Baltic Triangle CIC drops objections to Legacie development

The Greenland Street proposal
A controversial housing scheme within Liverpool's burgeoning Baltic Triangle area could be passed by councillors when it returns before the city's planning committee next Tuesday, September 11. The plan by developer Legacie to build more than 500 apartments on land off Greenland Street, stretching up to the junction of Great George Street and Parliament Street, was deferred at last week's planning meeting due to objections from councillors and the Baltic Triangle CIC (Community Interest Company). The development proposes towers ... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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