Liverpool Waters has welcomed two start-up business tenants to The Quay, Princes Dock, with professional services firm, Odin Consulting and financial services provider, Epic Finance, having recently moved into the city centre location.
Everton Football Club has revealed the results of its record-breaking public consultation into designs for a proposed 52,000 capacity stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock and outline proposals for a community-led legacy project at Goodison Park
Liverpool Parish Church (St Nick’s) has witnessed the growth and development of Liverpool since the 13th Century. The incredibly detailed records we have of church life date back to the 16th Century, showing the many ways in which St Nick’s has supported the population of the city over the years.
In this feature, we meet some of the tenants who make up our vibrant community, for this issue we spoke to Jon Morrell, CEO of Vast Visibility.
A group of year 11 students from Notre Dame Catholic College visited Liverpool Waters’ Princes Dock headquarters, to learn more about construction opportunities arising from this leading development.
Wates Construction has received planning permission to build Liverpool City Council’s new Cruise Terminal Hotel, marking a major step forward for Peel L&P’s Liverpool Waters, the city’s major waterfront regeneration scheme.
Financial planning business Willson Grange has celebrated its one-year anniversary at Liverpool Waters’ Princes Dock.
The report by the economic and regeneration specialists, AMION Consulting, concludes that £5 billion of capital investment by The Peel Group and its partners since 2008 has attracted significant complementary private sector funding, with potential for total investment to increase to more than £15 billion over the next ten years.
Liverpool Waters Office
No. 12 Princes Dock