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Liverpool Docks 10

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The whole of Liverpool Docks will be considered for improvements, but only part for redevelopment. "Liverpool Waters" is the new title for the area selected for this redevelopment; the name reflecting the new and unique place it will strive to be. Once completed, people of Liverpool will benefit from this spectacular development which will be a place for all age groups to work, socialise, rest and play. Liverpool Waters will be a recognized name around the world; tourists will identify with its location and want to visit. www.liverpoolwaters..co.uk Liverpool Waters extends to over 150 acres and will be a £5.5 Billion investment, creating tens of thousands of jobs during construction which will span over at least 30 years and approximately 17,000 new direct jobs and substantially more indirect jobs when complete.

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