We’re delighted to share the first fly through video of our latest design for the Liverpool Cruise Terminal.
The new Liverpool Cruise Terminal is a gateway to a beautiful city, loved the world over. Through the design, we have acknowledged the historic setting of Liverpool Waters, whilst also looking to the future. We have reflected the excitement of travel in our architecture; we designed the new terminal to be open and outward-looking. Expansive glass walls frame far-reaching views across the city and out to the Irish Sea, and a zinc skin will shimmer with tones of the River Mersey. A concrete plinth, upon which the building sits, is a modern interpretation of the old dock walls.
The 108,000 sq ft terminal, due to be built at the Princes Jetty on Princes Dock, will be built on two floors with a state of the art baggage hall on the ground floor, and the passenger lounge, café, and check-in desks on the first floor. The scheme also includes a four-star hotel, and a public open space with hard and soft landscaping. It is expected to directly create more than 500 new jobs.
Subject to a harbour revision order, which the city council has applied for, construction of the terminal is expected to begin early next year. This is a landmark project, and one we are thoroughly looking forward to progressing with the professional team.
The Liverpool Cruise Terminal professional team includes Ramboll, McLaughlin & Harvey, JLL and Turner & Townsend.