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LIVERPOOL City Council is considering submissions regarding the construction of a $32.3 million, 11-storey, 121-room hotel to meet the demand for accommodation in the Liverpool area.

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By Red Dwyer

LOCATION, location, location could well become Liverpool City Council’s new mantra of its drive to entice investment in the regional city’s economy.

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THE Deb Group one of the world’s leading occupational hand hygiene and skin care companies has located to a $15 million facility, in the Moorebank Business Park.

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LIVERPOOL will be home to the tallest building in south-west Sydney – a 30-storey residential project in the northern section of the CBD.

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LIVERPOOL will be home to the tallest building in south-west Sydney – a 30-storey residential project in the northern section of the CBD.

"The development is worth $75 million and once complete, it will change the streetscape of Liverpool,” said Frank Mosca, of Mosca Pserras Architects, a team of multi award winning architects based in Liverpool.

“This development is going to set the scene and force people to take notice of what is happening in our city,” he said. “It will be the launching pad for serious new development in the region.”

Mr Mosca said the tower would be almost twice the height of any building already in the city centre.

The company’s website notes that Frank Mosca and Steve Pserras, who have been in practice since 1987, specialise in residential and commercial projects and they have a passionate interest in the design of the urban environment in south west Sydney.

The development, comprising two towers in Norfolk Street, is expected to have some 300 units, accommodating about 700 people.

Liverpool mayor, Ned Mannoun, said the development of a residential precinct in the CBD’s north end was a great opportunity to feed surrounding business and boost the local economy.

Elsewhere in the city, another project is the construction of two new residential developments at the south end of Castlereagh Street.

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Health to drive Liverpool capital status Featured

By Red Dwyer

THE Liverpool health and education sector has been identified as a major component in the development of the city’s $7.8 million economy and as a catalyst to raise its status as the regional capital of South-West Sydney.

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CCTV surveillance for Liverpool CBD? Featured

LIVERPOOL Council is inviting interested businesses, residents and community members to participate in a community meeting on October 22 to explore options for the proposed installation and ongoing use of Closed Circuit television (CCTV) in the City Centre.

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