case study

case study

Parliament Street

The scheme presents an opportunity to restore an underutilised city centre location, as well as bringing new life into the area.
  • Client: Asset Corp.
  • Location: Parliament Street, Liverpool
  • Sector: Residential Development

project overview

Zerum obtained planning consent for a new residential apartment scheme within the Baltic Triangle area in Liverpool.

Spread across 1,860 sqm, the building is valued at approximately £30m and will be constructed to the north of Parliament Street. Plans for the 145-apartment development include shared terrace spaces, generous entrance lobby and management space, as well as commercial space provided to ground floor. The proposed massing of the building ties in with scale of neighbouring building, stepping down towards Grafton Street.

The new apartment block will not only provide new homes for people but it will also include a commercial unit on the ground floor, which will provide a modern outlet for a commercial tenant. The development is in a prominent location, in close proximity to Liverpool’s City Centre, prime tourist attractions and the up-and-coming X1 The Quarter, a contemporary living complex rising 25 storeys directly to the east. The scheme presents an opportunity to restore an underutilised city centre location, as well as bringing new life into the area.

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Parliament Street

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