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.
The city’s new terminal, situated within Peel L&P’s £5bn Liverpool Waters scheme, will be constructed at the Princes Jetty site.
The proposal will enable the world’s largest cruise ships (up to 3,600 passengers) to embark and disembark at Liverpool, providing a world-class experience for cruise companies and passengers.
Regeneration business Peel L&P has pledged to support new global sustainability goals, joining industry leaders and innovators from around the world in helping to create a fair and sustainable planet by 2030.
Liverpool’s latest tourist attraction is set to bring nearly 200 years of dockland history to life.
An independent review of the first 10 years of Ocean Gateway reveals that it has delivered more than £5 billion of private investment, creating 21,000 jobs and 5,000 new homes.
Peel L&P has awarded a major contract to last mile multi-utility network owner and operator Leep Utilities for the adoption of the electricity network at Liverpool Waters. The Liverpool Waters project features over 20 million square feet of residential, business and leisure space, bringing life back to Liverpool’s historic docklands.
Everton Football Club today revealed the proposed designs for its iconic new stadium which would be built on semi-derelict dockland in North Liverpool and deliver a £1bn boost to the city’s economy.
Liverpool Waters Office
No. 12 Princes Dock