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A potentially historic set of development plans for a brownfield site close to the mouth of the River Mersey have been given the unanimous backing of the relevant local council.
Peel Holdings are behind the ‘Wirral Waters’ scheme, which will see some 400,000 sq ft of new office space made available in the north-west of England and will bring in around £4.5 billion worth of new investment.
Construction on the 500-acre site could take as long as 30 years but it will employ tens of thousands of local people during that time and could represent the most significant construction project in the area since the Laird Shipyard was built more than 150 years ago.
“This is a great day for Wirral,” said local councillor Andrew Hodson, cabinet member for regeneration and planning strategy.
“The approval of this planning application will lead to the total transformation of what is currently derelict brownfield land within East Float at Birkenhead Docks and when finished will create over 27,000 jobs.”
If the government gives its backing to the project then a number of new high-rise office space buildings will soon form part of the Wirral’s skyline and the aim of developers is to create a rejuvenated docklands the equal of any in the world.
Wirral Waters is part of a more general scheme dubbed the ‘Ocean Gateway’ project by the Peel Group, which is behind the plans and is aiming to see £50 billion invested in a variety of major construction efforts along the River Mersey and Manchester Ship Canal corridor.
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