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Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme continues to attract considerable interest

An award-winning residential block in the £5.5 billion Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme is now fully sold out after unprecedented interest from homebuyers and investors.

It’s been confirmed that all 129 residential units in the 14-storey Park Central apartment block have now been sold.

The waterfront apartments in Liverpool city centre are part of the Central Docks development, one of five new neighbourhoods in the Liverpool Waters regeneration site, with the £5.5 billion scheme set to transform the historic docklands area of the city, bringing new residents, businesses, jobs and leisure space to the area.


BuyAssociation, a property consultancy which launched the Park Central scheme with developer Romal Capital, says it has seen unprecedented interest from investors as well as owner-occupiers looking to make the Docks their home. 

“Liverpool is one of the key areas in the UK to invest in property right now, and with more investment and regeneration in the pipeline it’s one of the most future-proof markets,” Caroline Marshall-Roberts, chief executive at BuyAssociation, commented. 

“Park Central has been a really exciting product to launch and has proved hugely popular among our investor base as well as among owner-occupiers. The North Eest in general is still one of the most popular places to invest in property and we don’t expect that interest to abate any time soon.”

She added: “We’re looking forward to working with Romal again next year when further phases of the Liverpool Waters scheme will be launched.” 

Greg Malouf, founder of Romal Capital, said he was delighted at the sales success of both Quay Central and Park Central. “People do truly value the waterfront location and the vibe and lifestyle that Liverpool Waters will offer. Creating a waterfront parkland is exciting for any developer and equally exciting I’m sure for our residents and owners.”

He said Romal are appreciative of the opportunity of being a part of such ‘a magnificent regeneration programme in this wonderful city’. 

The new phases are set to be released in early 2020.

Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme continues to attract considerable interest

BuyAssociation, which was founded in 2006 and is headquarted in Manchester, is an international investment consultancy which specialises in bringing together investors and property developers at the earliest stages of development. It aims to identify and build investment opportunities and fund renovations and new-builds throughout major UK cities and towns.

You can take a look at the company’s investments page for more opportunities and find out more about the Park Central scheme here.


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