King Edward Trianlge Unit Livverpool Waters
The two firms join a microbrewery and gym at King Edward Triangle

Peel agrees pair of lettings at Liverpool Waters

Recreational axe-throwing outfit Hatchet Harry’s and car hire company Easirent have taken a combined 6,800 sq ft at King Edward Triangle, an industrial estate that forms part of Peel L&P’s Liverpool Waters. 

The Liverpool branch of Hatchet Harry’s is the company’s first in the North West but third in total, adding to its offers in Newcastle and Glasgow. 

The company has taken 3,400 sq ft on a five-year lease in Liverpool due to the growth in the city’s visitor economy over the last few years, according to its managing director Jack Beadle. 

Beadle said: “It seemed a perfect fit. We are popular with stag and hen dos, so the city centre location means that we will be within walking distance of nightlife and other leisure facilities. 

“Liverpool Waters hits all of our criteria when looking for new locations and we know the area will be growing a huge amount more over the next few years, which can only help our business grow.”  

Easirent, which has its headquarters at the Royal Liver Building in Liverpool, has taken a five-year lease on 3,400 sq ft of space at King Edward Triangle, its 26th UK location. 

The move marks a relocation for the firm’s Bootle office, which employs eight staff.  

The companies join existing occupiers, including craft beer maker Carnival Brewing Company, personal training gym Crew42 Gym, and M&E and public health services provider HE Simm.

Liza Marco, asset manager at Liverpool Waters, said: “There is a diverse range of businesses across Liverpool Waters, all of which are at different stages of growth.  

“These businesses demonstrate the versatility of the space that is on offer and the range of possible uses.” 

The letting agents for Liverpool Waters are Avison Young and Legat Owen.

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the king edward triangle, wasn`t that meant to be the site of the shanghai tower, not much hope there then, as these lettings are on 5 year leases,its time Peel were honest about Liverpool Waters, it`s not going to be a £5 billion project as most of the high rise will not materialise.

By sound

I think we should rename it “Liverpool Puddle” now. Peel still appear to not understand or believe in this stretch of land. They are more interested in other areas of their empire. I still beleive they bit off more than they could chew and Liverpool and Wirral are the losers here. It is about time the land was taken off them and presented to someone who can deliver the promises. It will be a hundred years before they finish this project if that?

By Liverpolitis

Don’t want to upset the people of Cheshire who frequent this site to read Scouse comments But yeah. There was no such thing as Liverpool Waters. Just a scale model. The whole site now is gearing up for ‘dirty’ industry rather than grade A office space. Reply to Sound.

By Billy

There is not going to be any new office space, because they don’t want there to be. If we’re lucky we might get some new budget hotels to accommodate The hen parties. Offices are destined for Manchester, the new capital of the north.

By Michael McDonut

King Edward Triangle an old/70smindustrial estate adjacent to the Liverpool waters …..these usages ok for that area …..wether it should be close to town centre in the long term doubtful,,,,,, but will have no impact on plans for Liverpool waters….which are still ongoing g ( slowly) but certainly not dirty uses etc as other negative comments above have suggested I am no great fan of Peel ….but overall things look quite postive for these sites

By George