Legacie, which has successfully delivered a variety of high-profile residential development schemes in Liverpool including Renshaw Street’s Ropemaker Place and Water Street’s Reliance House, is partnering with RWinvest to promote sales on the flagship £90m Parliament Square scheme in the Baltic Triangle.
The appointment of RWinvest comes after a series of stalled developments in Liverpool and other parts of the country which have raised concerns around international investor confidence.
Legacie says RWinvest will help promote its track record and firmly position the company as a credible proposition with would-be investors.
John Morley, founder of Legacie Developments, said: “I am delighted to be working with RWinvest who have got off to a flying start in promoting Parliament Square amongst the international investment community.
“RWinvest have excellent networks and a highly-successful track record of delivery for clients. I am confident that they will help to perfectly position Legacie with people seeking solid investment opportunities that provide significant returns.”
Michael Gledhill, director at Liverpool-based RWinvest, said: “RWinvest and Legacie Developments have forged a strong partnership to promote the flagship Parliament Square. We have helped deliver considerable international investment in the project which has seen almost every unit in the first phase entirely sold.
“RWinvest is working with Legacie to promote their successful track record as a developer that delivers.
“In the climate of concern surrounding certain stalled developments in Liverpool and other parts of the UK, this is essential.
“Liverpool is still seen as a strong destination for global investors and established companies such as Legacie Developments are ensuring that remains the case.”