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RHWL takes next step forward in Liverpool - image

RHWL has submitted a planning application for the second phase of its St Paul's Square scheme in Liverpool.

The proposals - on Old Hall Street - will bring an additional 13,000m 2of new office space to the city.

The masterplan of St Paul's Square, for the English Cities Fund, consists of three commercial buildings, a residential apartment complex, a 400-space car park and a new public space.

RHWL's designs have won the backing of the local development agency Liverpool Vision. Jim Gill, chief executive, said: 'The success of St Paul's Square demonstrates the confidence developers now have in Liverpool city centre.

'This scheme is the first phase of our proposals to create a new business district in the city centre, and it is very encouraging to see such rapid progress.'

by Ed Dorrell

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