Heritage Park is the culmination of a six year planning and design process.
Due to the sensitive historical nature of the site, its importance to the local community and its close proximity to the park, the developers recognised the need to work closely with the local authority and other interested parties to protect its integrity, while maximising its potential and preserving its unique heritage for future generations.
The development will be completed in two stages.
Stage one will see the sympathetic conversion of the existing and original Victorian houses into eleven spacious and well appointed 1 and 2 bedroom apartments and 3 bedroom penthouses. Built in the 1850’s, these imposing gothic style villas are of substantial proportions and will provide spacious and desirable accommodation. These buildings have a historical significance which resonates locally and nationally and key elements of the development will be used to memorialise that.
Stage two will involve the construction of Mallory Mews, consisting of seven 4/5 bed three-storey townhouses, and also Park Side Apartments, consisting of twenty-one 1 & 2 bed purpose built apartments within the picturesque 1.5 acre site adjoining the park. This secluded community will benefit from its close proximity to the park and also its excellent transport links to nearby shopping, leisure and economic centres of Liverpool and Chester.
Birkenhead Park is the jewel in Wirral’s crown and its protected status, character and charm will continue to provide an idyllic backdrop to the Heritage Park development for generations to come.
The Park’s recent submission to Unesco as a World Heritage Site underlines its historical importance and the significance of its global reputation.
When the park was built in 1847 it was funded through a real-estate model. Parcels of land around the perimeter were sold to wealthy merchants looking to build private homes away from the city.
The “Proximity-Principal” was a great success and is the reason for much of the impressive architecture that gives the park such character today.
The attraction of park-side living is as genuine today as it was then and it is fitting that Heritage Park is using the same principals to preserve and create it’s own history.
Everything in reach
Heritage Park will create a vibrant new community, in a unique and exclusive parkland setting.
Located a short stroll to Birkenhead town centre, Heritage Park is also just a 10 minute car ride to Liverpool City Centre. With bus and train stations in walking distance and rapid road and rail links to Chester, Liverpool and Manchester your home is within easy reach of superb shopping, leisure and work opportunities both locally and beyond.
Shopping – Walking distance to the shopping centre of Birkenhead. There are also excellent transport links to the main retail sectors of Liverpool, Chester and Cheshire Oaks Outlet Village.
Transport – bus routes, trains, tunnels, motorways.
Sport and Leisure – Birkenhead park is home to cricket, football, bowls and rugby teams. Europa Pools Leisure centre is located on the other side of the park and boasts full gym facilities and two swimming pools as well as a seven screen, Vue cinema. If football is your choice of sports then Prenton Park, home to Tranmere Rovers, is just a short bus ride away and both Liverpool and Everton football clubs can be easily accessed by road or public transport. Wirral is home to more than a dozen quality golf courses including Royal Liverpool at Hoylake, a regular host of the Open Golf Championship. With Liverpool on the doorstep the choice of theatres, restaurants, bars and clubs is extensive and there is a regular stream of big name tours at venues such as the Liverpool M&S Bank Arena and the Liverpool Empire.
Schools – There are a number of Primary schools within easy reach of Heritage Park including Birkenhead High School Academy and Our Lady and St.Edward’s Primary School, both of which are OFSTED Outstanding. The development is also within walking distance to some of the best independent schools in Merseyside including Prenton Prep, Redcourt St Anselm’s and Birkenhead School. The area is also home to a number of OFSTED Good and Outstanding nurseries.