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We are pleased to announce the new website for Stanley Dock is now live at www.StanleyDock.com - chock full of new information about the transformation of the iconic Tobacco Warehouse
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Tobacco Warehouse - Construction progress photos- July 2018 -showing central cores with finished cladding. Like the colour?
Exterior walls sandblasted and fitted with new windows.
More at www.stanleydock.com
Images by: Phil Nixon
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7/2/18
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Look inside the luxury apartments at Stanley Dock. A video showing the plans for the redevelopment of the former tobacco warehouse has been released.
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Check out this beautiful drawing of Stanley Dock by Lisa McFarlane. Lisa is a fellow member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) - follow the transformation of Stanley Dock at www.StanleyDock.com
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Behold - the world's largest warehouse! This could be your home! Find out more at www.StanleyDock.com
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Liverpool's docklands to become 'Britain's Next Great Creative Hotspot"
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Completed in 1901 using more than 27 million bricks, the Tobacco Warehouse at Stanley Dock remains the largest brick warehouse in the world. However, there are some even larger brick buildings around the world - click on this link to see the 'Top 10 Largest Brick Buildings In The World' - http://stanleydock.com/news
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Titanic Hotel at Stanley Dock wins Civic Trust Award!

The Civic Trust Awards is the longest standing architectural & built environment awards scheme in Europe.
Established in 1959, it recognises the very best in architecture, urban design, planning, landscape, public realm and public art.

On the 4 March the Titanic Hotel at Stanley Dock received a commendation award at the 2016 Civic Trust Awards. The judges said, "The conservation of the North Warehouse at Stanley Dock and its conversion into the Titanic Hotel has saved a monumental building at risk, which had been disused and decaying for 30 years.  

The scheme has brought new life into the building and into a neglected part of Liverpool's historic docklands. The agreement of conservation principles and a sensitive design approach have ensured that the building has retained its industrial aesthetic and character. Historic materials (bricks, cast iron windows, roof trusses and stone flags) and artefacts (wrought iron screens, shutters and hydraulic equipment) have been retained and conserved wherever possible. This first phase of the larger project for Stanley Dock will be a catalyst for the regeneration of the surrounding area."
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Check out the hotel & rum bar on the new Stanley Dock website - www.StanleyDock.com
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