Chartered financial planners Willson Grange Limited will be relocating its headquarters from Hoylake on the Wirral to a new space on Liverpool’s waterfront.
The wealth management company has signed a 10-year lease of 10,500 sq. ft at No. 12 Princes Dock, Liverpool Waters.
The firm will be occupying space on both the third and fourth floor of the Grade A office building on Princes Dock, alongside neighbours including the international manufacturer Cargill, shipping group CMA CGM and global insurance broker Griffiths & Armour.
No. 12 Princes Dock is one of the most striking office buildings located at the waterfront based Liverpool Waters, and boasts stunning panoramic views of the River Mersey and a rooftop terrace. With some recent high profile moves, the five storey Grade A office space is now 93% let.
The news of Willson Grange’s move to Princes Dock is one many exciting announcements and developments at Liverpool Waters. This year is set to be the busiest yet for the £5 billion regeneration project, which recently broke ground on the £21 million residential building Plaza 1821 and announced plans for a brand-new heritage trial visitor centre at Collingwood Dock.
Stuart Willson, chief executive officer at Willson Grange, said:
“Relocating our headquarters to Princes Dock will signal a new and exciting phase in Willson Grange’s development. Occupying a space in the city centre of Liverpool will not only make us much more accessible to many of our clients but will also allow us to reach a much wider recruitment pool of the very best financial talent the city has to offer.
“We are delighted to be joining the many prestigious neighbours who already occupy many office buildings on the Princes Dock, and of course we are excited to witness the upcoming developments of the Liverpool Waters scheme, which will be happening right on our doorstep.”
Liza Marco, asset manager at Liverpool Waters, said:
“It is fantastic to see yet another successful and thriving local business choosing to relocate to Princes Dock. Businesses are seeing the advantages of being located in the city centre and the benefits that it brings in terms of welcoming new clients and team members. We’re encouraged to see so much interest in our number of office spaces across Liverpool Waters, and as we enter our next phase of development, we’re looking forward to seeing many more organisations join us on Liverpool’s iconic waterfront.”
To learn more about the Liverpool Waters Development project led by Peel Land and Property (Ports) Limited, please visit www.liverpoolwaters.co.uk.