Peer hails Legacie as ‘regeneration driver’

Conservative peer Lord Stuart Polak claims developer Legacie is ‘Liverpool’s regeneration-driver in-chief’

Legacie founder John Morley, left, with Lord Stuart Polak


Legacie Developments is Liverpool’s “regeneration-driver in-chief”, according to Conservative peer Lord Stuart Polak who joined the firm as a senior adviser in July.

Lord Polak is working with Legacie as it starts work on several new schemes in the region. It has already been responsible for some of the biggest residential and commercial developments in Liverpool.

These include Its £90m Parliament Square development in the Baltic Triangle and Reliance House in Water Street.

It will soon start work on a major residential and leisure development at the historic Heaps Mill in the city. Legacie is planning to transform the site with 620 one, two and three-bedroom apartments, a spa, retail and other leisure facilities.

Lord Polak said: “I grew up in south Liverpool during the 1970s and witnessed parts of the city which had been run down, neglected, and held back.

“However, during the 2000s when Liverpool was awarded European Capital of Culture, Liverpool underwent a regeneration renaissance. With the arrival of Liverpool One, the city was on the up.

“Fast-forward to 2022 and Liverpool, despite being hit hard by the pandemic, has several game-changing projects in the pipeline. Legacie Developments is at the forefront of that change, acting as the city’s regeneration drivers in chief.

“With the £90million Parliament Square development entering its final phases and the commencement of work at the historic Heap’s Mill site underway, the company has the talent, skills, and entrepreneurial nous to be one of the city’s greatest exports.

“As Liverpool emerges from a tough winter, there is an opportunity for it to truly level pp – that means high-skilled new jobs and training programmes for people right across the city.”

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