Liverpool City Council has submitted its bid to be host city for the Commonwealth Games in 2022, including potential venues here at Liverpool Waters.
This month’s News from the Waterfront features the return of the Disney Cruise Ship, an new business calling Princes Dock home, celebrating the Queen Elizabeth cruise liner, a visit from John Glen and the launch of a Liverpool Waters Newspaper.
Liverpool Waters hosted the North West Heathrow Business Summit last month, bringing businesses from around the region together to explore opportunities within the airport’s multi-billion pound supply chain.
Elite Synergy, who specialise in a number of services including payroll solutions, commercial utility and insurance negotiation, finance and asset management and pensions, retirement and inheritance advice, are relocating from their current offices in the Cotton Exchange on Bixteth Street.
Prince Edward was joined by the Prime Minister, the Metro Mayor of Liverpool City Region, Steve Rotherham, and the Mayor of Liverpool City Council, Joe Anderson, to celebrate Armed Forces Day on Saturday 24th June at Princes Dock, Liverpool Waters.
Made in Liverpool TV recently visited Liverpool Waters to film for a new programme for ‘Streets of Liverpool.’ A series that celebrates the rich architectural history of the city.
Liverpool City Council has appointed engineering consultancy Ramboll to lead a highly skilled technical team to develop a new permanent Cruise Terminal Facility on the River Mersey.
Global insurance broker Griffiths & Armour has signed a new 10-year lease on 18,000sqft of office space in No 12 at Princes Dock, Liverpool Waters…
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Liverpool Waters Office
No. 12 Princes Dock