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Prime secures tenant for Speke shed

Prime Point, a speculatively developed 100,000 sq ft warehouse, has been fully let on completion to Benross Marketing, a wholesale supplier of appliances, gifts and garden equipment.

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Torus reveals Stanley Dock scheme

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Affordable homes provider and developer Torus has unveiled plans to regenerate two acres of former industrial land close to Liverpool’s Stanley Dock in a 210-home, £30m project. 

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Wirral drawing up 20-year ‘Left Bank’ masterplan

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Sarah Townsend

The council is working on the biggest regeneration framework the area has seen in decades, to encompass a stretch of land along the Wirral Peninsula taking in areas such as Seacombe, Liscard, New Brighton, Birkenhead, New Ferry and Bromborough.

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Latest Baltic Triangle apartments move forward 

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Dan Whelan

An entity of TaylorHighdale, a developer headed up by directors Robert Taylor and former Liverpool footballer Sean Highdale, wants to build 86 apartments across two blocks on the corner of Blundell Street and Simpson Street in the city centre.

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Littlewoods back on map with £17m boost

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Sarah Townsend

Developer Capital & Centric is reviving plans to redevelop Liverpool’s former Littlewoods building, and hopes to launch a construction tender and start on site this year following a cash injection from the city region.

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Liverpool office market slumps on Covid-19 

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Dan Whelan

A total of 20,000 sq ft of office deals was signed in the city centre during the second quarter of 2020, well below the 52,000 sq ft reported for the same period in 2019, according to the latest Big Nine market report from consultancy Avison Young. 

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Liverpool’s Ovatus scheme up for sale  

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Sarah Townsend

The company that acquired 122 Old Hall Street, a curved building with a mirrored glass façade near the waterfront, and hatched plans to replace it with two residential towers including what would be the city’s tallest building at 50 storeys high, is selling the site.