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Asset development and project management by:

www.merepark.co.uk LEISURE AGENTS John Agnew DL: 0161 244 7707 M: 07768 065 578 E: jagnew@savills.com Mike Knowles DL: 0161 277 7295 M: 07870 999 781 E: mknowles@savills.com David Bell DL: 0207 877 4516 M: 07870 999 651 E: dbell@savills.com David Muslin DL: 0207 182 2524 M: 07766 733 718 E: david.muslin@cbre.com

RETAIL AGENTS Pippa Page DL: 0151 471 4972 M: 07764 795 273 E: pippa.page@cbre.com Paul Wright T:0845 293 8988 F: 0845 481 8802 E: paul@recoproperties.co.uk

www.centralvillageliverpool.com MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1991 Whilst every care has been taken in preparation of this guide and accompanying information its accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Merepark Plc nor any of their advisors are responsible for the consequences of a reliance placed by any person on this information. Tenants are advised to undertake their own independent investigations, inspections, surveys and enquiries. This version of the developers pre-let information is believed to be an accurate description of the proposed buildings of Central Village. Please note that all areas, dimensions etc indicated within this document do not allow for construction tolerance and deflection of the structure. Tenants should take this into account as part of their own design.

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Become centre stage in an iconic city

hotels cinema restaurants cafés bars shops offices central station The Central Attraction In the heart of the city lies the village. A Central Village which will soon be home to a diverse array of retail and leisure operators. Odeon, Millennium & Copthorne Hotels, Costa Coffee, Subway and many more are already on board: now there’s a wonderful opportunity to join them in a brand new development at the core of Liverpool’s retail and leisure hub.

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Liverpool numbers • Following its tenure as European Capital of Culture in 2008, the city of Liverpool is enjoying unparalleled cultural and financial investment and growth - £800m boost to the regional economy. • Employment rates have consistently increased throughout 2010, with the city hub boasting 2 million people, 70,000 businesses and 1 million jobs. • A city where £4 billion has been committed to physical regeneration and investor confidence is at an all time high. • The new one-and-a-half mile Liverpool Canal Link is expected to generate 200,000 extra visitors annually to the city’s dock system with an additional spend of £1.9m per year. • The value of tourism to the Merseyside economy currently stands at £1.1 billion. Figures estimate that Merseyside’s tourism sector in 2013 will be worth £2 billion supporting over 30,000 jobs. • The Echo Arena and Convention Centre together with the £1 billion Liverpool One development have transformed the city centre with 2 million sq ft of new shops, offices and leisure facilities - Europe’s biggest regeneration scheme. • Liverpool is one of the best connected cities in the UK. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is Europe’s fastest-growing regional airport, carrying 5 million passengers in 12 months and serving more than 60 destinations. • Liverpool Lime Street Station to London now takes less than 2 hrs 30 mins.

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New LEWIS’s Plaza link from Renshaw Street through to the heart of Central Village.

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