Central Docks, Liverpool Waters
Park Central is the second phase of the Central Docks residential developments consisting of 129 one- and two-bed apartments. Located directly opposite a new 12-acre park and on a new £9 million boulevard, Park Central is effectively an island site that will have uninterrupted views of either the parkland or the canal riverway towards the city centre.
The 12-acre area of parkland being created as part of the project will be the focus of Central Docks around which unique business, entertainment and leisure spaces will create the beating heart of Liverpool Waters.
- Five unique neighbourhoods spread over a 60-hectare stretch of land
- 9,000 residential units, 315,000 sq.m of business space and 53,000 sq.m of hotel and conference facilities
- New £60m cruise liner terminal and Isle of Man ferry terminal
- £22m of investment into new roads and infrastructure
Liverpool Waters is a huge, ambitious project which will see the city’s northern docklands area completely transformed in a £5bn scheme. Located on the River Mersey waterfront, the 60-hectare project will ultimately see the creation of five new, unique neighbourhoods – Princes Dock, Central Docks, Clarence Docks, Northern Docks and King Edward Triangle. With a huge range of opportunities available for investors, the 9,000 residential apartments will bring the historic docklands back to life, offering residents world-class leisure facilities, as well as restaurants, bars and cafes alongside a cultural hub and retail spaces.
Liverpool – A Capital of Culture
Famous for its two Premier League football clubs, world-renowned music scene and important industrial history, the city of Liverpool situated in the north-west of England has benefited from a major overhaul triggered largely by its success as the European City of Culture in 2008. Regeneration in the city is ongoing as its population continues to expand, and it is now classed as one of the best places in the country to invest in the buy-to-let sector.
The Northern Powerhouse
Liverpool is one of the core places being targeted by the government’s Northern Powerhouse proposal, alongside the likes of Manchester, Leeds and Newcastle, as the city pushes to be given more powers away from London’s Whitehall.
The city is currently undergoing a £14bn overhaul led by the city council, with a number of redevelopment and regeneration projects taking place throughout Liverpool. It is expected to benefit from 10,000 new homes, a new stadium for Everton Football Club, £250m of road infrastructure and two million square feet of commercial office space.
Alongside this, the Liverpool Local Plan will see the creation of 38,000 new jobs and 35,000 new homes between now and 2033, with the population forecast to rise above half a million.