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BOXPARK Liverpool receives approval for licensing application

Award-winning dining, retail, and leisure operator BOXPARK has had its licencing request for the brand-new Liverpool facility, set to open in late 2023, approved.

To celebrate the announcement and following approval of planning permission for BOXPARK Liverpool in February, CEO of BOXPARK Simon Champion met with Mayor of Liverpool Joanne Anderson to tour the future venue and discuss BOXPARK’s hopes for its expansion to Liverpool.

BOXPARK Liverpool receives approval for licensing application

The highly anticipated food and events venue has been granted a premises licence for its drinks and entertainment, which allows it to open daily until 1am, and until 2am the morning following New Year’s Eve. Opening hours will be Monday to Sunday from 10am with a licence until 1am. 

BOXPARK CEO Simon Champion, comments on the planning permission announcement: 

“We have had a successful early 2023 with the planning permission and licensing application now fully approved for BOXPARK Liverpool. Our team has been working hard behind the scenes and it very much feels like we’re on the home straight to transforming Canning Hall at Cains Brewery. We’re looking forward to our future in Liverpool and the positive impact we’ll bring to the local region’s economy.”

Mayor of Liverpool Joanne Anderson also commented: 

“I was very impressed with BOXPARK’s plans for the Baltic Triangle. Their arrival represents a major investment in the area and underlines the growing confidence in the city’s appeal to investors. I’m sure the company will be a welcome and popular addition to our leisure offer when they open later this year.”

Outlined in the planning permission approval back in February, the group is investing more than £3.5m into the Baltic Triangle and is expected to bring 150 new jobs to the local community. On top of this, the scheme will also drive a significant volume of footfall to the area, with over a million people expected to visit each year*.

Spanning 21,000 sq. ft and holding 400 internal covers plus 200 external covers BOXPARK Liverpool will include 10 kitchen units, three internal bars with additional external bars. There will also be a 5,430 sq. ft external garden to offer al fresco dining and intimate events.

BOXPARK Liverpool will be the first of its kind outside of London adding to the three current sites in Shoreditch, Croydon and Wembley.

BOXPARK has agreed a 15-year lease with Cains Brewery Village for the site, located within the city’s booming Baltic Triangle. The venue will be transformed into a stunning food hall and events destination featuring a large internal space with units set over the ground floor, a small internal mezzanine, and an external terrace.

READ MORE: BOXPARK to launch a brand-new venue in Liverpool

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