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The Isle of Man Government and Peel Land and Property have signed an agreement for lease regarding a new ferry terminal at Princes Half-Tide Dock, Liverpool. Expected to open in 2021, the new terminal is part of the £5 billion Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme being delivered by Peel.

The Manx government currently operates a facility from Liverpool’s Pier Head and a planning application is expected in the coming months as the ferry terminal is relocated half a mile downriver to a new dedicated facility.

The current position

The Isle of Man Government and Peel Land and Property have signed an agreement for lease regarding a new ferry terminal at Princes Half-Tide Dock, Liverpool. Expected to open in 2021, the new terminal is part of the £5 billion Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme being delivered by Peel.

The Manx government currently operates a facility from Liverpool’s Pier Head and a planning application is expected in the coming months as the ferry terminal is relocated half a mile downriver to a new dedicated facility.

RUNNERS in their hundreds are expected to take part in a new 10km race through the Duke of Westminster's Eaton Park next month in aid of the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre, a clinical rehabilitation centre for the armed forces. 
 
A limited number of spaces remain to enter the unique chip-timed race on roads through the 800-acre deer park on the Eaton Estate near Chester, home of the Dukes of Westminster and the Grosvenor family, on Saturday, September 15. 
 

“It was a 50/50 ref” 

When does a challenge in football amount to negligence? 

 

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