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 Peel Proposes First Wirral Waters Phase

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PostSubject: Peel Proposes First Wirral Waters Phase   Thu Nov 25, 2010 11:16 am

Peel Proposes First Wirral Waters Phase

Published on 03-03-2009 by Skyscrapernews.com
A planning application has been filed for Northbank East, which is the first stage of Peel's grand plans for a new development on the side of the Mersey opposite Liverpool called Wirral Waters.

The area is currently most famous for the u-534 submarine that was once on display there, but Peel hope this is about to change if they can get the go-ahead for their 1,700 home scheme that marks phase one of what is a very long-term masterplan.

The site lies on brownfield land between the Corn Warehouses and the Hydraulic Tower of Birkenhead's docks, a stretch of water that runs for over 1 and a half miles inland.

At the heart of the plans for this first phase is a 21-storey tower along with an attached lower-rise podium and double height retail units on the dock front.

Perhaps realising that the market is going through changes right now, and it might be a struggle to attract the usual crowd of young professionals who go for apartments in new-building schemes, Peel are aiming a substantial portion of Northbank East at families by including a number of three bedroomed units in the plans plus individual roof gardens for these apartments, although they may not be the best place to have a quick game of football.

Peel claim to be aiming for a similar formula to Hafencity in Hamburg, a huge development on abandoned docks but Northbank East does not have the cultural draws which that has of a major new concert hall to give the area kudos.

Proposing a building is one thing, coming up with a masterplan is another, but realising this on a Canary Wharf scale without an iconic landmark building, and then persuading people to live or work "out of the way" is another thing entirely. This will be the big challenge for Peel to overcome.

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PostSubject: Re: Peel Proposes First Wirral Waters Phase   Fri Dec 17, 2010 11:39 am

Victoria Pendleton and Jess Varnish win World Cup gold


Pendleton (left) and Varnish finished second in the previous round in Melbourne

Team sprinters Victoria Pendleton and Jess Varnish took gold at the World Cup second round in Cali, Columbia.
The British pair, who were second to China in the first round in Melbourne on 3 December, overcame Germans Miriam Welte and Kristina Vogel in the final.
But Sir Chris Hoy, Matt Crampton and Jason Kenny, winners in Melbourne, only managed silver in the men's sprint.
Both teams lead the overall standings with the men four points clear and the women five points ahead of the field.
The final two rounds of the World Cup take place in the Chinese capital Beijing on 21 January and in Manchester on 18 February.

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Cali tends to be the weakest World Cup, good to see the Olympic qualifications have boosted the field
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With the Chinese team who had beaten them in the series opening event well off the pace, Varnish and Pendleton improved on their time from Australia to cross the line in 33.322 seconds.
The victory earned them a maximum 12 points with Germany second and the French pair of Sandie Clair and Virginie Cueff third.
Hoy, Crampton and Kenny were overhauled by the experienced French trio of Gregory Bauge, Kevin Sireau and Michael D'Almeida.
New Zealand's team, who came second in Melbourne, were third and are the closest contenders to Great Britain in the rankings at the halfway point in the series.
Britain's Katie Colclough, Wendy Houvenaghel and Laura Trott came third in the women's team pursuit in their first World Cup outing of the year after missing the Melbourne event.
Ed Clancy made a solid start to the men's omnium event and is second after three disciplines with three points separating him from Spanish leader Juan Estaban Arango Carvajal.
The event concludes on Saturday.
Great Britain traditionally use the three World Cup stages outside the UK each year to blood younger riders, but this year have sent a strong squad to each event as the riders chase qualification for London 2012.
Men's team sprint standings after two events:
1. Great Britain 22 points
2. New Zealand 18
3. France 12
4. Germany 9
5. Team Jayco (Australia) 8
Women's team sprint standings:
1. Great Britain 22 points
2. China 17
3. Germany 16
4. France 16
5. Spain 10





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