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.
The first phase of construction of Liverpool’s new Cruise Liner Terminal has begun. An overwater jack-up platform has arrived in the River Mersey to begin site investigations on the bedrock on which much of the new facility will be built.
Chartered financial planners Willson Grange Limited will be relocating its headquarters from Hoylake on the Wirral to a new space on Liverpool’s waterfront.
Incredible new visuals for the £5 billion Liverpool Waters project, which will transform Liverpool’s Waterfront, have been released to show how the 60-hectare development will look once completed.
Luxury vehicle insurance broker and incident service provider Novo has signed a five-year lease of 2,500 sq. ft. at No. 12 Princes Dock, Liverpool Waters.
Quantity surveying and project management company Walker Sime has signed a five-year lease of 3,500 sq. ft at No. 8 Princes Dock, Liverpool Waters.
In a seamless transition Darran will take over from incumbent Development Director Lindsey Ashworth when he retires from Peel Land and Property following a 30 year career with the Group in April.
A planning application has been approved for the placement of eight former shipping containers at Collingwood Dock, which will be transformed into a new heritage trail visitor centre highlighting the long and illustrious history of the north Liverpool and Bootle docks.
Liverpool City Council has appointed one of the UK’s leading building and civil engineering contractors to prepare a new Cruise Terminal Facility on the River Mersey.
Liverpool Waters Office
No. 12 Princes Dock