Sitting immediately next to the £5.5bn Liverpool Waters scheme and within the city’s Atlantic Corridor, Ten Streets is set to become a new “creativity district” for start-up creative businesses, including artists, independent creatives, makers and digital and technology sectors.
The scheme will see circa 125 acres of former dockland between the northern edge of the city centre to Bramley Moore Dock, transformed with up to 1 million square feet of development, delivering around 2,500 new jobs.
It will attract creative companies and enterprises to flourish alongside artistic organisations. As a creative economy district, Ten Streets will complement other employment areas like the Knowledge Quarter, Commercial District and Liverpool Waters.
The vision for Ten Streets is based on Ten Big Ideas which aim to nurture the assets and opportunities unique to this part of the city – stunning maritime architecture, a diverse commercial and industrial heritage and a pivotal location. The area has already become an established events destination thanks to the trailblazing work of Kazimier, Cream and Sound City. Meanwhile, heritage, history and character are some of Ten Streets most precious assets and will be the foundations for the area’s new identity.
Following a competitive tender process, Liverpool City Council has procured HOW Planning and shedkm to produce a Spatial Regeneration Framework (SRF) to set out what can be achieved in the district.
The draft Ten Streets SRF is available online to view on the Ten Streets website
A new Creative District for Liverpool
Site area125 acres / 50 hectares
DeveloperLiverpool City Council, Harcourt Developments and others to be determined
Suitable usesCreative and digital, offices, commercial, light and general industry, artistic and cultural, performance space, and ancillary uses.
Value£200m - £500m