Liverpool Waters secures two new commercial tenants for Princes Dock

Residential property management company Amazon Management Services and building and civil engineering firm McLaughlin & Harvey will occupy a total of 4,000 sq ft. Tony McDonough reports

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No 12 Princes Dock at Liverpool Waters


Two new tenants have signed up for a total of 4,000 sq ft of commercial space at Liverpool’s Princes Dock, part of Peel £5bn Liverpool Waters development.

Residential property management company Amazon Management Services will be occupying a 1,000 sq ft retail unit on the ground floor at No 1 Princes Dock, an apartment building, for the next five years.

And building and civil engineering firm McLaughlin & Harvey will be taking up 3,000 sq ft office at No 12 Princes Dock.

Amazon Management Services’ move from Maghull in Sefton to the city centre will allow the company to manage its current property lettings portfolio, which spans across Liverpool city region, whilst exploring new avenues and opportunities for the company.

Director Sue Weir said:Relocating our base to Liverpool Waters is an exciting new chapter for Amazon Management Services, which perfectly coincides with our vision to expand our property letting portfolio to multi-storey residential apartment buildings and commercial spaces in the city centre and across Merseyside.

For McLaughlin & Harvey, this move is an essential one. The organisation has been working closely with Liverpool City Council on the design and construction of the new Cruise Line Terminal at Princes Dock, following a successful tendering process earlier this year.

Having a waterfront office allows McLaughlin & Harvey to oversee the progress of the project whilst the terminal is being built.

The firm’s contract director, John Mariner, said: “Due to the close proximity to the new Liverpool Cruise Line Terminal, it makes perfect sense for us to relocate our team to this space at Princes Dock.

“It is fantastic to be right in the middle of the action as Liverpool Waters continues to take shape, and we’re looking forward to seeing how the project will continue to pick up pace.”

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