Q-Park partners Liverpools L650 million Paradise Project

Leading car park operator Q-Park has been chosen to provide 3000 new parking spaces for the prestigious multi-million pound Paradise Project in Liverpool - an ambitious construction programme covering 42 acres, designed to transform the centre of Liverpool ready for its year as European Capital of Culture in 2008.
The Duke of Westminster’s Grosvenor company and an investor consortium, which is funding the massive development, awarded the car parking contract to Q-Park on the basis of its proven ability to help design then operate and maintain the highest quality car parking facilities consistently and over time – a vital criterion for Grosvenor.

Q-Park has been awarded a long-term 35-year lease on three new car parks costing L70 million. The car parks will provide 3000 spaces, 2000 of which are underground, with each being built to a distinctive, high quality design developed in collaboration with Q-Park. The first will open in 2005, the second in 2007 and the final one in 2008 in time for the completion of the main construction scheme for the city.

Liverpool Paradise Project

The contract win is a hugely prestigious achievement for Q-Park. It clearly recognises the company’s exceptionally professional operation, and its long-term commitment to the highest levels of car parking services.
q-park.gifCommenting on the contract, Nigel Williams, Q-Park’s Head of Acquisitions said:

“The new car parks will act as the front doors for this prestigious new development and we are thrilled that Grosvenor has chosen us to provide this important facility. We are delighted to be in partnership with a company that looks to the long term and puts the highest quality services at the top of its agenda. Our ability to support the development of exceptional car parking design and to operate and maintain car parking services over time is what sets Q-Park apart from its competitors”.


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