Caddick Construction to develop £100m retail and leisure site in Liverpool

WCN Editorial Team 6 May 2016 EUROPE BUILDINGS

UK-based Caddick Construction has been selected by Derwent Group to develop a £100m retail and leisure site on Edge Lane in Liverpool.

To be known as Liverpool Shopping Park, the 727,000sq ft mixed-use commercial development will include 41 retail units, parking for 1,500 cars and leisure space.

The project, designed by AEW Architects, also involves the construction of industrial units and two large retail units.

Phase one of the development, known as Western Quarter, will feature 92,500sq ft of retail space.

Derwent Group’s managing director David Lyons said: “This is a transformative project and the final piece of Liverpool’s retail puzzle. Liverpool Shopping Park will bring branded fashion retailers, restaurants and leisure operators together in an out-of-town location, complete with plenty of free parking and great access in and out of the city.

“This is a sizeable and strategic £100m investment for the Derwent Group and it will deliver much needed regeneration and jobs in this part of the city.

“It’s taken some time to get this project on the table but everything is now in place for work to begin in earnest in April.  We are delighted to be working with Caddick Construction again.”

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