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Titanic Hotel at Stanley Dock, Liverpool:

Stanley Dock opened in 1848 to the designs of Jesse Hartley, who also designed the more well known Albert Dock and its warehouses. The North Warehouse is a Grade II* Listed Building, the South Warehouse, Tobacco Warehouse and several other ancillary structure are Grade II Listed Buildings and the site is within the Stanley Dock Conservation `area and Liverpool - Maritime Mercantile City World Heritage Site. Hinchliffe Heritagewas commissioned in November 2012 to assist in discharging the heritage conditions on the permissions for the conversion of the North Warehouse into a hotel and events space. Hinchliffe Heritage has been retained to provide all necessary heritage services for the conservation and conversion of the buildings on the site, working closely and creating a constructive relationship with the owners, Darmody Architects, Liverpool City Council and Historic England. Hinchliffe Heritage has brokered resolutions to all heritage issues and produced a Conservation Management Plan for the whole site. Work on the conversion of the North Warehouse started on site in January 2013 and the Titanic Hotel (see www.titanichotelliverpool.com ) opened in June 2014. The project has won several awards for regeneration, conservation and interior design, including the Royal Town Planning Institute NW Conservation Award and overall Planning Excellence Award. For more details on the project see here

Entrance to Titanic Hotel at Stanley Dock from Regent Road 2015