LRO and Freddy Tornberg. The other pic by Freddy O'Connor is of Cresswell Mount on Netherfield Road North. 

St.George's Hill looking towards Netherfield Road South. Pictured by Harry Ainscough - courtesy of the LRO. 

Everton Heights construction in 1959. Daily Post. Everton Heights penetrate the fog as only the tallest buildings can. Pic by John Davidson. 

The Braddocks, Netherfield Road, Named after Bessie Braddock MP. These 3 pics are courtesy of the LRO. 

Two pics by Joe Devine and one by me showing the three blocks on Everton Brow called John F. Kennedy Heights. 

JFK Heights with the piggeries in the background. In the foreground is the Ann Fowler Womens refuge. Pic by NancyO. (Left) JFK Heights being demolished, pictured by Freddy O'Connor. 

Sheil Road once had 3 blocks named Pendine, Kenley and Linosa. Here was the last block to stand in 2003. Pic by Mike Murphy. The b&w pic is by Freddy O'Connor, the aerial one by John Calderbank. 

Sheil Park demolition. Captured by Freddy O'Connor. The last surviving Sheil Road block as captured by Russ (Wallasey) - Check out his site here.  

Merecliff, Denecliff and Tarncliff - Stockbridge Village, formerly Cantril Farm. Mosscraig, Firscraig and Whincraig from the other side of the parkland that seperates the Craig blocks from the Cliff blocks.

The Trinity pub on Latimer Street with nearby Sheehan Heights on Boundary Street. 

Kenley Tower. To watch it being demolished by explosives, log onto this site. The Business Gateway . 

A block of Toxteth Heights behind the burnt out Rialto Cinema, 1981. Picture by Philip Mayer. 

Knowsley Heights, Huyton. This area once contained a number of high rise, some just down the road at Woolfall Heath and others across the main A57 Liverpool Road named Wingate Towers on the Bluebell estate. The bottom three pics are by Tony Hogan. 

Two Pics of Dingle Heights by Margaret Henry, taken from the roof of Mill Street mill. Firstly, Grafton Heights and Sandside View can be seen on the left and Millview Heights in the photo on the right. 

Millview Heights, Mill st by Marky,South Liverpool, and Mill View magnificently seen from 'over the water' as captured by Philip G Mayer. Mill View on Mill Street in the Dingle were completed in 1967. 

Storrington Heights. The demolition of Storrington Heights, Norris Green. Pic by Guy Woodland. 

Sandside View seen here from Beaufort Street courtesy of www.toxteth.net Sandside View can be seen on Warwick Street, beyond Warwick Gardens tenements. LRO. 

Riverview Heights, Beechwood Gardens. LRO. Hartsbourne Heights, Childwall. 

Tatlock & Blenheim Towers towering above the Castle pub. Tatlock Towers being demolished. Pic by Freddy O'Connor.  The Green Man pub and Tatlock Towers, Vauxhall Road by Harry Ainscough.  

Some more views of John F. Kennedy Heights on Everton Brow by Joe Devine. Medea Tower by Joe Devine. Another view of View 146 on Conway St during the latter stages of refurb in June 04. 

Logan Towers from the Athol Street area by Joe Devine. 

Elsinore Heights in Halewood, another trio in Cantril Farm and the construction of Mercer Heights in Westvale, Kirkby can all be found on a Knowsley History site here .

In an ecclesiastical part of Waterloo, twin blocks Chapel House and Dean House are situated off Church Road. 
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Another trio of well kept blocks surrounded by parkland off Sherborne Avenue in the Woolton district of the city. Ashton Park, The Fairways and Woolton View. 

Olive Mount Heights off Mill Lane, Wavertree. Demolished for low density housing and ultra modern flats.  

Olive Mount high rise during construction. For a brilliant set of flikr pics by Tokyoroad concentrating on the tower blocks, please see here. 

A view from Marwood Tower showing, apart from the 3 and 4 high flats and maisonettes, the other high rise around the North end of Great Homer Street. The nearest block is Medea Tower, Crete and Candia Tower lie behind. The furthest block is Rock View up near Torr Street. The large white block on the right is Corinth Tower off Anderson Street. Picture taken by Ron Formby. 

Dave Duff has thankfully been a regular contributor to my site. I don't know where he digs them out from, but certainly these latest 10 are a great find. These blocks on the perimeter of Sefton Park on Croxteth Drive can be seen above in colour. However, this aerial view captures all five together. 
The two at the bottom right of the picture are Brompton and Sydenham House. The other three are Buckingham, York and Rutland House which have now had penthouse suites added to the top. 

The Braddocks, Netherfield Road North, distinguishable by its wavy walkway canopy. 

Canterbury Heights on William Henry Street was one of the infamous Piggeries. Looking North here, other heights such as John F. Kennedy on Everton Brow and a mixture on Netherfield Road can be seen too. 

All of these heights have been seen above earlier, but here from different perspectives. Entwistle Heights. Logan Tower under construction, one of the John F. Kennedy heights and Sheehan heights, top right. 

Heysmoor Heights. Heys Green Road, Toxteth, 1977 and 2007.  Another view of Toxteth Heights off Princes Road. 

Mere Bank -   Sefton Park - on the Greenbank Drive/Greenbank Lane junction. A little further along than the set of 2 and set of 3, these ones stand alone. 

Lee Park flats come tumbling down as reported in the Daily post (top) and Echo (bottom) on Monday 14th September 1992, reproduced here with special thanks to Ken - Springy. 

Looking up Anderson St from Gt Homer Street showing the Peacock public house and Corinth Tower. 

Sessions Road, Kirkdale. 

Mercer Heights. 

High rise flats in Liverpool 8, viewed from Windsor Street and then Dexter Street in 1982 as captured with thanks by Peter Hagerty. 

Another three views of Belem Tower at No.1 Aigburth Drive, Sefton Park. Construction during 1959 and later the same year as completed. Refuse collection in 1960. 

Coronation Court foundations in 1954 then during 1956 with construction well under way. It was built on a raft of reinforced concrete. 

Woolfall Heights on Woolfall Heath Avenue as captured by Paul Woods of Huyton. 

Seen in their prime and then during demolition. Some more demolition shots as once again Dave Duff comes up trumps with this selection. 

(Top left) Olive Mount demolition taken on 20th April 2006. (Top right) Riverview Heights at Beechwood Gardens - both seen earlier on the page when enjoying better times. (left) Sceptre Tower in Croxteth and (above) Valeview Tower, Woolton. 

Another two from Dave. Crete Tower from Candia is a view not often seen. Quarry Green Heights in Kirkby are undergoing a facelift to include penthouse suites like the ones in Toxteth. 

Everton Heights as captured by Scottie Press Report, Editor and photographer, Ron Formby in the 1980s. The Ann Fowler women's refuge can be seen further along Netherfield Road North too. 

Below, a couple of children enjoying the view from Haigh Heights. To be honest, knowing the way kids climb, I shudder to think how there weren't any accidents.

Rock View high rise stood on the sandstone outcrop on Mark Street between St. Domingo Road and Netherfield Road North. The area within the foot of the quarry like setting now gives way to new housing. 

Toxteth Heights tower above the burnt out remnants of property on Upper Parliament Street and the Rialto after the July 81 riots. 

A dusky atmospheric view as the lights come on in and around View 146 on this Saturday winters evening. 

Adlington Heights lighting up as the light fades in February 09. 

Bootle in the February snow as captured brilliantly by TheWraith from Chestnut House high rise. 

The nurses flats belonging to the Royal Liverpool hospital take up part of the site of the proposed new hospital and so Mee's demolition were readying for their demise when the first picture was taken in December 2008. However, it was March 2009 when demolition finally got under way as seen in pic 2. 

Looking West down Fairy Street from Georges Hill towards the Braddocks on Netherfield Road. A great play area in the snow or if you had a steery - but beware faulty brakes.

Rokeby Street looking North towards Everton Brow past the Piggeries, JFK Heights and St Timothy's church. Notice the ribbed cast iron bollards on the first pic and the newer concrete ones later. Both pics were taken in 1967. 

The 78 at Halewood heads back into town, passing Elsinore Heights in the process. 

St Timothy's church seen here from Everton Brow looking along Rokerby Street. The corner of John F. Kennedy Heights can just be seen as the Piggeries high rise are constructed on William Henry Street behind. The steeple of SFX church can be seen up on Langsdale Street. 

The Braddocks opening day. St. polycarps can be seen just behind. Looking up Dorrington Street past the new maisonettes towards Cavour, Garibaldi and Mazzini House high rise flats on the right and the 22 storey St. Georges Heights on the left. The last two pics supplied by Chippie. 

Irlam House in 1965. The local militia keep guard with their tommy gun. The Piggeries from Haigh Street. 

Logan Towers, Athol Street, in an area known locally as 'Over the bridge'. The Northern/Southport railway line dissecting the area. A strangely positioned lone house stood at the foot of the block, river side of the arches when pictured here in 1972. 

Threllies house, the Crescent Vaults on Netherfield Road. Part of the Garabaldi, Mazzini, Cavour house trio in the background.

Boundary Street in 1972 showing the row of Georgian terraces that contained doctors and dentists. Marwood Towers and Corinth Towers are between Great Homer Street and Netherfield Road in the distance. 

Kids swing on an old gaslamp post for their simple pleasures back in the 'old days' that don't seem so long ago for some of us. Sackville Street - Pic by Samp.

A view up Garabaldi Street showing the entrance to one of the three Italian themed heights. 

Oak and Eldon Gardens, a mirror image pair of High Rise, one of which is pictured here in 1978 together with the Cygnet public house. They were demolished by explosion one year later, see further down the page. Pic by Rob Ainsworth. Right: Peter Leeson captures the Everton clearance programme in 1970. 

Chippie chips in next with a view along Netherfield Road North showing two styles of flats, the high rise being Corinth Tower which have been shown previously on the page.

Strand House is a high rise block overlooking Washington Parade as it towers above the Shopping Centre in Bootle which it takes its name from. 

The Braddocks as seen from Nethy with St Polycarps on the right and Andy Caps pub in between. Next are Mazzini, Garibaldi and Cavour Heights at the top of Roscommon Street. 

Another view towards the Braddocks from up on high. This time from Saint Georges Street. Next, and the old property on the North side of Conway Street still survives for a bit longer as Milburn and Brynford Heights go up - literally.. 

Gleave Square, near Mill Road.  Hanging around - Netherfield Road style. The Braddocks playing the backdrop. 

An aerial view from the heights on Conway Street looking South across Arkwright Street flats. To the left is one of the Braddocks on Netherfield Road and further up on the same road are the brown and blue blocks of Everton Terrace Heights. The three greyer blocks on the diagonal to the right are Garibaldi, Mazzini and Cavour House off Roscommon Street. Picture with thanks to Dave Duff. 

Looking along Henry Edward Street on a mid November day 1966 towards one of the two blocks being constructed off Adlington Street. An aerial view showing the wastelands of Everton during the slum clearance programme in September 1975. The road leading up past the Piggeries high rise flats is William Henry Street with the school on the right across from the middle block. Shaw Street runs across the top of William Henry Street, it's park, officially called Whitley Gardens can be seen on the middle right of the picture. From the white pub in the centre, Westbourne Street runs off to the right to eventually meet Brunswick Road, Eastbourne Street to the left, with its solitary bus. Fitzclarence Street heads away East towards Everton Road where Gleave Square flats can be seen. The unmistakable Aubrey Street water tower and reservoir looms large as do the three white blocks of Sheil Road Heights. All the wasteland shown here would house the infamous Radcliffe Estate within a few years. Designed on a cornish fishing village, the oddly shaped houses with their dark labyrinth of narrow passageways sadly soon fell foul to many residents as criminality was rife in the area and within a decade, the area was cleared once again. The planners had clearly got this one wrong though i'm sure likewise that some people would have enjoyed their time there. For pics of the Radcliffe estate nearing its end - see the Streets ahead page on this site. 

Oak and Eldon Gardens in Birkenhead were demolished on Sunday 30th September 1979 even before they were fully paid for, such was their deterioration. This  You Tube video shows them being blown up during a controlled explosion.  

Top pic with thanks to Stanier (Pete) 
from the forum.

Middle and bottom pics with thanks again to Johnny Blue from Yo Liverpool                forum

Information with thanks to                       site. 'YoLiverpool' & 'MyLiverpool' Wirral History Here is some  Forum chat                   that mentions the Cygnet pub too. 

Stockbridge Village -

previously known as Cantril Farm. A set of photographs with thanks to Tony Hogan.

Top we see Tarncliff, Merecliff and Denecliff.
Right is the view of Firscraig undergoing a refit, taken from Whincraig. 

The cliffs with the craigs in the distance and the cliffs with the Village inn pub. 

Left: Looking from Whincraig over Boydell Close, you can just see the Barley Mow pub on the middle left.
Right: Mosscraig and Firscraig with vans from the refit workforce.

The Cliffs. Then looking up at Mosscraig from the front then the side. 

Finally, Whincraig and then the view from Mosscraig.  

Cresswell Mount was the first multi storey block to be completed and tenanted. Building work commenced on 1st July 1954, it being officially opened on 29th June 1956. It was named in recognition of the services which councillor Jack Cresswell, the late deputy chairman of the housing committee, had rendered to the city in connection with its housing work. By 1963, 50 blocks of multi storey dwellings had been commenced and a ceremony was held at the first of the 3 blocks of John F. Kennedy Heights, Everton Brow, to commemorate the occassion by Mr. Michael Stewart M.P. who laid the foundation stone to mark this important mile stone in the city's housing history. By the end of 1956 no less than 79 high rise blocks containing in all 5,684 flats had been completed within the city and beyond at Huyton, Kirkby and Halewood whilst a further 29 such blocks containing 2,573 dwellings were under construction. During the period since the first block was completed in 1956, approximately 25% of the total dwellings produced up to the end of 1965 were in blocks of 10 storeys or over. (Above) Cresswell Mount as viewed from Gordon Street looking West to East, the bus passing along Netherfield Road. The crane on the right will be building Milburn and Bryford Heights on Conway Street which are still there today as View 146. This dates the photo c1965. 

The front side of the Braddocks on Netherfield Road in 1965. The Old Stingo pub is next door on the corner of Robsart Street and Milburn and Brynford Heights are being completed on Conway Street where they still survive as View 146. Above: Upper Stanhope Street as seen from its junction near Windsor Street.

Left: Toxteth high rise as seen from Berkeley Street. 

Some more of the Canny Farm high rise as seen from the exit slip road of the M57 heading towards Huyton. 

Another two with thanks to Dave Duff. Candia Tower and Rock View behind as viewed from Crete Tower looking East and above, Crete Tower as seen from Candia Tower looking West. 

Rice Lane flyover is under construction here in 1965 and so also are Hetherlow High Rise which overlook Walton Hall Park. With thanks to Dave Rogers who has a cracker flickr site. 

The demise of the John Bagot Hospital in 1974 in the shadow of Milford and Brynford Heights on Conway Street. John Bagot Close now stands near this site. The heights now renovated, private and renamed View 146 can be seen in their 2009 guise with St Polycarps church in the foreground and St. Anthonys in the distance. This view is from Everton Park where Havelock Street once existed. 

One of the trio of Sheil Road heights as seen from West Derby Road on 9th January 1973. 

Here is a list of some of Liverpool's 

Tower Blocks

The high rise in Netherley as seen from the playground of the Joseph Williams County Primary School. 

From one Tower to the others.

Taken from the top of Marwood Tower on Great Homer Street we see Freedom Heights (Candia and Crete Tower) and view 146 (Brynford and Milburn Heights). 

John F. Kennedy Heights rise behind the pedestrianised Rokeby St/Field Street area off Everton Brow as the local kids enjoys the playground. 

Looking towards Garibaldi House. 

A: Adlington House, Altrbridge Heights, Alexander House, Ash Grove, Ashton Park.

B: Bispham House, Brynford Heights, Brompton House, Buckingham House, Belem Tower, Braddocks, Blenheim Heights.

C: Crosbie Heights, Canterbury Heights, Cavour House, Coronation Court, Corinth Tower, Cedar House, Churchill House, Chestnut House, Crete Tower, Candia Tower, Cherryfield Heights.

D: Dealcroft, Dovercroft, Denecliff, Dean House.

E: Edinburgh Tower, Ellison Tower, Entwistle Heights, Elm House, Everton Heights, Elsinore Heights, Eldon Gardens.

F: Freedom Heights, Firscraig, Fairways.

G: Garibaldi House, Gaywood Green Heights, Gleave Square.

H: Haigh Heights, Hartsbourne Heights, Heysmoor Heights, Hetherlow Heights.

I: Irlam House.

J: John F. Kennedy Heights.

K: Kenley Heights, Knowsley Heights.

L: Logan Tower, Langholmes Heights, Lymecroft, Larch Heights, Linosa Heights, Lee Park Estate.

M: Mazzini House, Millburn Heights, Milner House, Maple Heights, Mersey House, Marwood Tower, Merecliff, Mosscraig, Mill View, Medea Tower.

N: Nurses Heights, Netherley Heights,

O: Oak Heights, Oak Gardens, Oxford House, Olive Mount.

P: Piggeries, Parklands, Pendine House.

Q: Quarry Green Heights.

R: Rutland House, Rydecroft, Riverview Heights, Rock View.

S: Seacombe Tower, St Georges Heights, Sydenham House, Stanley House, Salisbury House, Strand House, Sheil Park, Sheehan Heights, Storrington Heights, Sandside View. Sceptre Tower.

T: Tarncliff, Toxteth Heights, Tatlock Towers.

V: View 146, Valeview Tower.

W: Willow House, Winterburn Heights, Woolfall Heath Heights, Whincraig, Wingate Towers, Woolton View.

Y: York House.