32 Parliament Street Liverpool

Residential drive continues in Liverpool’s Baltic

Jessica Middleton-Pugh

Planning officers at Liverpool City Council have recommended an application for 44 flats within the Baltic Triangle be approved at the council’s next planning meeting.

The plans for the plot at the corner of Parliament Street and Grafton Street have been submitted by the owner, Joe Larkin, who operates a haulage business from the site.

NJSR Architects designed the building, which will include 44 apartments with a mix of studio, one- and two-bedrooms.

Construction of the six-storey block would see the demolition of the industrial units currently occupying the site.

The scheme is opposite the planned £150m regeneration project at the former Cain’s Brewery site.

The planning application seeks outline approval, with details to be confirmed at a later date.

Liverpool’s planning committee is due to meet on Tuesday 23 February to discuss the scheme.

Your Comments

Meeting to agree planning permission for a blob? Yet another bland addition for maximum profit…..

By Craig

No mention of there being a Booths.

By Brian

I hope the real building is a bit more cheerful than the image shown, looks like a latter day bridewell. Also having seen the interior plans on another site, looks a little cramped for space and light inside.

By Man on bicycle

What did you hear about a Booths Brian?

By Paul

The Booths or another supermarket will be on the land owned by Cain’s. I think the Council has given outline approval. Such a supermarket on the south side would be a welcome addition.

By Sean

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