The largest and most exciting regeneration project in the UK.
Revitalising 300 acres of former dockland, Wirral Waters is a pioneering, mixed use, highly sustainable, waterside city extension.
Wirral Waters has the possibility to transform the derelict site into a sustainable location for local and international businesses, creating 1,000’s of permanent jobs for the Liverpool City Region, as well as offering new housing opportunities.
500 Acres of land and water
Up to 13,000 new homes consented
20 million sq ft of mixed use floor space approved
Wirral Waters is made up of six neighbourhood areas.
The focus of regeneration delivery right now is across three of the neighbourhoods; Four Bridges, Northbank and Mea Park.
Four Bridges now includes Hythe – a brand new highly sustainable 25,000 sq ft Grade A office, Wirral Met College’s Construction Campus, Kingsgate – a 48,000 sq ft office and the new Tower Road streetscape which has been transformed into a high quality, safe, flood resilient attractive new place designed to raise priority to pedestrians and cyclists, while attracting new business, workers, students and visitors alike.
To complete the Four Bridges neighbourhood two developments are in the immediate pipeline; the Maritime Knowledge Hub and Egerton Village.
The emerging Northbank neighbourhood is set to become a diverse, inclusive and sustainable new residential community.
Encompassing a range of different developments, including the multi-award-winning Millers Quay which is currently under construction, Northbank will deliver over 1,100 new homes in the next few years.
Mea Park falls under the Liverpool City Region Freeport designation, with the Mea Park neighbourhood included within the Tax Site status.
Businesses choosing to locate in these areas may qualify for additional support including tax reliefs and customs benefits.
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