Liverpool council in plan to buy cruise liner terminal

LIVERPOOL City Council is considering buying the cruise liner terminal and extending it to deal with bigger ships.

A report to the council's cabinet on January 9 is recommending the authority acquires the site while it looks for a permanent building.

It had hoped to use the Cunard Building which it bought from the Merseyside Pension Fund for around £10m in March, but a feasibility study identified border control requirements which could add between £5m and £60m to the refurb costs, depending on the method u... For the full story register now for free or login below...

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