Images of the proposed design of the Isle of Man Ferry Terminal at Peel Land and Property’s Liverpool Waters have today been released ahead of the submission of a planning application next month.
Everton Football Club’s plans to regenerate North Liverpool by building a new stadium at Peel Land and Property’s Liverpool Waters and leaving a legacy at Goodison Park will take a major step forward with the launch of a widescale public consultation into the proposals.
A 90 second fly-through video has been released online on the council’s YouTube account detailing the terminal, showcasing its state of the art passenger and baggage facility, complete with security checking and customs areas, lounge, café, toilets, taxi rank, coach and car passenger drop off and pick up point, short-term car park and four-star hotel.
Under the strategic leadership of Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram, a strong private and public sector delegation comprising more than 70 delegates will represent the Liverpool City Region at this week’s MIPIM UK property event being held at London’s Olympia on 17th and 18th October.
Princes Dock will soon be home to two new businesses following the completion of lettings at No. 1 and No. 12 Princes Dock, Liverpool Waters.
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Liverpool Waters Office
No. 12 Princes Dock