The planning statement described Bramley-Moore Dock and Ten Streets as an "underutilised area", adding: "This site is well-located within the Northern Docks, close to sustainable access options and existing and proposed commercial and leisure opportunities.
Liverpool hit the headlines at this year’s four-day international property festival, with lots to talk about on what has been happening in the last year at Liverpool Waters, and what is in the planning.
Gregory Malouf, chief executive at developer Romal Capital, has unveiled a vision for an expanded residential offering at Liverpool’s Central Dock featuring 646 apartments and commercial space, aimed at creating “a little Amsterdam in the heart of Liverpool”.
The proposed Isle of Man Ferry Terminal in Liverpool, which will be situated at Princes Half Tide Dock, 800 metres downriver from the current Pier Head facility within the £5 billion Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme. A planning application is due to be submitted in November 2018.
The second phase of the Central Docks neighbourhood – Park Central – is set to be officially launched on 8th September by property investment company BuyAssociation and developers Romal Capital.