AS A RESULT OF THE PARADISE STREET/ LIVERPOOL ONE DEVELOPMENT.
Wall Street on the old walls of Liverpool Castle.
Custom House Place, formerly Custom House Lane.
Thomas Steers Way has been called “Discovery Axis” during the development period.
Paradise Place is a broad extension, off to one side, of Paradise Street.
The Compass where Grosvenor is considering inlaying the four points of the compass in the paving.
Keys Court will feature a public walkway through the building to link Church Street and School Lane.
The Zig Zag is the covered space four storeys above Paradise Street.
The Terrace is effectively an extension of the Park, across the bridges over South John Street.
In Chavasse Park there will be a memorial to the Chavasse Family in a small “copse” at the top of the park will be an informal space that can be used for various arranged and impromptu events.
The Pool will tell the story of the birth of modern Liverpool, from its medieval shoreline, to the Castle on the sandstone outcrop and the emergence of The Pool – the first non-tidal commercial dock.
Kenyon’s Steps is the walkway along the northern side of Chavasse Park.
Blundell Lane is the courtyard between the Bluecoat’s new wing, BBC Radio studios and Friends Meeting House. It is named after Bryan Blundell, who built Bluecoat Chambers as a residential charity school for poor children.
College Court are the alleys and courtyard alongside the historic warehouses and Stanley Building.
David Lewis Street named after Lewis’s founder who had shops in Bold Street and Ranelagh Street.
Sugar House Steps between Customs House Place and the Park. On the site of Liverpool’s first sugar house.
One Park West.
The Bling Building on Hanover Street.
Edward Rushton House, on the site of former hospital for the blind, founded by Edward Rushton.
Gradwell Street Car Park.