Peel L&P Energy has submitted plans to develop an energy centre in Liverpool with renewable technologies to help provide low carbon heat and hot water to residents and businesses in the area.
A recent study has shown that Liverpool Waters, Peel L&P’s transformation of 60 hectares of reclaimed and former dockland along the River Mersey, could create an estimated £1.3 billion of public benefits over the next 50 years, by providing additional green space that will provide a variety of benefits, including improving air quality and storing carbon.
International development company, Romal Capital owned and operated by Gregory Malouf, has now completed the steel superstructure at its Quay Central building within Liverpool Waters’ Central Dock neighbourhood.
Creamfields Steelyard is back at Central Docks this November with performances from Armin Van Buuren, Faithless dj set, Martin Garrix and many more.
Final year architectural technology students from Liverpool John Moores University have been challenged to design a new cultural building at Liverpool Waters.
View the photo’s from Liverpool’s Heritage walk through some of Liverpool Waters iconic heritage structures.
The team behind Liverpool Waters have revealed the first glimpse of the incredible new Central Docks neighbourhood at the property industry’s premier annual event, MIPIM, in Cannes, as well as releasing eight new plots there for investor development.
- Plans submitted for renewable-led energy centre in Liverpool to help heat homes and businessesDecember 15, 2020 - 9:18 am
- Liverpool Waters will create £1.3bn in public benefits, support local health and wellbeing and the city region’s zero-carbon pledgeNovember 6, 2020 - 11:26 am
- Plans approved for new residential development at Peel L&P’s Liverpool WatersOctober 7, 2020 - 12:03 pm
Liverpool Waters Office
No. 12 Princes Dock