THIS IS LIVERPOOL WATERS

Liverpool Waters is an ambitious 30-year vision to completely transform the city’s northern docks, creating a sustainable world-class, high-quality, mixed-use waterfront and bringing life back to the historic docklands.

As the largest single development opportunity in the city, Liverpool Waters is a seamless extension of both Liverpool’s Commercial Business District and its iconic world heritage waterfront.

Extending to over 2km along the banks of the River Mersey, the scheme has outline planning permission across 60 hectares, and will help drive substantial economic growth for Liverpool and the city region.

Quick facts

Spanning

2.3km

of the city’s famous waterfront, Liverpool Waters is bringing a swathe of historic dockland back to life

Live projects

£880million

Everton’s new stadium, Isle of Man Ferry terminal, key infrastructure and 600 new homes currently onsite

Net Zero

200,000sq ft

Princes Dock Grade A commercial space reverified Net Zero three years running

Introducing...

Liverpool Car Parking

At Liverpool Waters you can keep your car close with an array of parking options from contract to on foot.

Videos

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Things to do

Liverpool Waters offers visitors a varied range of amenities and entertainment offerings, in an iconic waterfront setting.

Latest News

15 Feb 2024

The UKs first public floating sauna launching in Liverpool

Waterside regeneration specialist, Peel Waters, is working in partnership with WYLD Sauna to bring the traditional Nordic sauna experience to Liverpool Waters this summer, in what will be the UK’s first public floating sauna. Moored on the banks of Princes Dock, it will provide a space to relax and escape in the heart of the city.

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12 Feb 2024

A third move at Princes Dock for growing Liverpool tech business

A leading expert in eSignature technology, E-Sign, who have recently opened new offices in Dublin and New York, is preparing for its 3rd office move at Liverpool Waters, due to its rapid growth in the digital solutions market.

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15 Nov 2023

Liverpool Waters to keep Taiwanese sculpture at Princes Dock

A popular sculpture by Taiwanese artist, Eleng Luluan, which was installed at Princes Dock as part of this year’s Liverpool Biennial festival, will now remain at Liverpool Waters for the next five years.

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03 Nov 2023

Seven Reasons why you should visit Dockside at Liverpool Waters

Have you visited Dockside at Liverpool Waters yet? A brand-new food, drink and entertainment hub at Princes Dock - open Thursday to Sunday, from 10am until 10pm - Dockside is not to be missed.

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12 Feb 2024
A third move at Princes Dock for growing Liverpool tech business
15 Nov 2023
Liverpool Waters to keep Taiwanese sculpture at Princes Dock
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