Liverpool Festive Park is earmarked to be the latest regeneration project to begin in the city. The £700 million redevelopment aims to repurpose and bring back to life the former International Garden Festival site in Otterspool.
The site overlooking the River Mersey has been purchased by Liverpool City Council and presents the authority with a range of different options for development and regeneration. The new-look Liverpool Festive Park will be separated into five sites, each with its own distinctive purpose and aims.
It is another ambitious project from Liverpool authorities and developers that aims to do more than revitalise the city and broader region’s business aspirations. It also denotes a passion for developing new community links and for establishing long legacies in a city that is famous for them.