creating a millennial waterfront
An opportunity presented by Liverpool City Council to transform the former Festival Gardens, a 42-hectare brownfield site into a major new mixed-use residential community and leisure destination.
Situated along a mile of waterfront on the edge of one of the city’s most ATTRACTIVE residential suburbs.
Within easy reach of the city centre, the site benefits from excellent public transport links; by car it is 15 minutes from national motorway networks and 25 minutes from John Lennon Airport.
the vision focuses on creating new NEIGHBOuRHOODs for modern lifestyles.
2500 homes across 3 districts CHARACTERIsED by public spaces, beautiful homes and Apartments, schools, bars, restaurants and hotels.
a newly articulated waterfront creating an exciting new leisure destination.
building on an established residential area where demand for family homes is outpacing supply.
walkable neigbourhoods and sustainable transport networks that link to the city.
underpinned by 10 strategic objectives that deliver the uk government's sustainable communities agenda.
With an investment value of £700 million, Festival park is a significant offer within the city's development portfolio.
outline planning approval scheduled for spring 2018.
Liverpool City Council welcome propositions for a public/private sector partnership to support the delivery of this opportunity.
wide-ranging incentives will be offered to assist incoming investment.
to get in contact, follow the link at the top of this page.