An ambitious £5 billion, 30-year vision to completely transform the city’s Northern Docks,
The Aquitania, West Waterloo Place Liverpool
The Waterfront Community
Investment Story (The Aquitania, West Waterloo Place)
Representing one of Europe’s largest single regeneration projects, Liverpool Waters is an ambitious £5 billion, 30-year vision to completely transform the city’s Northern Docks, creating a sustainable world-class, high-quality, mixed-use waterfront which will seamlessly bring together Liverpool’s thriving city centre with its iconic world heritage waterfront.
Romal Capital is proud of its partnership with Peel and Liverpool Waters. A natural fit for Romal’s vision to provide luxury affordable waterfront homes on one of the most prestigious waterfront investment and redevelopment opportunities in Europe.
World class amenities include a cultural square, 10 acre parkland, alfresco dining, 2.3km marine walk, floating dock and active waterfront, isle of man ferry terminal due for completion 2023 on your door step.
Development Location (Central Docks at Peel Liverpool Waters The Aquitania, West Waterloo Place)
Investment Fundamentals (Liverpool)
For the first time in 50 years, West Waterloo Place will connect Princes Dock, Central Docks and the 2.3km marine walk along the most historic waterfront in Europe.
West Waterloo Place is one of the most exciting and innovative developments ever to come to Liverpool. Offering waterside living of a superlative standard, just minutes from the beating heart of the city, it is therefore no surprise that the first three phases sold before completion.
Liverpool is one of the biggest urban regeneration areas in the UK, with around £14 billion being spent to boost the quality of living.
Combining the thriving Knowledge Quarter and Baltic Triangle and the weighty infrastructure being undertaken on the North Docklands £5 billion Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme all sides of the geographical compass led to one of the strongest job growth, rental, and sales returns in 2022.
With its vibrant ever-growing student and young professionals’ population, Liverpool has never been a better opportunity for industry, business, and investment locally, nationally or abroad.
Liverpool City Centre has two major bus stations – Paradise Street and Queen Square, both within a 20 minute walk from the development. Other main bus stops can be found at Victoria Street, Sir Thomas Street, London Road and Renshaw Street and some services run all night.
Liverpool has one of the most frequent commuter services outside London. The local trains serve Liverpool City Centre at four stations: Liverpool Central (20 min walk), Moorfields (9 min walk), James Street (10 min walk) and Lime Street (23 min walk), which is the city’s main train station, serving local and national routes.
There’s also the Liverpool John Lennon Airport which has a regular bus service from Liverpool city centre that costs about £3-4.
The University of Liverpool is the original redbrick university and ranks 21 out of 130 in the UK University League tables for 2023, going up an impressive nine places. Although the main campus is in the heart of Liverpool, they also have a partner university in Suzhou, China. Many students that start their studies in Liverpool have the opportunity to spend time studying in China.
Liverpool Hope University came fifth out of 130 in the UK university league tables for 2023, and it's also one of the best places to study a Health Studies degree, ranked 2nd in their top ten subject league tables.
Liverpool John Moores University offers courses to suit a variety of interests and career goals. Undergraduate degrees in Materials Technology, Land and Property Management and Agriculture and Forestry are all ranked in the top ten in their subject league tables for 2023.
Since Liverpool was crowned Capital of Culture in 2008, the city has had a facelift and fast established itself as not only a great place to live, but also the perfect place to visit. Over a million people a week visit Liverpool for its culture and commerce, shopping and sport.
It has more museums and galleries than any UK city outside of London, the architecture is stunning, there are more parks than in Paris, the people are friendly, and it has infectiously upbeat vibe.
The Albert Dock is one of the most beautiful spots in Liverpool. It has the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the UK and together they house some of the city’s major attractions, including the Tate Liverpool, the Maritime Museum and the Beatles Story.
There are also plenty of bars, cafes and restaurants to choose from, and it’s lovely place to simply take a wander.Visiting the docks is often listed as one of things you must do in Liverpool.
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