Everton stadium consultancy doubles space in Liverpool

Global construction, property and management consultancy, Rider Levett Bucknall doubles the size of its office on Liverpool waterfront. Tony McDonough reports

No 8 Princes Dock
No 8 Princes Dock, an office building in Liverpool Waters


Global consultancy Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) has signed a new lease at Liverpool Waters, doubling the size of its space.

RLB, which is a construction, property and management consultancy, will now occupy 4,700 sq ft at No 8 Princes Dock on the waterfront. Its current projects include the new Everton stadium, currently under construction at Bramley-Moore Dock.

Its Liverpool based team has increased by 50% in the last two years. Its new office suite will accommodate its growing team and better support them with hybrid working within a multi-function space. This will also offer access to enhanced technology.

RLB’s commitment to achieving net zero by 2030 was also a key part of its decision to remain at Liverpool Waters. According to site owner Peel L&P, the commercial estate at the site has been operationally net zero for several years.

From this year, the commercial buildings at Princes Dock will also be connected to Liverpool Water’s District Heat Network. This will provide low carbon heat and power.

Zoe Rowan, partner and head of RLB’s Liverpool office, said: “We are delighted with the growth of RLB’s Liverpool office over the last two years, both in terms of clients and colleagues.

“Our move within Liverpool Waters provides 50% more space to support multi-functional workspaces and accommodate our ambitious plans for future growth and commitment to the North West region.

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“The facilities we now have at Liverpool Waters tick all the boxes from an enhanced technology platform to wellbeing initiatives, and its first-class sustainability credentials will help us as we work towards our own 2030 net zero target.”

Liza Marco, assets manager at Peel L&P, added: “High quality and sustainable working environments are currently high up in the priorities of any successful and growing business.

“Princes Dock has a lot to offer. Its net zero carbon offices are proving very popular not just with new businesses moving to the city but also with our existing occupiers such as RLB who are expanding.”

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