Parliament Sq Liverpool
Maslow Capital agreed to part-fund the development earlier this year

Milestone at Legacie’s £90m Parliament Square 

Dan Whelan

A third steel frame at Legacie Developments’ 500-apartment scheme on the edge of Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle has been constructed as the developer aims for completion of the development next summer, following the sale of 300 units.

Construction of the frame for the final and tallest block will start in October.

Delivered across four blocks, ranging between eight and 18 storeys, the development will provide a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments starting at £95,000. 

A public plaza surrounded by shops and restaurants totalling around 12,000 sq ft will connect the scheme with the Baltic Triangle. 

One residential block will be topped with a penthouse apartment, as well as a gym and rooftop spa. 

Consent for the development, designed by architect Falconer Chester Hall, was secured in September 2018 and in February this year Legacie announced a £20m deal with Maslow Capital to part-fund Parliament Square. 

Investment firm RWInvest is also helping to fund the development. 

Legacie’s construction arm is building the scheme. 

Legacie’s founder and managing director, John Morley, said: “We are making solid progress and have recently started to construct the third block within the development.  

“Parliament Square will have a transformative impact on a key thoroughfare into Liverpool city centre. There is huge interest in the scheme and we are delighted to have reached yet another major milestone in its construction.”  

Legacie Developments recently announced that it is to expand into Greater Manchester. The company will shortly start work on a 196-apartment scheme called Merchant’s Wharf in Salford Quays.

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Can’t wait to see this completed – and more importantly, who will operate from the ground floor units! Hopefully it will be befitting of the location and not some boring chains.

By Anonymous

Another fine view of another iconic building obstructed. Still, if it keeps the Twitter based development at any cost lobby happy.

By Bixteth Boy

After they knock six floors off it’s height course. That’s if it doesn’t stall.

By Michael McDonut

This project makes a massive impact whether travelling into town via “Parlie” or across from Park Rd , there are some other nearby sites under construction,as well as some awaiting to commence and hopefully one is the Great George St scheme surrounding Chinatown.
Isn’t it time therefore that something actually happened re the St James station project, as there are going to be thousands of residents living there in the near future with very average current rail transport links available.

By sound

Nice addition to the Baltic Triangle

By Anonymous

This looks sensational. More developments like this please

By David

On this news article it says appartments from £95,000. These must be the cheapest and smallest flats at the bottom of the tower block.

By Darren born bred Salford

As long as it keeps up with the Manchester`s and makes the Twitter based development at any cost lobby happy.

By Bixteth Boy

Benidorm meets Baltic.

By Mikes mate

@ Bixteth boy, why don’t you buy one and your view won’t be obstructed? There you are sorted!

By Town Hall Tommy

@Darren born bred Salford, On this news article it says appartments from £95,000. These must be the cheapest and smallest flats at the bottom of the tower block.

Your comments are always such an insight, Place NW should hire you as a columnist

By Phil McKrackin

Great views overlooking the river Mersey and all of Merseyside. Liverpool is now a booming city on the up.

By Bobby.

Great views and right opposite the new Baltic Underground (St. James) which I think the metro mayor has now committed to.

By Red Squirrel

Honestly views of the river Mersey are grim and hardly a selling point. All you see is a huge, barren, flat slab of muddy brown. And the street level environment is equally uninspiring with little buzz owing to a lack of city centre office workers and all the time you’re subjected to unpleasant buffeting from the winds that blow in off the estuary.

Decidedly unromantic.

By Liverpool Bromance