Peel L&P


UK’s Largest Regeneration Project Pioneering Research into Plastic Alternatives

A new research project at Peel L&P’s Wirral Waters development aims to lead the world by substituting plastics used in construction with sustainable alternatives.  Sustainability and innovation in Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) are central to the development of Wirral Waters – one of the UK’s largest regeneration projects with a consented Masterplan of 20 million sq ft.  In…


Maritime Knowledge Hub Approved for £4.5 Billion Wirral Waters Development

Plans for a £25 million maritime centre of excellence focused on innovation, engineering, R&D, entrepreneurship and training at the heart of Peel L&P’s Wirral Waters development in North West England have been approved by Wirral Council.  The announcement was made earlier today at MIPIM, the international property event in Cannes, France, by Richard Mawdsley, Peel…


Shopping Centres Achieve UK Net Zero First

Retail destinations, Quayside MediaCity in Salford and Gloucester Quays, are the first of their kind to achieve ‘Net Zero Carbon – Operational Energy’, in line with UKGBC’s Net Zero Carbon Buildings Framework.  The two retail destinations join an expanding list of Peel L&P buildings that have achieved net zero carbon status, demonstrating the company’s commitment…


Peel Issues ESG Update

Peel L&P has released its annual ESG report on the progress the British regeneration business is making in implementing a Five Year Sustainability Plan.  Peel, which has a record of transformative and exciting projects including MediaCity at Salford Quays and the trailblazing Manchester homeless project Embassy Village, reports progress on all 22 of its sustainability…


UK’s Largest Urban Regeneration Project Breaks Ground

Construction is underway at Miller’s Quay, the £130 million urban regeneration development on the left bank of the River Mersey in North West England, and flagship project of the UK government’s ‘levelling up’ strategy. A partnership between Peel L&P, Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council, and long-term investor (and Peel funding partner) Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC), the…

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