Manser Practice makes a splash with £30m Liverpool ferry terminal

Entrance Approach: Isle of Man Ferry Terminal in Liverpool by The Manser Practice

Isle of Man ferry terminal will move 800m north of Three Graces

The Manser Practice has won planning for a £30m ferry terminal on Liverpool’s World Heritage waterfront.

The passenger terminal, serving the Isle of Man, will move a few hundred metres north from its existing location at Pier Head, beside the Three Graces, to Prince’s Half Tide Dock, beside AFL Architects’ 27-storey Alexandra Tower.

Work is expected to start on the project, part of a £5bn waterfront regeneration scheme, this summer and be completed late next year.

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