Liverpool City Council is about to appoint a contractor to deliver a Mersey waterfront link road for the new Isle of Man Ferry Terminal.
The Dragon Boat Race is now in its 7th year and was our biggest and best yet! Over 25 businesses took part to raise money for local charity Claire House Children’s Hospice.
The Department of Infrastructure at the Isle of Man Government is pleased to announce it has completed negotiations with Peel Land and Property Limited for the long-term leasehold ownership of a site at Princes Half Tide Dock, Liverpool Waters in Liverpool for the development of a new ferry terminal.
Peel Land and Property has been awarded full planning and listed building consent to construct a new opening in the Princes Dock boundary wall.
Disney Magic is making a welcome return to Liverpool in September at Princes Dock. She has 11 decks, holds 1754 passengers, 915 crew and is almost 1000ft in length.
Peel Energy, the low carbon energy arm of Peel Land and Property, has announced plans to develop a district heat network at its ambitious Liverpool Waters development, under the name of Mersey Heat.
Peel Land and Property has been awarded Property Business of the Year at the 2018 City of Liverpool Business Awards.
The historic Bascule Bridge on Regent Road, which crosses the historic Stanley Dock system, has had a new lighting system fitted to show off its unique engineering and architectural features in a multitude of different colours.
International development company, Romal Capital owned and operated by Gregory Malouf, has now completed the steel superstructure at its Quay Central building within Liverpool Waters’ Central Dock neighbourhood.
June and July will be the busiest ever as they gear up to welcome 25 different vessels with 37,317 international passengers and 17,348 crew.
Liverpool Waters Office
No. 12 Princes Dock