Progress in pictures
Council’s proposed mixed-use Liverpool Civic Place development, in partnership with Built Development, will anchor and activate the southern end of Liverpool CBD, providing new public spaces, community facilities and job opportunities for our growing city.
Located at 52 Scott Street, Liverpool, Council will commit around $195 million to the Council Works components of the proposed development, which include:
- New Council offices and Council Chambers;
- A new city library and community hub;
- A childcare facility;
- A new civic plaza; and
- Council and public parking.
An artist's impression of the future Council Works component of Liverpool Civic Place.
The Developer Works component of Liverpool Civic Place will include:
- A 22-level tower to accommodate a combination of commercial, retail and education spaces; and
- An eight-level, 84-room hotel.
Built Development will cover the cost of the Developer Works components of Liverpool Civic Place.
An artist's impression of the public plaza.
The Liverpool Civic Place Master Plan was approved in August 2020, with the Demolition and Early Works Development Application approved in June 2020. Demolition and excavation works on the site are complete.
The Development Application for the Council Works component was lodged in October 2020, with development consent issued in July 2021. Construction, of the Council works component, commenced in October 2021.
The Council works are scheduled to be complete by mid-2023.
Details of the Council Works Development Application and the Developer Works Development Application are available on Council's website.