Stride Treglown floats cruise terminal for Liverpool

Liverpool cruise terminal by Stride Treglown

Architect works with Ramboll to submit final plans

Stride Treglown has released images of its Liverpool cruise liner terminal as it applies for permission to start construction in the River Mersey.

The architect, working with engineers Ramboll, will submit a reserved matters application next month. Outline permission was granted by the city council in April.

The Liverpool Cruise Terminal will be built within Peel Holdings’ £5.5bn Liverpool Waters area which is being masterplanned by Planit-IE after Chapman Taylor was ditched.

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