Sciontec will reveal their plans for the next Paddington Village development, at a community drop-in session next week.
A public consultation to present HEMISPHERE has been announced by Sciontec as the next phase of development at Liverpool’s Paddington Village. Liverpool City Council as landowner is working with Sciontec to deliver the project that will continue to support growth and jobs in the city’s Innovation District, Knowledge Quarter Liverpool (KQ Liverpool).
Located at Plot 9, HEMISPHERE gets its name from the two sides of the human brain; creative yet logical, each side of the office building designed to have its own personality, look, and feel, with features that differentiate one side from the other.
Alongside the 120,000sqft of Grade A office provision, HEMISPHERE will include an array of collaboration spaces, a wellness studio, café, and extensive new areas of biophilia inspired high-quality, green, public realm.
The building will be designed to achieve the principles of an operational net zero carbon building, a ‘WELL’ Building Platinum Standard, and BREEAM rating of ‘Very Good’.
The creative design approach is homage to KQ Liverpool, as an international destination for the life-sciences, healthcare, and tech industries.
Sciontec is the KQ Liverpool spin out development company and is jointly owned by Liverpool John Moores University, the University of Liverpool, Liverpool City Council, and Bruntwood SciTech.
Sciontec operates Liverpool Science Park, manages Sciontec AI at The Spine, and is developing new, world-class science and technology facilities across Liverpool City Region. Its core purpose is to further expand and enhance the knowledge economy in Liverpool by delivering world-leading places and spaces to accommodate science, innovation, and tech enterprises.
The public consultation event will be held on Monday the 16th of May at The Spine, Paddington Village between 4pm-7pm.
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