The Royal Liver Building sits in pride of place on Liverpool’s waterfront. The building is framed by two clock towers, with a liver bird – the symbol of the city – sitting atop each one. It is said that one of the birds faces the city to keep watch other its people, while the other looks out to sea at the incoming sailors. Legend has it that Liverpool would cease to exist if they flew away, and for this reason both birds are chained to their pedestals.
Finding parking in the city can be difficult, but you don’t have to wing it. YourParkingSpace provides a quick and simple online platform for reserving a parking space in advance. You can even do this on the go, by downloading our free app.The Royal Liver Building is home to:
- Grant Thornton
- Michael Rose and Baylis
Millions of parking space owners are missing out on a simple second income. Register your driveway, parking space or lock-up garage and watch the bookings roll in.