Huskisson Dock warehouse, Peel Ports, p Big Partnership

The plot has access to road, rail, and sea. Credit: via Big Partnership

Peel Ports offers up 100,000 sq ft Liverpool opportunity

An occupier is wanted for a site billed as an “ideal hub” for companies working in the distribution or manufacturing sectors.

Peel Ports is marketing a site at Huskisson Dock capable of meeting the needs of an occupier requiring a 100,000 sq ft warehouse or processing facility with access to road, rail, and sea.

The Port of Liverpool operator said it will provide interested occupiers with “bespoke design and build solutions to enable the creation of a purpose-built facility”.

Phil Hall, port director at Peel Ports, said: “This land at Huskisson Dock is in a great location and with its strong road, rail, and sea links across the North West and beyond, it is ideal for organisations working in the distribution and manufacturing sectors.

“At Peel Ports we don’t just provide organisations with a base for their operations, but we help them to be as successful as possible. For organisations looking to call Huskisson Dock home, they’ll find they have all the support they need through our port-centric services to allow them to perform as efficiently as possible.”

Named after British MP William Huskisson, the dock has had several uses over the years. It started out as a hub for coal exports in the mid-1800s and has also hosted cruise liners.

It was bombed during the Blitz while being used to support the war effort.

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As ever Peel so very facilitating for people who want to lease their land and operate a business while paying them rent.

By Anonymous

More great news for the port of Liverpool. Peel repurposing old redundant quaysides to attract more business into the City. I don’t get all the negativity surrounding Peel. When you look at the huge investments made in and around the port over the last 10 years it’s staggering. OK Liverpool waters is a bit of a letdown but that was massively and negatively influenced by LCC and UNESCO in my opinion.

By Stephen Hart

A great opportunity for the rejunivaction of a valuable job creation site.

I believe that there is a possibility that the Northern Docks are independent of the local councillors (chimney sweeps, bottle washers, wheel tappers crew,) If so then “planning permission” and other legal factors belong to Peel Ports as inheriors of the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board.

Regeneration of the Regent Road former industrial area, would be a wonderful creator of employment…..
Sandhills also Bankhall railway stations could provide a major transport link for new employees…
Well done to Peel Port management team.

By Anonymous

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