Romal Capital, the developer behind part of the huge £5bn regeneration scheme transforming the docklands area of Liverpool, received two awards for its work at the UK Property Awards.
The prestigious awards ceremony recognised Romal Capital for both its architectural and residential excellence through its two Liverpool Waters developments, Quay Central and Park Central. The scheme, which is being undertaken by Peel Holdings, will bring hundreds of new residents to the area, with some already moving into the finished apartment blocks.
The accolades awarded to Romal Capital are a further boost for the developer, whose projects have seen huge interest from buyers – particularly as the popularity of Liverpool as a property investment hotspot continues to soar. Earlier this month, the city was once again listed as the best place to be a buy-to-let investor by Totally Money, while the property market in the north-west continues to outperform the majority of the rest of the UK.
World-class development in Liverpool
Greg Malouf, CEO of Romal Capital, said: “It is a huge honour to be recognised for the architectural excellence of our developments. The quality of the design of Quay Central and Park Central have been ranked amongst the best for multiple residences in the UK.
He added: “Of course it is great recognition for Romal, but it is also fantastic for Liverpool as a whole to be attracting interest and praise from global property industry experts. Our vision has long been to create a world-class development and this recognition is a tribute to that aim.”
A panel of 80 judges made the decision based on design, quality, service, innovation, originality, and commitment to sustainability.
Liverpool Waters is located right on the River Mersey, with easy access to all the amenities the city has to offer. As well as high-specification residential apartments, the development will be located directly opposite a new 12-acre parkland, with business, entertainment and leisure spaces bringing new life to the area. Go to our Park Central investment page to find out more.