Plans submitted for mixed-use scheme at Liverpool Central station

Plans for a mixed-use scheme at Liverpool Central station have been submitted to the city council. The £160 million development by Liverpool Central Regeneration Ltd, a joint venture between Merepark and Ballymore, envisages a 38-storey building composed of three slender "blades", a hotel and leisure and retail elements. Designed by architects Woods Bagot, the 55,750m2 project aims to enhance the public realm with squares and improved links to the station and other neighbourhoods. Work will start next spring, subject to consent.

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