2023 has seen progress across the board at Liverpool Waters.
Two significant residential developments got underway in 2023 and now, between X1’s Patagonia Place and Romal’s Aquitania and Mauretania developments, there are over 600 new homes under construction at Liverpool Waters. These will add to the over 1,000 homes currently occupied across scheme.
Both the new Isle of Man Ferry Terminal and Everton FC’s new stadium made significant progress in 2023. Both key projects are expected to complete in 2024, with a final decision yet to be taken on when the first game will be played at the stadium.
As 2023 draws to a close, there is close to £1bn worth of live construction projects across Liverpool Waters.
In March Liverpool City Council planners gave the green light to Central Park and enabling infrastructure at Central Docks. This work will pave the way for ten years of regeneration across what will be the largest of the five neighbourhoods planned at Liverpool Waters.
In October construction started on the Mersey Heat Energy Centre to supply low carbon heat to thousands of Liverpool homes and businesses, adding to the long-term sustainability of Liverpool Waters.
The already thriving Princes Dock community continues to evolve and grow. New entrants include The City Hospital, Sainsburys, 15Talant, System C and flexible workspace solution ARRIVE, with existing tenants KPMG, Ryder Levitt Bucknall and Henry Bath among a long list of businesses choosing to stay at Princes Dock. And all these organisations enjoy buildings that in 2023 were verified as net zero for three years running. With hotels, cafes and bars sitting alongside an installation from an internationally acclaimed artist, dragon boat racing, canoe polo, open water swimming and scuba diving, Princes Dock is a fantastic extension of Liverpool City Centre.