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    1. Paradise project

    Developer: Grosvenor
    Completion: Spring 2008
    Value: £920m

    Europe's largest retail-led regeneration project, consisting of 1.6million sq ft of new retail space, plus commercial, leisure, residential and hotel developments.

    2. Liverpool Arena/Convention Centre

    Developer: Liverpool council, English Partnerships, David McLean/City Lofts, McAleer & Rushe
    Completion: Spring 2008
    Value: £390m

    An international visitor destination combining arena, convention and exhibition facilities with development of residential, hotel, office, retail and leisure uses.

    3. Pall Mall

    Developer: English Cities Fund
    Completion: 10-15 years
    Value: £300m

    A new business destination in the heart of the city delivering 1.5m sq ft of new office space, a multi-storey car park plus retail, residential and new public realm facilities.

    4. Princes Dock

    Developer: Lead Asset Strategies, City Lofts, MWB, Millennium Estates
    Completion: Mid 08 onwards
    Value: £233m

    Prime waterfront location redeveloped into mixed-use development, including commercial office space, residential and new hotels.

    5. St Paul's Square

    Developer: English Cities Fund
    Completion: April 2008
    Value: £162m

    Major office-led development delivered over three phases, including a new public square.

    6. Central village

    Developer: Central Regeneration
    Completion: Phase One summer 2008
    Value: £160m

    This 600,000 sq ft scheme comprises five glazed buildings and includes 400 apartments, a hotel, retail, bars, restaurants and new public realm.

    7.Mann Island

    Developer: Neptune & Countryside
    Completion: Phase One summer 2010
    Value: £112m

    Mixed-use scheme, comprising 373 residential units, commercial, leisure and retail space.

    8 Sefton Street

    Developer: Vermont Developments
    Completion: 2010
    Value: £100m
    Mixed use scheme including a hotel.

    9. Museum of Liverpool

    Developer: National Museums Liverpool
    Completion: 2009
    Value: £65m

    New waterfront museum designed by architects 3X Nielson with galleries on four floors.

    10. Unity

    Developer: Rumford Investments
    Completion: Almost complete
    Value: £60m

    Major development combines 155,000 sq ft of high quality office space with residential tower.

    11. Phase One L1

    Developer: Windsor Developments
    Completion: Spring 2008
    Value: £40m

    Mixed use scheme in the emerging Baltic area combines 330 apartments together with retail, leisure and 400 parking spaces.

    12. The Plaza

    Developer: Bruntwood Estates
    Completion: Early 2007
    Value: £39m

    Major refurbishment of the 300,000 sq ft office building on Old Hall Street.

    13. West Tower

    Developer: Beetham Organisation
    Completion: December 2007
    Value: £35m Liverpool city centre's tallest residential building, the 40-storey tower will include 127 residential units and offices.

    14. Lime Street gateway

    Developer: Iliad
    Completion: 2008/2009
    Value: £35m

    Major transformation of the area outside Lime Street station will see construction of a 27-storey residential tower and new public realm.

    15. School of tropical medicine

    Developer: University of Liverpool
    Completion: December 2007
    Value: £26m


    New research building, including part pedestrianisation of Pembroke Street and a link bridge to school.

    16. Elysian Fields

    Developer: Iliad
    Completion: January 2007
    Value: £25m

    Mixed development in the heart of the cultural Ropewalks area combines 104 apartments with retail space.

    17. Design Academy

    Developer: John Moores University
    Completion: June 2008
    Value: £23.5m

    Five-storey academic building with basement to include design studios and exhibition spaces.

    18. Eden Square

    Developer: Downing Developments
    Completion: Spring 2007
    Value: £22m

    A mixed-use scheme comprising new-build and conversion for 127 residential units with commercial space and car parking.

    19. Cruise liner berth

    Developer: Liverpool council with Mersey Docks & Harbour Company
    Completion: March 2007
    Value: £19m

    A 250-metre extension to the landing stage.

    20. Leeds-Liverpool Canal

    Developer: British Waterways
    Completion: End 2007
    Value: £18.5m

    One of the biggest canal projects in the UK - a new section of canal linking the Leeds/Liverpool Canal with Pier Head and Albert Dock.

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