125 acres of former historic dockland
Aims to generate up to 2,500 jobs
Up to 1 million sq ft of development space
Set to become one of Liverpool’s emerging creative districts
The Ten Streets vision, led by Liverpool City Council, Harcourt Development, and Torus, is rooted in Ten Big Ideas, embracing the area’s unique assets—maritime architecture, commercial heritage, and location. It aspires to nurture an ecosystem fostering innovation, creativity, and economic growth.
At the forefront is the commitment to serve as an “Engine for Growth,” generating 2,500 jobs and contributing to Liverpool’s economy. With a focus on cultural enterprises, the development aims to provide a dynamic environment for artistic and creative ventures, integral to Liverpool’s future economy.
Adding a cultural dimension, Ten Streets plans to introduce a cutting-edge theatre and music venue, enhancing its reputation as an events destination and solidifying its status as a creative catalyst within Liverpool.
Ten Streets aims to set new standards in sustainability, embracing renewable energy, environmentally sustainable design, and innovative construction, while respecting the area’s history.
The area represents an incedible canvas for creative innovation, attracting and nurturing start-ups, artists, and independent creatives. By fostering a thriving community, it propels Liverpool into a new era of creativity and prosperity.
Latest Ten Streets news
Developer unveils £110m Liverpool apartments scheme
Sourced Development Group and Network rail submit plans to build 507 apartments north of Liverpool city centre in a £110m project.
Public engagement launched on updates to Liverpool Waters Masterplan
Ten years on from the approval of the Liverpool Waters Masterplan and regeneration company Peel L&P is releasing an updated plan and asking the public if it reflects what local people want and need for the future. Peel L&P has revisited the Masterplan to update it in line with Liverpool City Council’s Local Policy Plan […]
New Liverpool masterplan close to final approval
A masterplan that would see the building of 35,000 new homes and the creation of 38,000 jobs in Liverpool is close to final approval.
Torus wins consent for £30m Liverpool scheme
Affordable housing provider and Liverpool Place Partnership partner Torus, has secured planning consent for a £30m development in Liverpool’s northern docklands.
Harcourt secures £40m Tobacco Warehouse funding
Real estate lender Qsix is providing finance to complete phase one of Liverpool MIPIM partner Harcourt Developments’ mixed-use conversion of the 1.4m sq ft Liverpool building.
Liverpool launches new heritage framework
Liverpool city council has produced a new framework to guide future development across 260 acres of protected dockland, which it hopes will further strengthen its UNESCO World Heritage Status.
New fund to bring even greater ‘energy, culture & vibrancy’ to the streets of Liverpool
A brand new £200,000 fund has been created to bring energy, culture and vibrancy on to the streets of Liverpool.