Peel Group has released new images of its planned Liverpool Waters development in the city's Central Docks area.
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The images reflect the lowered maximum heights of buildings to the north of the scheme around Stanley Dock where watchdog English Heritage is concerned about the potential impact on views of the World Heritage-listed dock. Buildings will be limited to 15 storeys at that point. Taller buildings will be limited to Princes Dock and Clarence Dock where heights could reach 55 storeys.
English Heritage recently said it would not support the application as the information provided by Peel "does not allow the effect of the development on historic buildings to be assessed accurately".
Peel plans 14m sq ft of mixed-use development on 150 acres. A decision on the application is expected in the summer.
The second of two free events to present the plans to the public will be held on Monday 7 February at the Crowne Plaza Hotel at Princes Dock from 6pm.