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.
This week, boutique property agency Redwing Living, was joined by Vermont Construction Group and Peel L&P at Princes Dock, to witness the topping out of the £21 million residential development, Plaza 1821.
We are an ambitious regeneration business with generations of history, heritage and expertise in our DNA. First established in 1971, Peel L&P is now responsible for some of the most transformational development projects in the UK today.
CBRE’s Investment Advisory team, part of CBRE Capital Advisors, has arranged a £13 million senior loan facility, on behalf of the Merseyside Pension Fund, to support the development of the first phase of a Heat Network at Liverpool Waters, one of Liverpool’s most significant regeneration projects.
Wates Construction, the contractor appointed to build Liverpool City Council’s new Cruise Terminal Hotel, has submitted a detailed planning application for the new development, which forms part of Peel Land and Property’s Liverpool Waters, the city’s major waterfront regeneration scheme.
The Hero Challenge is back for the 2019 season and the fast and fun night golf contest will once again take place in a series of iconic city locations – with Liverpool Waters’ Princes Dock in England providing a vibrant backdrop for the opening edition.
Construction of the Isle of Man Ferry Terminal in Liverpool can start in the summer after planning approval was confirmed today (Tuesday 9 April).
MIPIM, the four-day international property festival held in Cannes, is an incredibly important date in the industry’s calendar. With developers, investors and contractors from across the globe in attendance, it’s a fantastic opportunity for cities to communicate their plans.
The City of Liverpool College has been awarded £500,000 by the Government’s Construction Skills Fund to create Liverpool’s first on-site ‘Construction Hub’, which will bridge the gap between skills training and employment in the construction industry.
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