LIVERPOOL DEVELOPMENT UPDATE - March 2015

 
LIVERPOOL DEVELOPMENT UPDATE - March 2015
LIVERPOOL
DEVELOPMENT
UPDATE
March 2015
LIVERPOOL DEVELOPMENT UPDATE - March 2015
Welcome
                               Welcome to the latest edition of Liverpool Development Update.

                               It is has often been said that you can judge how well a city is doing by
                               counting the number of cranes towering above its skyline. Today, at
                               the start of March 2015 there are 17 large cranes on building sites
                               across the City Centre where some £1.13 billion worth of development
                               is currently underway. This level of activity exceeds that which was
                               underway in 2008 (excluding Liverpool ONE), the year of European
                               Capital of Culture which had attracted so much developer interest in
                               Liverpool. Now, some seven years later, that interest is being sustained
                               and built upon even further.

                               In the neighbourhoods, more than £750m worth of development
                               activity is also underway. As the new Alder Hey hospital prepares to
                               open, work has finally begun on a number of schemes we have waited
                               for many years to see. The long-awaited Project Jennifer has begun,
                               with work starting on the new food superstore in the next few months.
                               In nearby Anfield, Liverpool FC has started the expansion of the club’s
                               stadium, while just a couple of miles away, site clearance work is
                               continuing as the £200m rebuilding of Edge Lane Retail Park gets
                               underway.

                               All the above activity, amounting to £1.89 billion, will create around
                               4000 jobs when all the new or refurbished floorspace is filled. In the
                               meantime, the building work itself is creating several thousand
                               construction jobs.

                               Of the 12 new schools I promised when I became Mayor in 2012, 11 are
                               either built or on site and the last school is currently awaiting planning
                               permission. In the housing sector, more than 4,300 of my target of 5,000
                               new homes have been built or are currently on site, while the number
                               of derelict and vacant homes brought back into use has now almost
                               achieved double the original target of 1,000 and we now have a new
                               target of another 3,000. We are also actively pursuing absentee owners
                               of vacant homes to encourage them to bring their buildings back to
                               life for families who want to live in them, and have introduced the UK’s
                               first mandatory licensing scheme for private landlords to make sure
                               that their properties are maintained to an acceptable standard.

                                Liverpool is a fantastic city, much loved by the millions of visitors who
                               come here to experience our cultural and retail offer, not to mention
                               the burgeoning conference market with our BT Conference Centre
FRONT COVER:                   and soon-to-open Exhibition Centre, which will attract some of
                               Europe’s biggest trade shows and the ever-increasing number of cruise
             2                 ships calling in to our cruise liner facility. Last year’s International
                               Festival for Business was a major success; one of its key legacies being
      1      3                 that Liverpool, the city region and the wider North West are more
                               clearly recognised as excellent places in which to invest. Liverpool, a
             4                 top class business destination, will hold the event on behalf of the UK
                               again in 2016.
1.   ALOFT HOTEL, NORTH JOHN
     STREET
2.   CROWN PLACE,              I am sure that the information in this document will be useful to
     BROWNLOW HILL             individuals and organisations involved in regeneration, investment and
3.   JOHNSON CONTROLS,
                               development and my team is always ready to talk to you.
     LIVERPOOL INTERNATIONAL
     BUSINESS PARK, SPEKE
4.   LFC STADIUM, ANFIELD      Joe Anderson, OBE    Mayor of Liverpool
LIVERPOOL DEVELOPMENT UPDATE - March 2015
Contents

Development Overview: Citywide               1

Development Overview: City Centre            2

City Centre: Offices                         3

City Centre: Retail                          4

City Centre: Leisure & Culture               5

City Centre: Hotels                          6

City Centre: Knowledge Quarter               7

City Centre: Residential                     8

City Centre Development Schedule             9

Development Overview: Outside the City Centre 21

Neighbourhoods: Industry & Warehousing       23

Neighbourhoods: Retail & Leisure             24

Neighbourhoods: Schools                      25

Neighbourhoods: Health                       26

Neighbourhoods: Residential                  27

North Liverpool Mayoral Development Zone     29

Stonebridge Cross Mayoral Development Zone   33

Central Liverpool Mayoral Development Zone   35

South Liverpool Mayoral Development Zone     37
LIVERPOOL DEVELOPMENT UPDATE - March 2015
Development Overview: City-wide

   CITY-WIDE DEVELOPMENT
   ACTIVITY OVERVIEW:
   KEY FACTS AT A GLANCE:

   • Value of major schemes completed in the
     whole City of Liverpool since January 2010:
     £2.8 billion

   • Value of major schemes completed in
     Liverpool since January 2014:
     £648 million

   • Number of potential new FTE equivalent
     jobs created by city-wide developments
                                                              THE LARGEST CONCENTRATION OF CRANES IN THE CITY AT ALDER
     completed since January 2014: 1,835                      HEY’S NEW HOSPITAL SITE DURING SUMMER 2014

   • Value of major schemes currently on site
     city-wide: £1.89 billion of which £1 billion
     will complete during 2015.                               SURGE IN CITY-WIDE DEVELOPMENT
   • Number of potential new jobs that will be
                                                              ACTIVITY
     created by new developments that are                     Liverpool’s economic upturn is continuing, with 17 tall
     currently on site: 4,372                                 cranes visible on the city centre’s skyline alone
                                                              evoking memories of the previous construction boom
                                                              during 2008 as Liverpool ONE was nearing completion
Breakdown of development values by                            and residential investors flocked to Europe’s Capital of
activity currently on site, Liverpool city-wide               Culture. At present the city has some £1.89 billion
as at February 2015 (£m)                                      worth of development activity on site, with some £740
                                          15
                                                              million of this taking place outside of the City Centre.
                                              50              By far the greatest element of this new activity is in the health
                                  298              92         sector, with two of the city’s major hospitals currently being
                                                              rebuilt at a combined cost of £666 million.

                                                              Another major boom is being witnessed in student
                                                              accommodation. This also had seen modest growth during
                                                              the mid 2000s. However, students coming to the city from all
                 254                                          over the world have much higher expectations for their
                                                              temporary city home, and suppliers are rising to the
                                                              challenge to deliver yet more quality of choice, particularly
                                                        706   in and around the City Centre where some £297 million is
                                                              being invested in the creation of over 4,000 student
            22
                                                              pods/bedrooms.
                       157
                                                              Over £250 million is being invested in other housing either
                             87                               building new homes or refurbishing existing homes.
  INDUSTRIAL                            195                   Significant progress has been made in bringing many empty
  OFFICES                                                     homes in the city’s neighbourhoods back into use, with the
                                                              Mayor’s original target of 1,000 now having been
  RETAIL/DISTRICT CENTRES                                     comfortably exceeded and an additional target of another
  HEALTH CENTRES & HOSPITALS                                  2,000 being set.
  EDUCATION (SCHOOLS, COLLEGES, UNIVERSITIES)
                                                              With the long-awaited Project Jennifer just having gone on
  HOTELS                                                      site in North Liverpool, the value of retail schemes in the
                                                              neighbourhoods has been boosted to £92 million, and will
  OTHER MAJOR LEISURE ATTRACTIONS
                                                              see a more significant boost later this year when the next
  PUBLIC SECTOR INC INFRASTRUCTURE                            phases of the £200 million Edge Lane Retail Park get
  HOUSING (NON-STUDENT)                                       underway.
  STUDENT ACCOMMODATION

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Development Overview: City Centre

                                                                                               CITY CENTRE DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                               ACTIVITY OVERVIEW:
                                                                                               KEY FACTS AT A GLANCE:

                                                                                                   Value of major schemes completed in
                                                                                                    the City Centre since 2000:
                                                                                                    £4.36 billion

                                                                                                   Value of major schemes completed in
                                                                                                    the City Centre during 2014:
                                                                                                    £249 million

                                                                                                   Number of potential new jobs created
                                                                                                    or safeguarded by developments
“BALTIC VILLAGE””, A £40 MILLION RESIDENTIAL SCHEME AT HURST STREET
COMMENCED ON SITE IN DECEMBER 2014. IT WILL DELIVER 324 APARTMENTS.
                                                                                                    completed since January 2014 (when
                                                                                                    let and filled to capacity): 1,835

                                                                                                   Value of major schemes currently on
CITY CENTRE SEES SPIKE IN CONSTRUCTION                                                              site across the City Centre: £1.13 billion
ACTIVITY AS NEW HOMES APPEAR                                                                        of which £522 million is expected to
                                                                                                    complete during 2015.
With over £520 million of investment due to complete in the City
Centre this year, 2015 will see more than double the amount of
investment finished than in most previous years. Investors are
clearly returning to the city as money becomes available again,
and it looks as though some £1.3 billion is likely to be spent over
the next three years, creating several thousand jobs within the
construction industry.

Late 2014 and early 2015 is witnessing a welcome increase of
non-student related residential activity commencing or coming
forward for planning approval. Whereas 2013 and 2014 only saw
some 124 new units built, 2015 and 2016 will see at least 745
apartments and family homes completed that are already on
site.
                  600
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                  500                                                                                                           522
                                                               115
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                                                                                                                                        230            430
                 400
£ millions

                  300
                                       310                                 312
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                 200                         235   232                                                           233
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                  100                                                                                                                          133
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                   0
                           2005          2006        2007        2008        2008       2010       2011   2012   2013   2014   2015    2016     2017

Major Development Schemes in Liverpool City Centre since 2005
             COMPLETED SCHEME VALUES            LIVERPOOL ONE COMPLETED SCHEME VALUES
             EXPECTED COMPLETION YEAR AND VALUES OF SCHEMES CURRENTLY ON SITE
         EXPECTED COMPLETION YEAR AND VALUE OF ROYAL LIVERPOOL HOSPITAL (CURRENTLY ON SITE)
         EXPECTED COMPLETION YEAR AND VALUES OF UNSTARTED SCHEMES AS SUGGESTED BY DEVELOPERS

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City Centre: Offices

                                                                     2014 saw the continuing refurbishment of existing
                                                                     office stock providing refreshed accommodation
                                                                     for city workers, with a total of 383,341 sq ft being
                                                                     taken up, nearly 67,000 sq ft more than in 2013.

                                                                     Moorfields Corporate Recovery have invested
                                                                     in 20,500 sq ft of space inside Walker House
                                                                     and Horton House (Exchange Buildings): 16,500
                                                                     sq ft inside Walker House was taken up by law
                                                                     firm Jackson & Canter, whilst 4,500 sq ft in
                                                                     Horton House will be filled by recruitment
                                                                     agency Bluefire Consulting. Meanwhile,
                                                                     Liverpool City Council refurbished some 80,000
                                                                     sq ft of its new acquisition, Cunard Building,
                                                                     before relocating 800 staff into it.
16,500 SQ FT OF OFFICE SPACE INSIDE WALKER HOUSE WAS TAKEN BY
JACKSON & CANTER WHO SPENT £500,000 ON A CUSTOM FIT OUT FOR          Four significant new schemes are currently on
RELOCATING ITS HEAD OFFICE FROM CHURCH STREET                        site. These include a new 62,000 sq ft office for
                                                                     Atlantic Container Line at 86-90 Duke Street;
                                                                     40,000 sq ft at “Tempest”, 12 Tithebarn Street;
                                                                     40,000 sq ft at Watson Building; and over 75,000
                                                                     sq ft at “The Department” in Central Village.

                                                                     Since January 2014:
                                                                                            Value of office refurbishments
                                                                                £9.5        completed
                                                                                            Square feet of office floorspace
                                                                          153,777           refurbished
                                                                                            Net potential new or safeguarded
                                                                                 245        jobs created when the above
                                                                                            space is filled

                                                                     Currently on site:
MEREPARK’S 75,000 SQ FT “THE DEPARTMENT” INSIDE PART OF THE FORMER                          Value of office refurbishments/
LEWIS’S BUILDING WILL COMPLETE IN SUMMER 2015                                  £50.0        developments
                                                                                            Square feet of office floorspace
                                                                           238,657          being built or refurbished

                                                                                            Net potential new or safeguarded
                                                                               1,350        jobs created when the above
                                                                                            space is filled

                                                                     Key Facts
                                                                                            Square feet taken up January-
                                                                           383,341          December 2014* (up 21% from 2013)

                                                                      £21 per sq ft         Headline rents Grade A

                                                                      £17 per sq ft         Headline rents Grade B
86-90 DUKE STREET WILL BE THE NEW 62,000 SQ FT HEADQUARTERS FOR
ATLANTIC CONTAINER LINE’S 120 STAFF RELOCATING FROM PRINCES DOCK
                                                                                7.5%        Prime yields

                                                                     ** Property Group of Professional Liverpool, February 2015
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City Centre: Retail

Investment completed in Liverpool’s Main Retail
Area during 2014 saw a revamp of Clayton
Square, which has remodelled its interior
circulation and created some newer, larger units,
the first of which was taken up by a Morrisons
food store.

Merepark’s Central Village scheme continues on
site. The former Lewis’s Building has already partly
opened with the Adagio Aparthotel, whilst the
remaining sections with offices, a gym and
ground floors with over 100,000 square feet of
retail/leisure elements are due to complete in the
next few months. Amongst the major brands
moving in will be Costa Coffee, Frankie & Benny's,        CLAYTON SQUARE’S £3.5 MILLION RECONFIGURATION COMPLETED AT
Prezzo Handmade Burger Co, and Lidl.                      THE END OF 2014. THE REDESIGN REDUCED THE NUMBER BUT INCREASED
                                                          THE SIZE OF RETAIL UNITS ON OFFER.

Footfall across the whole MRA rose slightly in 2014
by 0.3% to 53.08 million, whilst Liverpool ONE saw
27 million shoppers, a rise of 4% on 2013.
Meanwhile, Liverpool’s retail vacancy rate
dropped from 12.2% to 11.6%, putting it much
closer to the UK national average. 67 new retail
businesses arrived or changed units against 58
who closed.

Since January 2014:
                 Value of retail refurbishments/
      £5.0m      developments completed

                 Square feet of retail floorspace built
     33,867      or refurbished
                                                          ARTIST’S CGI OF THE NEW INTERNAL ATRIUM INSIDE FOR THE FORMER
                                                          LEWIS’S BUILDING, CENTRAL VILLAGE, DUE FOR COMPLETION IN SUMMER
                                                          2015. THE RETAIL/LEISURE ELEMENT OF THE £27 MILLION SCHEME IS AROUND
                 Net potential new jobs created           £10 MILLION.
         134     when the above space is filled

Currently on site:
                 Value of retail refurbishments/
     £12.0m      developments

                 Square feet of retail floorspace
    183,841      being built or refurbished

                 Net potential new jobs created
         827     when the above space is filled

Key Facts
                 Square feet total retail floorspace in
  3,000,000      Liverpool’s MRA

                 MRA Retail Vacancy Rate as at
      11.6%      February 2015                            LIVERPOOL ONE SAW SEVERAL NEW ARRIVALS INCLUDING TOY ‘R US,
                                                          ARGOS, SELECT, BOSE, SAMSUNG, CADENZA JEWELLERY, BILL’S
                 Zone A prime frontage rents per          RESTAURANT, COTE BISTRO, AND HANDBAG SPECIALISTS MICHAEL KORS
 £280-£320       square foot                              AND RADLEY

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City Centre: Leisure and Culture

                                                                    2014 proved to be another cultural benchmark
                                                                    for Liverpool as, amongst many superbly staged
                                                                    highlights, the city played host to one of the UK’s
                                                                    flagship events to commemorate the start of
                                                                    World War One. As the giants returned for
                                                                    “Memories of August 1914”, 1 million visitors
                                                                    came to see them, and over the five-day period
                                                                    spent an amazing £46 million. Other significant
                                                                    events held during the year included the Mersey
                                                                    River Festival and the Liverpool International
                                                                    Music Festival.

                                                                    Liverpool Cruise Terminal, awarded best ‘UK Port
                                                                    of Call’ by Cruise Critic Awards for the second
                                                                    year running in November 2014, welcomed 50
                                                                    cruise liners in 2014 carrying over 58,000
MEMORIES OF AUGUST 1914 SAW THE GIANTS RETURN TO LIVERPOOL FOR      passengers and 28,000 crew.
THE SECOND TIME. A THIRD VISIT IS INEVITABLE.      © Ant Clausen
                                                                    In terms of leisure developments, 2014 saw the
                                                                    completion of the Everyman Theatre’s award-
                                                                    winning £28 million rebuild, whilst in May, work
                                                                    started on a £13.8 million extension to the Royal
                                                                    Philharmonic Theatre. Meanwhile, work
                                                                    continues on the phased refurbishment of the
                                                                    Royal Court Theatre.

                                                                    Since January 2014:
                                                                                     Value of leisure refurbishments/
                                                                        £28.0m       developments completed

                                                                    Currently on site:
                                                                                     Value of leisure refurbishments/
                                                                           £56.6     developments
ON SITE: ARTIST’S IMPRESSION OF HOW THE NEW FRONT OF THE ROYAL
                                                                                     Square feet of leisure floorspace
COURT THEATRE WILL LOOK.
                                                                        182,964      being built or refurbished
                                                                                     Net potential new jobs created
                                                                               45    when the above space is filled

                                                                    Key Facts about Liverpool
                                                                                     Annual value of Liverpool based
                                                                        £2.25bn      tourism
                                                                                     Jobs supported by Liverpool based
                                                                          30,000     tourism
                                                                                     Best City in the World to Visit in 2014
                                                                              3rd    according to travel bible Rough
                                                                                     Guide

                                                                                     Best destination for tourists according
                                                                        UK’s 4th     to TripAdvisor’s “Travellers Choice”
                                                                                     awards
GROWING INDUSTRY: LIVERPOOL CRUISE LINER TERMINAL   © Ant Clausen

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City Centre: Hotels

2014 was another highly successful year for the
city’s hotel industry. Despite six new hotels having
opened in 2013 and been joined by a further
three in 2014, the number of hotel rooms sold rose
yet again from the previous record of 1.33 million
in 2013 to 1.65 million. This has clearly been
supported by Liverpool’s growth as a major tourist,
cultural, short-break, wedding venue and
conference destination.

More significantly, average room yields saw
another – and more impressive – 13% increase,
from £45.45 in 2013 to £51.30 …. almost returning
to the record high seen during 2008’s Capital of
Culture. Weekend yields in 2014 were attaining
an average £75.05, a rise of 47% on the £51.06
being achieved in 2012.                                THE £18 MILLION “ALOFT LIVERPOOL”, NORTH JOHN STREET – THE BRAND’S
                                                       FIRST VENUE TO OPEN OUTSIDE OF LONDON
The major new hotels completed during the year
were “Aloft Liverpool” and “30 James Street –
Home of the Titanic”, bringing 180 new rooms to
the market between them.

Since January 2014:
                 Value of hotel developments
    £27.2m       completed

                 New rooms created
         197
                 Net potential new jobs created
         140

Currently on site:
                 Value of hotel refurbishments/
     £86.8m      developments                           “30 JAMES STREET – HOME OF THE TITANIC”: THE 65-BEDROOMED HOTEL
                                                       AND SPA’S OWNERS WAS AWARDED THE INDEPENDENT ACCOLADE AT
                 Rooms being created                   THE COLLECTIVE HONOURS AWARD IN NOVEMBER 2014.
         500
                 Net potential new jobs created
         340

Key Hotel Data for January-December 2014
                 Rooms sold
      1.65m      (up from 1.32m in 2013)

                 Average occupancy
      75.4%      (up from 71.4% in 2013)

                 Weekend occupancy
      87.6%      (up from 86.2% in 2013)

                 Weekday occupancy
      72.8%      (up from 68.0% in 2013)

                 Average RevPar
      £51.30     (up from £45.45 in 2013)
                                                       “IRWELL CHAMBERS” ADDED 15 MORE SERVICED APARTMENTS TO ITS
                                                       EXISTING 51 IN OCTOBER 2014.

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City Centre: Knowledge Quarter

                                                                     Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter is the hub for the
                                                                     city’s burgeoning knowledge economy and one
                                                                     of the main economic drivers of the city region. It
                                                                     includes the city’s universities, the Royal Liverpool
                                                                     University Hospital (currently being rebuilt), the
                                                                     Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool
                                                                     Science Park, The National Oceanographic
                                                                     Centre, Mersey Bio Incubator, the Art & Design
                                                                     Academy, the Liverpool Institute for the
                                                                     Performing Arts and Liverpool Community
                                                                     College.

                                                                     Between them, these organisations provide
                                                                     accommodation for learning, research,
                                                                     incubation and commercialisation by new and
                                                                     growing businesses, and some £400 million has
THE £429 MILLION REBUILD OF THE ROYAL LIVERPOOL UNIVERSITY
TEACHING HOSPITAL CURRENTLY ON SITE, EMPLOYING OVER 600
                                                                     been invested since 2000.
CONSTRUCTION WORKERS. THE EXISTING HOSPITAL SITE WILL BE
REDEVELOPED AS A NEW BIO-MEDICAL CAMPUS EMPLOYING 5,000
SCIENTISTS AND TECHNOLOGY EXPERTS
                                                                     Since January 2014:
                                                                                      Value of schemes completed in the
                                                                          £120m       Knowledge Quarter in 12 months.

                                                                     Currently on site:
                                                                                      Value of developments under
                                                                          £562m       construction

                                                                                      Square feet of office/health/
                                                                           1.35m      education floorspace being built

                                                                                      Net potential new jobs created
                                                                              336     when the above space is filled

THE UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL’S £65 MILLION MATERIALS INNOVATION       Key Facts
FACTORY COMMENCED ON SITE IN OCTOBER 2014. IT WILL COMPLETE IN
SEPTEMBER 2016.                                                        Liverpool is one of the UK’s most popular
                                                                        places to study, with over 50,000 students
                                                                        from more than 100 countries attending its
                                                                        three universities, who annually contribute
                                                                        an estimated £300m to the city economy.

                                                                       The University of Liverpool is home to more
                                                                        scientists than Cambridge University.

                                                                       Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine is a
                                                                        world leader in tackling diseases such as
                                                                        malaria and has grown over the past
                                                                        decade after winning millions of pounds in
                                                                        grants to expand its life-saving work –
                                                                        including £650m from the foundation set up
                                                                        by Microsoft founder Bill Gates.
EARLY CGI OF THE £118 MILIION PROPOSED CLATTERBRIDGE CANCER
TREATMENT CENTRE TO BE BUILT NEXT TO THE ROYAL LIVERPOOL HOSPITAL.
A PLANNING APPLICATION IS EXPECTED IN 2015.

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City Centre: Residential

Liverpool City Centre’s population has now
grown to over 33,540 with the number of City
Centre residences currently standing at over
14,000. Several high volume residential schemes
are currently on site including “Baltic Village”,
the former HMRC Building at Kings Waterfront,
and “2 Moorfields”, whilst permission has been
granted to convert the former Heaps Rice Mill to
134 apartments in a scheme to be known as
“Baltic Square”.

A new trend for micro-apartments will see 136
one bedroomed homes created at “2
Moorfields”, whilst at “Philharmonic Rise”, 23 new
family homes are being created from former                                  “PHILHARMONIC RISE” WILL SEE FORMER STUDENT ACCOMMODATION
                                                                            CONVERTED TO 23 FOUR AND FIVE BEDROOM, SPACIOUS GEORGIAN
student conversions being deconverted back                                  TOWNHOUSES. PRICES WERE FROM £499,995 UPWARDS, WITH PHASE 1
into spacious townhouses.                                                   SOLD BEFORE COMPLETION.

Since January 2014:
                         Value of completed student
   £134.1m               accommodation schemes

                         Number of student bedrooms
          2,427          completed

                         Value of (non-student) residential
    £12.2m               schemes completed

                         Number of (non-student) new
           114           homes completed

Currently on site:
                                                                            ISLINGTON REGENERATION COMPANY’S £46 MILLION PROPOSAL FOR THE
                                                                            CORNER OF ISLINGTON/NORTON STREET WILL HAVE 738 STUDENT
                         Value of student accommodation
   £272.7m               schemes under construction
                                                                            BEDROOMS.

                         Number of student bedrooms under
          4,258          construction                                                                                                    3027

                                                                             Number of residential units
                         Value of (non-student) residential
   £103.2m               schemes under construction
                                                                             completed or on site in Liverpool
                                                                             City Centre since 2005
                                                                                                                            2427
                         Number of (non-student) new
           754           homes under construction
                                                                              RESIDENTIAL UNITS COMPLETED

   1800                                                                       RESIDENTIAL UNITS ON SITE
                                                                              STUDENT BEDROOMS COMPLETED
   1600
                                                                              STUDENT BEDROOMS ON SITE
   1400
   1200
                                                                                                     1244                                             1198
   1000                    1101                                                                                  1102
                                                1031
    800      849
                                                          757

     0
    600
    400     470
                   560            568
                                        456
                                                                601                582         582
                                                                                                                                   421
                                                                      345
    200                                                                                  218
                                                                                                                                                308
                                                     15                    18                  24           14                            27
                                            0                                                                           110
      0      2005           2006        2007     2008      2009        2010         2011        2012         2013                   2015         2016
                                                                                                                         2014

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City Centre
Development Schedule
This schedule provides detailed information on schemes in the City Centre, some
which have been completed in the last 14 months, are on site, have a live planning
application submitted or have received planning consent.

CITY CENTRE COMPLETED                               JANUARY 2014 – FEBRUARY 2015

WATERFRONT
MAP REF   ADDRESS                      DESCRIPTION                                              DEVELOPER              COST        COMPLETED
1         Cunard Building              Refurbishment of 4th and 5th floors (60,000 sq ft)       Merseyside Pension     Not         November
                                                                                                Fund                   disclosed   2014
2         Salthouse Dock               Repaving works                                           Liverpool City         £0.92m      June 2014
                                                                                                Council

COMMERCIAL DISTRICT
3         Irwell Chambers, 5 Union     Conversion of basement to 14 x1 and 1 x 2 bedroom        L3 Living              £1m         October
          Street                       serviced apartments.                                                                        2014
4         The Albany, Old Hall         6 courtyard level apartments and 2 commercial            Infinity (Albany)      £0.6m       September
          Street                       units in the basement facing Old Hall Street.            Development Ltd                    2014
5         Bold Spirit House, 10-12     To convert office building to 5 apartments creating      Bold Spirit Ltd        £1.5m       June 2014
          Pall Mall                    25 self-contained en-suite studio bedrooms

PUMPFIELDS
6         Williams Motor Group, 4      Refurbishment and extension of existing car              Williams Motor         £1m         June 2014
          Great Howard Street          showrooms                                                Group

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
7         “Jamworks – The              Conversion to 15 student apartments (86 bedrooms).       St Brides (2009) LLP   £5m         December
          Bridewell”, Cheapside                                                                                                    2014
8         Tinlings Building,           Conversion to student accommodation (132                 VITA (Crosshall)       £10m        September
          Crosshall Street             bedrooms)                                                Limited                            2014
9         “Aloft Liverpool”, 1-9       To convert former office to 116 bed hotel with           Ashall Property Ltd    £18m        November
          North John Street            restaurant/bar at ground level.                                                             2014
10        Walker House, Exchange       Refurbishment/fit out of 16,000 sq ft office space       Moorfields             £0.5m       December
          Buildings                                                                             Corporate Recovery                 2014
11        Britannia Buildings, 36-54   To convert 2nd to 4th floors of office building to 21    Mr Martin Smith        £1.2m       February
          Fenwick Street               bedroom hotel                                                                               2015
12        30 James Street – Home       Conversion to 65 bedroom 4 star “Titanic themed”         Signature Living       £5.5m       August 2014
          of the Titanic               apart-hotel

MAIN RETAIL AREA
13        34 Stanley Street            Conversion from hotel to student accommodation           Mr Patrick Gannon      £0.1m       September
                                       on upper floor above office accommodation                                                   2014
14        Clayton Square               Internal reconfiguration to remove pedestrian mall       InfraRed UK            £3.5m       December
          Shopping Centre              to Church Street, and replace with new shop unit,                                           2014
                                       and to remove upper pedestrian level.

ROPEWALKS
15        Printworks Hotel, 13         Conversion of part of ground floor from                  Betterview Ltd         £0.3m       July 2014
          Renshaw Street               bar/restaurant to form 6 additional bedrooms
16        54 Bold Street               Conversion to ground floor restaurant and hot food       Amso Ltd               Not         January
                                       takeaway/ pavement café with 7 student bedrooms                                 known       2014
17        78-82 Renshaw Street         Conversion of first floor to 21 bed student              Four Seasons           £0.5m       September
                                       accommodation                                            Restaurant & Bar                   2014
18        175 Duke Street              To extend existing student accommodation building        Steve Stampone         £0.5m       December
                                       by adding additional 3rd floor above existing 2 storey                                      2014
                                       block to provide 7 additional student rooms.
19        “The Arch”, 2-6 Nelson       Conversion to 241 student bedrooms with ground/          Downing                £15m        August
          Street                       lower ground commercial space                            Developments                       2014

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BALTIC TRIANGLE
MAP REF   ADDRESS                      DESCRIPTION                                                DEVELOPER              COST        COMPLETED
20        “Libertas”, 40-50 St         New mixed use building with ground floor retail units      Baltic Properties      £3.1m       Summer
          James Street/1A              and parking with 62 student bedrooms above.                North West (BPNW)                  2014
          Bridgewater Street
21        9 Bridgewater Street         Conversion to 74 bedroom student accommodation             Baltic Properties      £3m         December
                                       with gymnasium                                             North West (BPNW)                  2014
22        12 Jordan Street             Conversion to studio/office accommodation                  12 Jordan Street Ltd   £0.5m       April 2014
23        The Courtyard at "X1         To erect 89 apartments and townhouses                      X1 Developments        £10m        September
          The Quarter”, Sefton                                                                    Ltd                                2014
          Street, Parliament Street
24        R.S. Clare & Co Ltd,         To carry out extensions to existing factory.               R.S. Clare & Co Ltd    £1m         September
          Stanhope Street                                                                                                            2014

HOPE STREET QUARTER
25        Everyman Theatre,            To redevelop site with new three storey theatre            Liverpool & Mersey-    £28m        March 2014
          Hope Street                  building.                                                  side Theatre Trust
26        “The Electra”, Upper         New five storey student accommodation block                Downing                £7m         September
          Hope Place, Hope Street      comprising 90 bedrooms                                     Developments                       2014

KNOWLEDGE QUARTER
27        36 Clarence Street/95a       Conversion of first and second floor to 10 bedroom         BTE Ltd                £0.5m       December
          Mount Pleasant               student bedrooms with 2 communal living areas                                                 2014
28        16-18 Pomona Street          Conversion to 12 bedroom student accommodation             Mr B Ungi              £0.7m       December
                                                                                                                                     2014
29        Ic3, Liverpool Science       New 4 storey office and serviced laboratory space to       Liverpool Science      £8m         March 2014
          Park                         adjoin existing Innovation Centre                          Park
30        Liverpool University         Major refurbishment including dry bar and 300 seat         Liverpool University   £13.8m      June 2014
          Guild of Students,           theatre/ conference space, secluded study areas,           Guild of Students
          Brownlow Hill                computer suite, radio station and media studio.
31        “Crown Place”, Land          To demolish all existing buildings and erect student       University of          £62m        August 2014
          Bounded by Grove             accommodation (1,259 student bedrooms, warden’s            Liverpool and Ocon
          Street, Brownlow Hill        accommodation and tutors’ rooms), including                Construction Ltd
          and Peach Street             common rooms, meeting rooms, office, staff and
                                       service areas, with possible ground floor retail/
                                       leisure/offices uses
32        Former Royal Infirmary,      Refurbishment of Block F (one wing of building)            University of          £1.5m       September
          70 Pembroke Place                                                                       Liverpool                          2014
33        “Dover Court”, 5-43          New 4 to 7 storey building with 267 student                Worthington            £25m        September
          Great Newton Street,         apartments                                                 Properties                         2014
          Pembroke St
34        Royal Liverpool              New multi storey car park                                  Royal Liverpool        £8.5m       February
          University Hospital,                                                                    University Hospital                2014
          Prescot Street

ISLINGTON & LONDON ROAD
35        “The Wolfson Building”,      Conversion to office use (with retained A3 unit on         Liverpool School of    £7m         December
          Liverpool School of          ground floor) to become a Centre for Maternal and          Tropical Medicine                  2014
          Tropical Medicine,           Child Health.
          Anson Street
36        12A Moss Street              To change use of 4 existing ground floor retail units to   Kingscrown             £0.5m       May 2014
                                       4 flats with 21 student bedrooms.                          Properties

CITY CENTRE ON SITE
WATERFRONT
MAP REF   ADDRESS                      DESCRIPTION                                                DEVELOPER              COST        TO COMPLETE
37        Royal Liver Building, Pier   Exterior refurbishments                                    Royal London           Not         July 2015
          head                                                                                                           disclosed
38        Exhibition Centre            New exhibition and events centre with bars,                Liverpool City         £69m        October
          Liverpool & Pullman Hotel    restaurants and 200 bed 4 star hotel                       Council                            2015
39        HM Customs & Excise,         Conversion of former offices to 240 apartments,            Glenbrook QD           £30m        September
          Queens Parade, Kings         community space and childrens play area                    Limited and Mapeley                2015
          Dock                                                                                    STEPS Ltd

COMMERCIAL
40        51-55 Highfield Street       Conversion and extension to form 8 student flats (34       JD Estates             £0.7m       January
                                       bedrooms) with media room and laundry facilities                                              2015

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MARYBONE
MAP REF   ADDRESS                      DESCRIPTION                                                  DEVELOPER                COST     TO COMPLETE
41        1 Paul Street                New 4 storey building with ground floor commercial/          Peter Young              £1m      May 2015
                                       light industrial units and 50 student bedrooms above
42        “The Glass Works”, 36        To erect three to eight storey student                       Dreamport                £15m     September
          Vauxhall Road                accommodation containing 323 bedrooms (9 self-                                                 2015
                                       contained flats and 61 clusters).
43        “Ablett House”, Hatton       New part 7/part 9 storey building with 396 student           Knightsbridge            £25m     August 2015
          Garden and Great             bedrooms, management suite, student lounge, gym,             Student Housing Ltd
          Crosshall Street             ground floor retail (Tesco) and basement car parking
44        Land at Great Crosshall      New 14 storey building with ground floor commercial          Gipsy International      £12m     September
          Street/Fontenoy Street       unit and 398 student bedrooms above                                                            2016

ST GEORGE’S QUARTER
45        Royal Court Theatre,         Major refurbishment of theatre                               Royal Court              £10.6m   June 2017
          Roe Street                                                                                Liverpool Trust
46        2 Queen Square               Conversion of former pub to ground floor                     Neptune                  £1.0m    July 2015
                                       supermarket with restaurant above

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
47        Crosshall Buildings,         To carry out refurbishment works to provide 150              VITA (Crosshall)         £10m     September
          Crosshall Street             student units.                                               Limited                           2015
48        87-95 Dale Street/2-6        To dismantle and partially demolish building and             Jamworks                 £1.5m    September
          Cheapside                    repair, rebuild and extend to create 12 residential                                            2015
                                       units above ground floor commercial office units
49        “DoubleTree by Hilton”,      Conversion from former Municipal Annexe and                  DoubleTree by            £30m     2015
          6-14 Sir Thomas Street       offices to form an 87 bed, 4 star hotel.                     Hilton
50        2 Moorfields                 Conversion of first to fourth floors to 136 x 1 bed studio   Rich Link                £20m     August 2015
                                       apartments                                                   Investments Ltd
51        18-20 Tithebarn Street       Conversion of upper floors to 29 student bedrooms            Stockton Properties      £0.1m    July 2015
                                       (HMO)
52        “Tempest”, 12 Tithebarn      Conversion of ground floor to retail, café/restaurant;       Capital & Centric        £6m      March 2015
          Street                       refurbishment of offices on 6 floors
53        “Tune Hotel”, 3-19           Conversion of former offices to 99 bedroom budget            Hotel Land and           £6.5m    July 2015
          Castle Street                hotel                                                        Development

MAIN RETAIL AREA
54        “Shankly Hotel”, former      Conversion to mixed use leisure/gym, ground floor            Signature Living         £20m     August 2015
          Millennium House,            offices, hotel (61 suites), aparthotel (22 serviced
          Victoria Street              apartments), bar/restaurant and 93 space basement
                                       car parking.
55        Central Village: Lewis's,    Refurbishment/partial demolition/conversion of               Central                  £27m     Spring 2015
          40 Ranelagh Street           existing retail store to create a new pedestrian plaza       Regeneration
                                       across Cropper Street linking into the Central Village       Limited Partnership/
                                       redevelopment scheme. The building will include              Merepark
                                       various uses such as retail, financial and professional
                                       services, restaurant/cafe, drinking establishments, hot
                                       food take-away, 75,000 sq ft office space, hotel,
                                       casino and live music venue and nightclub.
56        Central Village: Watson      New 8 storey extension to Watson Building and                West Nile                £15m     August 2015
          Building, and building at    conversion to offices, including new basement car            Developments
          nos. 28-32 Renshaw           park.                                                        Limited
          Street
57        “Newington Plaza”,           New 13 storey building with 192 student apartments           Legacy Student           £15m     September
          Renshaw Street                                                                            Living (Liverpool) LLP            2016

ROPEWALKS
58        “Liverpool 1”, Seel Street   New 6/9 storey development with 305 student                  X1 Developments Ltd      £18m     January
                                       bedrooms above ground floor retail/commercial.                                                 2016
59        “The Watchmakers”, 58-       Refurbishment of existing buildings as 40 bedroom            Seel Street Estates      £3.2m    September
          60 Seel Street/30 Slater     student accommodation, including ground floor                LLP                               2014
          Street & 52-56 Seel Street   shops/cafes etc in 58-60 Seel Street.
60        62 Duke Street               Conversion of upper floors to 4 x 4 bedroom                  DGA Surveyors            £1m      Spring 2015
                                       student/key worker apartments over ground floor
                                       restaurant
61        75 Duke Street               Conversion of vacant office building to an 11 suite          Epic Hotels              £1m      March 2015
                                       aparthotel
62        86 - 90 Duke Street, 7       Partial demolition and 4 storey redevelopment to             Langtree Group Plc       £8m      January
          Henry Street, 14 Suffolk     provide offices with basement car park.                                                        2016
          Street
63        37-43 Berry Street           Refurbishment and conversion of vacant building to           Frenson Limited          £1m      Spring 2015
                                       hot food take-away at ground floor and restaurant at
                                       ground and first floors including installation of new
                                       shop and rebuilding rear elevation
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BALTIC TRIANGLE
MAP REF   ADDRESS                    DESCRIPTION                                              DEVELOPER                COST        TO COMPLETE
64        “Baltic Village”,          Redevelopment with 3 new buildings (13, 10 and 8         Neptune Baltic           £32m        September
          Wapping                    storeys) to include retail/commercial space and 308      Limited                              2016
                                     apartments, residents-only gym, laundry, reception/
                                     meeting areas, plant room, cycle storage, public
                                     square, and underground car park.
65        3a Bridgewater Street      Conversion and extension of existing warehouse to 7      Baltic Properties        £1m         Autumn
                                     x 3 bed apartments with ground floor retail/             North West (BPNW)                    2014
                                     commercial unit and underground parking.
66        10-14 Jamaica Street       New 6/7 storey mixed use building, with 99 one           Lawless                  £3m         August 2015
                                     bedroom apartments (most likely to be student            Developments
                                     accommodation) with ancillary residential uses,          Limited
                                     including communal lounge and gym and 9
                                     commercial units at ground floor.
67        “The Studios at X1 The     To erect 224 studio apartments in a 10 storey building   X1 Developments          £15m        August 2015
          Quarter”, Sefton           with ancillary communal facilities                       Ltd
          Street/Parliament Street

HOPE STREET QUARTER
68        LIPA extension, 68 Hope    Refurbishment and conversion of former College of        Liverpool Institute of   £7.5m       July 2015
          Street                     Art and Design to provide improved rehearsal             Performing Arts
                                     performance and teaching accommodation.                  (LIPA)
69        “Philharmonic Rise”, 35-   Deconversion of existing student accommodation           Hollinwood Homes         £7m         December
          39 Falkner Street, 4-22    back to original 23 individual private town houses       Limited                              2015
          Catharine Street
70        Philharmonic Court,        To replace five outdated student blocks with two         Worthington              £25m        August 2015
          Catherine Street           linked buildings containing 354 student bedrooms         Properties
71        Hahnemann Building &       Conversion to 100 student bedrooms with common           Maghull                  £8m         September
          58 Hope Street             rooms                                                    Developments                         2015
72        Royal Philharmonic Hall,   Refurbishment of theatre with replacement extension      Royal Liverpool          £13.8m      Summer
          Hope Street                                                                         Philharmonic                         2015
73        Josephine Butler House,    New mixed use development with six ground floor          Maghull                  £30m        September
          Hope Street/ Myrtle        retail/restaurant/bar units, student accommodation       Developments                         2015
          Street                     on upper floors comprising 345 rooms situated in 20
                                     cluster apartments and 208 self-contained studios.

CANNING GEORGIAN QUARTER
74        Myrtle Parade, Myrtle      To replace existing shopping parade with two new         Liverpool Edge           £20m        September
          Street                     blocks of 4 and 8 storeys with 303 student bedrooms      (Myrtle Parade)                      2016
                                     and ground floor retail space.                           Limited
75        Vine Street Depot land     To erect 2 blocks of student accommodation (7 and        Marcus Worthington       £8m         Summer
          bordered by Chatham        4 storeys) providing 114 apartments with car parking     Properties                           2015
          Street/Myrtle Street/      following demolition of buildings and structures on
          Vine Street                former depot site.
76        Melville Grove/ Melville   Phased refurbishment of 349 student bedrooms             University of            £5.5m       Summer
          Place                                                                               Liverpool                            2016

KNOWLEDGE QUARTER
77        University of Liverpool,   To erect four storey extension with two storey link to   University of            Not         Summer
          Chatham Street             existing management school building.                     Liverpool                disclosed   2015
78        Materials Innovation       Replacement of Muspratt Lecture Theatre with 5           University of            £65m        September
          Factory University of      storey Research Laboratory Building, incorporating       Liverpool                            2016
          Liverpool, Grove Street    laboratories, offices and associated support spaces
                                     linked to existing Donnan Building.
79        “X1 The Edge”, Land at     New 5/7 storey building comprising 231 student           X1 Developments          £12.9m      Summer
          junction of Seymour        bedspaces, gym, and ground floor commercial              Ltd                                  2015
          Street/St Vincent Street   space.
80        “Apex Building”, West      New 4 storey research/office/ laboratory building        University of            £47m        2016
          Derby Street/ Crown        with roof top plant equipment. Phase 2 of 2 for the      Liverpool
          Street: Phase 2            Institute of Infection and Global Health.
81        Royal Liverpool            Redevelopment to provide a hospital and related          Royal Liverpool &        £429m       Spring 2017
          University Hospital,       healthcare facilities comprising core hospital           Broadgreen University
          Prescot Street             buildings, energy centre, future healthcare buildings    Hospitals NHS Trust

ISLINGTON & LONDON ROAD
82        “Plato House”, 7-21        To erect six storey residential development              Parkmoor                 £4.3m       September
          Greek Street               comprising 86 studio units for student occupation.       Developments                         2015
                                                                                              Limited
83        “The Paramount”,           488 bedroom student accommodation in 7 to 11             Pinnacle Student         £35m        September
          Pudsey Street/28           storey building                                          Developments                         2015
          London Road                                                                         Limited
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CITY CENTRE ANTICIPATED
WATERFRONT
MAP REF   ADDRESS                DESCRIPTION                               DEVELOPER           STATUS                 COST     COMPLETION
84        Former Light Vessel    To use former Mersey Bar lightship        Mr Alan Roberts     Permission granted     Not      Not known
          "The Planet", Strand   "Planet" as a Heritage Centre with                            September 2012         known
          Street                 bed & breakfast accommodation
                                 for 8 rooms and café and bars open
                                 to residents and non-residents.
85        Dock Traffic Office,   To erect glazed walkway between           National Museum     Ramp completed         £6m      Not known
          Salthouse Quay,        3rd floor of dock traffic office and      Liverpool           2010. Funding still
          Albert Dock            3rd floor of Merseyside Maritime                              being sought for
                                 Museum, and erect external ramp.                              glazed walkway.
86        Land bounded by        To erect one 15 storey and one 13         Investec Bank       Permission granted     £15m     Not known
          The Dolby Hotel,       storey buildings, comprising 189 flats                        November 2012
          Queens Dock, Sefton    and 3 duplex apartments together
          Street and 112         with associated car parking and
          Mariners Wharf         landscaping

COMMERCIAL DISTRICT
87        1 Old Hall Street      Refurbishment of over 21,000 sq ft        Downing             Planning application   £2m      Not known
                                 offices                                   Developments        not required
88        “Exchange Station”,    Refurbishment of existing office          Ashtenne Space      Permission granted     £5m      2016-18
          Mercury Court,         building providing 190,000 sq ft          Northwest           December 2012.
          Tithebarn Street                                                                     (14,300 sq ft
                                                                                               completed in Nov
                                                                                               2013)
89        Pall Mall/Exchange     Major new mixed-use development           To be               Supplementary          £200m    3-15 years
          (bordered by Leeds     to provide offices, retail/restaurants,   determined          Planning Document
          Street, Pall Mall)     residential units, basement car                               approved.
                                 parking, multi-storey car park,
                                 landscaped open space.
90        30/36 Pall Mall        Two new 8 and 18 storey office            West Bay Capital    Permission renewed     £50m     Not known
                                 buildings linked by a glazed                                  January 2013
                                 courtyard, with ground floor retail,
                                 165 space basement car park.

PUMPFIELDS
91        “North Point”, 70-90   To demolish industrial buildings with     PHD1                Permission granted     £90m     September
          Pall Mall, L3          facade retention of 70-90 Pall Mall                           February 2015                   2017
                                 and redevelop site with a four to
                                 nineteen storey mixed use develop-
                                 ment comprising 366 live/work units
                                 studios, one and two bedroom
                                 apartments) a 515 space multi-
                                 storey car park, ground floor retail
                                 units, restaurants, gym, spa and
                                 commercial offices with public/
                                 private gardens at third/fourth floor
                                 level
92        86 Vauxhall Road       Conversion of former office block to      Adamson             Permission granted     Not      Not known
                                 form 17 student flats with shared         Properties          July 2014              known
                                 communal facilities, including
                                 installation of dormers and
                                 associated works.
93        Land between           New building of between five and          W.F. Doyle and      Permission granted     £16m     Not known
          Blackstock Street &    eight storeys comprising 200 flats,       Co. Ltd.            February 2014
          Paul Street            with associated parking.

MARYBONE
94        11 Fontenoy Street     To erect nine storey building with        Key Design LLP      Application 14F/2676   £15m     Not known
                                 200 student bedrooms.                                         submitted November
                                                                                               2014

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
95        37 Cheapside           Conversion and extension to create        BTE Limited         Application 15F/0219   £0.75m   Not known
                                 12 bedroom student                                            submitted January
                                 accommodation                                                 2015
96        Citrus House, 40-46    Conversion of upper floors from           Day Architectural   Permission granted     £3m      Not known
          Dale Street            offices to 34 apartments, and             Ltd                 February 2015
                                 ground floor to 2 commercial units
97        Union House, 21-23     Conversion to 30 bedroomed hotel          J&M Hospitality     Permission granted     £3m      Not known
          Victoria Street        with ground floor bar/restaurant          Consultants         June 2012. Building
                                                                                               currently for sale.

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HISTORIC DOWNTOWN continued
MAP REF   ADDRESS                  DESCRIPTION                                 DEVELOPER              STATUS                   COST     COMPLETION
98        13-17 Dale Street        Conversion of upper floors of public        Mr L Stockton          Permission granted       £0.2m    Not known
                                   house from offices to HMO (16                                      September 2013
                                   student bedrooms)
99        14 Cook Street           Conversion of former office space           Pierce &               (October 2014)           £1m      Not known
                                   to 18 apartments                            Biersadorf             Permitted by prior
                                                                                                      approval
100       25-27 Castle Street      Conversion of 2nd and 3rd floors from       Highneal Limited       Application 14F/2413     £1m      Not known
                                   office space to 9 apartments                                       submitted October
                                                                                                      2014
101       Martins Building,        Conversion to 138 bedroom five star         Castlewood             Permission granted       £40m     Not known
          Water Street             hotel                                       Property               June 2014
                                                                               Management Ltd
102       India Buildings, Water   To remove internal walls and                Kish Eleven            Permission granted       £1m      Not known
          Street                   partitions and refurbish sixth floor                               April 2014
                                   (30,000 sq ft) and part of 4th floor
                                   (20,000 sq ft) to provide open plan
                                   office accommodation.
103       Wellington Buildings,    To change use from offices to               Seven Capital          (December 2014)          £6m      Not known
          The Strand               provide 96 residential units.               (The Strand) Ltd       Permitted by prior
                                                                                                      approval
104       Mersey House, The        Conversion of office block to 122           Jupiter                (December 2013)          Not      Not known
          Strand                   apartments (10 x bedroom, 56 x 2            Investments Ltd        Permitted by prior       known
                                   bedroom, 56 x 1 bedroom)                                           approval
105       Victoria House, 7-11     Conversion of office building to 63         Downing                (April 2014) Permitted   Not      Not known
          James Street             x 1 bedroom studio apartments               Developments           by prior approval        known

MAIN RETAIL AREA
106       Hilton Hotel, 3 Thomas   To erect two storey extension to            Ability Hotels         Permission granted       Not      Not known
          Steers Way               hotel to provide extended first floor       (Liverpool)            February 2015            known
                                   ballroom/conferencing facilities            Limited
                                   above ground floor commercial
                                   unit, with alterations to nightclub
                                   access and associated
                                   landscaping works.
107       Chancery House, 96       Conversion of existing building and         JCC Building           Application 14F/2265     Not      Not known
          Paradise Street          new build 6 storeys to mixed use            Services LLP           submitted September      known
                                   development consisting of 37                                       2014
                                   apartments and ground floor retail
                                   unit and artisan deli/café.
108       George Henry Lee         Conversion of upper floors to 114           Gethar Ventures        Permission granted       £15m     Not known
          Building, Church         bedroomed 4 star apart-hotel or                                    January 2014
          Street                   100 room apart-hotel with
                                   restaurant
109       11-17 Parker Street      Conversion of second to seventh             Jamworks Limited       Application 14F/1552     £5m      Not known
                                   floors to 91 x 1 bedroom                                           awaiting signing of
                                   apartments                                                         legal agreement
                                                                                                      since September
                                                                                                      2014
110       13-17 Ranelagh           To change use of existing ground            Poseidon               Application 14F/2882     £0.5m    Not known
          Street                   floor retail unit to fast food restaurant   Investments            submitted December
                                   and convert 1st and 3rd floors into 7                              2014
                                   bed HMO
111       21-23 Ranelagh           Conversion of ground and lower              Rathbone Trust         Application 14F/2560     £0.5m    Not known
          Street                   ground floor into restaurant and 1st-       Company Limited        submitted December
                                   3rd floors above into 9 apartments          as Trustees for York   2014
                                                                               Terrace
                                                                               Settlement
112       66-68 Lime Street        Conversion of 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors       Mr Sobil Varguese      Application 15F/0044     Not      Not known
                                   from disused office into 10 x 2                                    submitted January        known
                                   bedroom flats                                                      2015
113       Central Village:         3 storey extension at the rear to           Central                Permission renewed       £20m     Not known
          Central Station          provide additional retail space and         Regeneration           May 2013
                                   new linkages into the approved              Limited/Merepark
                                   Central Village scheme.
114       Central Village:         New mixed development comprising            Central                Permission renewed       £26.4m   Not known
          “Boardwalk”, site        214 x 1 and 2 bedroom apartments,           Regeneration           May 2013
          bounded by Back          cinema, commercial space, parking           Limited/Merepark
          Bold Street, Cropper     for 100 cars, and the creation of a
          Street, Newington        new pedestrian plaza level across
          and Lawton Street        Cropper Street).

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ROPEWALKS
MAP REF   ADDRESS                   DESCRIPTION                               DEVELOPER             STATUS                 COST     COMPLETION
115       1 Renshaw Street          To change use of first, second and        CP (UK) Leisure       Permission granted     £0.75m   Summer
                                    third floors to hotel (20 bedrooms).      Ltd                   July 2012                       2014
116       “The Dome”, Central       To convert upper floors of building       OBG - NEXTDOM         Permission granted     Not      Not known
          Hall, 35 Renshaw          to 41 bed student accommodation                                 January 2014           known
          Street
117       3 Oldham Place            New 6 storey building comprising of       Bentley               Permission granted     £4m      Not known
                                    122 student rooms in 22 clusters, 18      Properties            October 2012
                                    self contained student flats and 1        Preston Ltd
                                    retail unit with car parking
118       19-33 Leece Street        Mixed use development comprising          A. A. AR & N          Permission granted     £7m      Not known
                                    retail/office use, 46 apartments and      Hayel                 January 2014
                                    basement car/cycle parking.
                                    To erect new build student                Not stated            Application 14F/2718   £10m     Not known
                                    accommodation 129 units with retail                             submitted November
                                    on ground floor.                                                2014
119       16-20 Berry Street        To divide ground floor of existing        Euro Chemist          Permission granted     £0.4m    Not known
                                    building to form new office entrance                            December 2012
                                    and erect two storey office building
                                    with basement storage to the rear.
120       56 Parr Street            To erect four storey seven bedroom        G & W Stamper         Permission granted     Not      Not known
                                    student town house following                                    October 2012           known
                                    demolition of existing garage.
121       118 Duke Street           To convert property to 5 self-            Poseidon              Application 15F/0370   £0.5m    Not known
                                    contained student (20 bedrooms)           Investments           submitted February
                                    apartments with 5 storey extension to                           2015
                                    rear, with a total.
122       16 Fleet Street           To erect seven storey block of 52         Hope Street           Application 14F/1744   £3m      Not known
                                    student bedrooms with ground floor        Properties Limited    submitted August
                                    commercial uses                                                 2014
123       13-23 Seel Street         Conversion of second and third            Hope Street           Permission granted     £1m      Spring 2015
                                    floors to offices and D1 Use (Non-        Properties Limited    November 2014
                                    residential Institutions).
124       38-40 Seel Street         To erect second and third floor           Hope Street           Application 14F/1818   Not      Not known
                                    extensions during conversion to 33 x      Properties Limited    awaiting signing of    known
                                    1 bedroom serviced apartments on                                legal agreement
                                    upper floors and 4 retail units at                              since December 2014
                                    ground and basement levels.
125       48 Seel Street            Conversion to 10 bedroom student          Seel Street Estates   Permission granted     £0.8m    Not known
                                    accommodation                                                   2014
126       38-40 Slater Street       Conversion of 38 Slater Street from       Rose Ten Limited      Application 14F/1752   £1m      Not known
                                    residential to incorporate it into                              submitted January
                                    existing bar at 40 Slater Street, to                            2015
                                    provide enlarged restaurant/bar
                                    uses with function room, outdoor
                                    eating/drinking area, and ancillary
                                    staff accommodation at second/
                                    third floor at 38 Slater Street
127       The Foundry, 42 Henry     Conversion of upper four floors to 12     The Regenda           Permission granted     £0.75m   Not known
          Street                    residential apartments.                   Group                 August 2012
128       68-70 Duke Street         Conversion to 10 x 2 and 3                Athena Group UK       Application 14F/2959   £0.75m   Not known
                                    bedroomed apartments                                            submitted Dec 2014
129       65 Duke Street            To erect 5 storey building to provide     Lady Mia Limited      Application 15F/0091   £3.5m    Not known
                                    71 units of student accommodation                               submitted January
                                    following partial demolition of                                 2015
                                    existing building.
130       50a Duke Street           Conversion of vacant former club to       Mr Y Chun Cao         Application 14F/2343   £0.5m    Not known
                                    a 14 bedroom student                                            submitted January
                                    accommodation (HMO)                                             2015
131       11-13 Wolstenholme        Conversion of 11-13 Wolstenholme          Hope Street           Application 14F/1717   £2m      Not known
          Square, 67-73 Duke        Square to 2 ground floor retail/          Properties Limited    submitted October
          Street                    leisure units with 15 apartments on                             2014
                                    upper floors and redevelop
                                    Tunnage Square and pedestrian
                                    underpass with a four/five storey
                                    building fronting Duke Street with 2
                                    ground floor retail units and 7
                                    residential units on upper floors
132       Gostins Building, 32-36   Conversion from offices to hotel on       E T S Holdings        Permission granted     Not      Not known
          Hanover Street            2nd to 7th floors and retain retail use                         September 2013         known
                                    to ground and 1st floors.
                                    To change use from office to              Liverpool English     Application 14F/2767   Not      Not known
                                    educational institute.                    Centre                submitted November     known
                                                                                                    2014
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CHINATOWN
MAP REF   ADDRESS                   DESCRIPTION                              DEVELOPER            STATUS                 COST     COMPLETION
133       44 Nelson Street          Conversion of existing premises with     Frenson Limited      Permission granted     Now      Not known
                                    new build to rear to create a 16                              September 2014         known
                                    bedroom house in multiple
                                    occupation.
134       Vacant site at            New build 12 x two and three             Liverpool Mutual     Permission granted     £1.2m    November
          Duncan Street             bedroom houses                           Homes                October 2014                    2015

BALTIC TRIANGLE
135       Land bounded by           Two new 10 to 20 storey buildings        One Park Lane        Application 14F/1305   £50m     Not known
          Park Lane, Pownall        with 284 apartments (34 x 3 bed,         Limited              submitted June 2014
          Street, Liver Street      136 x 2 bed, 54 x 1 bed and 60
          and Beckwith Street       studios); four commercial units,
                                    gymnasium, cafes, 47 basement
                                    parking spaces
136       “Baltic Square”, land      Conversion of existing mill into 134    One Park Lane        Permission granted     £80m     Not known
          bounded by Park            apartments; to redevelop                Limited              November 2014
          Lane, Beckwith             adjacent land with three blocks,
          Street, Carpenters         10, 11 and 14 storeys, to provide
          Row and Cornhill           194 apartments and 200 serviced
          (former Heap's Rice        apartments, together with 574
          Mill)                      sqm of commercial floorspace.
137       King’s Dock Mill –        Mixed use development with 180           Fountain Trustees    Revised planning       £26.4m   Not known
          Phases 2 & 3, land at     bedroom hotel, 100 apartments, 220       & Hurst Street Ltd   application 10F/0824
          Hurst Street, Sparling    bed YHA building, ground floor retail,                        awaiting signing of
          Street, Tabley Street,    car parking; and outline application                          legal agreement
          Wapping                   for 95 bedroom care home.                                     since June 2011
138       3 Bridgewater Street      New 10 storey building with 51           Baltic Properties    Permission granted     Not      Not known
                                    student apartments and ground            North West           March 2014             known
                                    floor retail.                            (BPNW)
139       5-7 Bridgewater           To erect an 8 to 10 storey building      Baltic Properties    Application 14F/2564   £7m      March 2017
          Street                    containing 136 student apartments        North West           submitted January
                                    above ground floor commercial            (BPNW)               2015
                                    unit, communal space and parking
                                    on lower ground floor.
140       Land between              New 11 storey building with 140 x 1      Pinnacle Student     Application 14F/0829   £10m     Not known
          Norfolk Street and        and 3 bed apartments, communal           Developments         awaiting signing of
          Brick Street              hub, games room; commercial uses         Limited              legal agreement
                                    on ground floor.                                              since September
                                                                                                  2014
141       City Centre Sheds, 43     To convert warehouses to provide         City Centre Sheds    Permission granted     Not      Not known
          Jamaica Street            a co-operative working space,                                 December 2014          known
                                    including office, studio, workshop,
                                    training and meeting rooms.
142       51 Simpson Street         New 11 storey building with              Baltic               Application 14F/1333   £15m     Not known
                                    serviced offices, reception area         Developments         submitted June 2014
                                    and meeting rooms, 224 student           Limited
                                    apartments over 10 floors with gym,
                                    laundry and reception.
143       35-39 Greenland           Conversion from warehouse to             Greenland Venue      Permission granted     Not      Not known
          Street                    cultural events space with cafes,        Management           October 2014           known
                                    art studio and shared office space.      (UK) Limited
144       34 Greenland Street       Conversion of former workshop to         Peach Events         Permission granted     Not      Not known
                                    nightclub                                Limited              July 2014              known
145       Cains Brewery             New tourism/leisure/retail hub with      Cains Brewery        Permission granted     £150m    2018
          Village, Stanhope         four screen cinema, food store, 450                           March 2014
          Street                    apartments, 400 space multi-storey
                                    car park. Grade II listed brewery
                                    building to be restored to include
                                    100 room boutique hotel, digital
                                    works studios, food market, spa,
                                    gym, restaurants, function rooms.
                                    Conversion of warehouse to form          Baltic Yards Ltd &   Permission granted     Not      Not known
                                    temporary designer retail/artisan/       Brewery Village      August 2014            known
                                    crafts/tourism bazaar with               Ltd
                                    performance space, office and
                                    storage for a temporary period of 5
                                    years with temporary car parking,
                                    cycle parking and landscaping
146       Taylor Bros (Liverpool)   To change use from warehouse to          Holloway Cook        Permission granted     £0.1m    Not known
          Ltd, 15 Caryl Street      B1 office and carry out associated       Associates Ltd       March 2014
                                    external alterations.

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BALTIC TRIANGLE /continued
MAP REF   ADDRESS                   DESCRIPTION                            DEVELOPER           STATUS                 COST    COMPLETION
147       “The Tower” at X1 The     New 17 storey apartment block          X1 Developments     Revised application    £15m    September
          Quarter, Sefton Street/   with 101 apartments                    Ltd                 anticipated                    2016
          Parliament Street
148       “The Terrace at X1 The    To erect 101 apartments in a 17        X1 Developments     Revised application    £15m    September
          Quarter”, Sefton          storey building                        Ltd                 anticipated                    2017
          Street/ Parliament
          Street

HOPE STREET QUARTER
MAP REF   ADDRESS                   DESCRIPTION                            DEVELOPER           STATUS                 COST    COMPLETION
149       Land adjacent to 20       To erect a two storey building to      Liverpool           Permission granted     Not     Not known
          Lady Chapel Close/        provide training and educational       Cathedral           October 2014           known
          opposite St. James        facilities in association with
          House, St James Road      Liverpool Cathedral.
150       Former Trade Union        To change use to retail, restaurant,   Douglas Fairness    Permission granted     Not     Not known
          and Unemployment          bars, offices, research, hotel,        Partnership         December 2012          known
          Resource Centre           education and training, and leisure
          Building, Hardman         uses
          Street/Hope Street
151       32 Rodney Street and      Conversion of vacant bank to a         Mr Gavin Heard      Application 14F/1573   £0.5m   Not known
          45 Leece Street           ground floor restaurant/public                             submitted January
                                    house (Use Classes A3/A4) with rear                        2015
                                    terrace and 5 serviced apartments
                                    above.
152       28 Hope Street/10         To change use to form 3 student        Mr B Ungi           Application 14F/2658   Not     Not known
          Maryland Street           flats and 6 student studios.                               submitted January      known
                                                                                               2015
153       5 Myrtle Street           Conversion of ground floor office      Downing             Permission granted     £0.5m   Not known
                                    space to restaurant with 5 self-                           June 2014
                                    contained student rooms to the
                                    rear.

CANNING GEORGIAN QUARTER
154       1 Grove Street            To erect a three storey building       Grove Street        Planning application   £1m     Not known
                                    comprising 8 student studios and 1 x   Studios Ltd         14F/0714 submitted
                                    4 bedroom student cluster                                  December 2014
                                    apartment

KNOWLEDGE QUARTER
155       Land bounded by           To erect mixed use development         Butler Company      Application 15F/0297   £40m    Not known
          Skelhorne Street,         comprising two blocks up to 20         Ltd and NALM        submitted February
          Bolton Street, Hilbre     storeys high providing ground floor    Limited             2015
          Street                    commercial uses with student
                                    accommodation (488 bedrooms)
                                    with 192 room aparthotel
156       LJMU Campus,              Conversion of former postal sorting    LJMU                Planning application   £70m    Not known
          Copperas Hill/            office into a central teaching,                            anticipated
          Brownlow Hill             library and sports facility
157       Mount Vernon Pub,         Conversion and extensions to form      JD Estates          Application 14F/2066   £1.5m   Not known
          Irvine Street West        4 cluster flats with 32 student                            submitted
                                    bedspaces                                                  September 2014
158       Land at Mount             New 3 and 4 storey buildings for       Archdiocese of      Outline permission     Not     Not known
          Vernon Green              offices with associated landscaping    Liverpool           granted December       known
                                    and car parking.                                           2012
159       Liverpool                 New build research and                 Royal Liverpool &   Permission granted     £22m    Not known
          BioInnovation Centre,     development centre, internal new       Broadgreen          March 2012
          Royal Liverpool           road alignments and car park           University
          University Hospital,                                             Hospitals NHS
          Prescot Street                                                   Trust

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