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The construction of this new terminal will mark a new chapter in the city’s maritime future as we create a world class experience for the cruise companies and their passengers

Wates Construction is to build a 200-bedroom hotel as part of the major regeneration of Liverpool’s waterfront – the latest in a series of announcements regarding the £5bn Liverpool Waters development.

Situated at Princes Dock, the hotel will support and supplement the new Cruise Liner Terminal. Work on the hotel is expected to commence in 2019 and finish the following year.

As part of the construction, Wates and its supply chain partners have committed to providing training and employment opportunities for local residents, including apprenticeship opportunities, work experience for students and a number of new full-time jobs.

The regeneration at Liverpool Waters sees a portfolio of construction initiatives across two million square metres of residential, business and leisure space, incorporating five distinct neighbourhoods: Princes Dock, Central Dock, Clarence Dock, Bramley Moore Dock and King Edward Rise. The aim is to regenerate a 60-hectare stretch of waterfront to “create a world-class, high-quality, mixed-use waterfront quarter”, that will enable the city to compete with the likes of Hamburg, Boston, Toronto and Barcelona in terms of scale, waterfront offer and associated economy.

“The construction of this new terminal will mark a new chapter in the city’s maritime future as we create a world class experience for the cruise companies and their passengers,” said Joe Anderson, the mayor of Liverpool.

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Wates Construction is to build a 200-bedroom hotel as part of the major regeneration of Liverpool’s waterfront – the latest in a series of announcements regarding the £5bn Liverpool Waters development.
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