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Liverpool One

Liverpool One Liverpool One

Retail regeneration transforms Liverpool city centre.

This scheme is based on an exemplar of retail regeneration.

We masterplanned a 42-acre area of Liverpool, creating a mixed-used development of new and refurbished buildings, streets and spaces.

New elements include 148,500 sq m (1.6m sq ft) of retail space, bars, restaurants, a bus station, BBC studios and a remodelled park bordered by a hotel, 600 apartments and new multi-screen cinema.

BDP was concept architect for 5 buildings and executive architect for a further 9 – but the work of many architects is represented here. Our landscape designers were responsible for all aspects of public realm work and our lighting team designed for buildings and public areas across the entire scheme.


  1. Rowan Jacobson
    Posted September 24, 2009 at 11:05 AM | Permalink

    If only Eagle meadow was this good. The place just screems quality. Quality stone, quality design almost too good for a shopping centre. Possibly the best development in the UK.

  2. James Lowe
    Posted September 29, 2009 at 2:26 PM | Permalink

    For £1bn spent on this project, it had better “scream” quality. The question is, is it value for money in the current economic climate? To me it is a development with limited architectural merit and it is not in keeping with the surrounding environment. Too much glass and metal makes the building look very harsh.
    Anyway, what do I know as a lay person.

    • Rowan
      Posted October 6, 2009 at 2:16 PM | Permalink

      “Anyway, what do I know as a lay person”. … in the same boat then. My comments are strictly limited to the development and as far as shopping developments go then its one of the best I have been to.


      Value for money. No.

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