Peel L&P’s Liverpool Waters has welcomed two new customers to its King Edward Triangle site, demonstrating the versatility of the space available with recreational axe-throwing business, Hatchet Harry’s, and car hire service, Easirent recently moving into the city centre location.
The next phase of residential development at Princes Dock, part of Peel L&P’s Liverpool Waters, has opened its doors to residents, as property company Redwing nears completion of its £21 million residential development, Plaza 1821.
Peel L&P has today announced that a planning application has been submitted for the next major development at Liverpool Waters.
Peel L&P’s Liverpool Waters recently welcomed two incredible vessels to the city’s waterfront, as Liverpool was chosen to host the marking of momentous occasions.
Peel Energy, part of Peel L&P, has been awarded £1.3m of external funding towards the phase one delivery of its Mersey Heat network in Liverpool to reduce carbon emissions and help make the City Region a greener place.
The Isle of Man’s historic maritime links with Liverpool were celebrated today at a ground-breaking ceremony on the site of the Isle of Man Ferry Terminal in the city.
Peel L&P’s Liverpool Waters has welcomed Sophie Hoyland as office manager to its Princes Dock headquarters, to provide high level executive support, liaising at a senior level across the business.
Grade A offices across Liverpool and Greater Manchester and an historic building in Glasgow have been third party verified against UK Green Building Council’s 2019 definition.
11 properties, ranging from 25,000 sq ft to over 120,000 sq ft, including Princes Dock at Peel L&P’s Liverpool Waters development are the first in the UK to demonstrate net zero carbon status based on their operational carbon emissions, action taken to reduce those emissions and their renewable energy use.
Everton Football Club has revealed the final designs of its new 52,000-seater stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock on Liverpool’s waterfront, before a detailed planning application is submitted to Liverpool City Council today.
The plans for the stadium, which will sit within Peel L&P’s Liverpool Waters site, would have a transformational impact on North Liverpool, kick-starting the regeneration of the northern docklands, contributing a £1bn boost to the city region’s economy, creating up to 15,000 jobs and attracting 1.4m visitors to the city each year.
Peel Energy has appointed renewable energy company Vital Energi to deliver its Mersey Heat network which will provide heat for up to 9,000 homes and 4m sq ft of commercial space at Liverpool Waters.
The district heating network has been designed to evolve alongside Peel L&P’s £5.5bn Liverpool Waters development and will begin with a temporary energy centre to serve the initial phases. As the energy demand increases, this will be replaced with a permanent energy centre which will deliver low carbon heat and hot water to the growing community.
Liverpool Waters Office
No. 12 Princes Dock