A proposed Wirral Waters regeneration scheme in the UK has received approval from the local council.
The scheme, which will involve the construction of buildings along Liverpool's waterfront, is worth £4.5bn ($7bn).
The scheme will cover an area of 18 million square feet, and is expected to transform the regions of Birkenhead and Wallasey.
Work on the project is expected to complete over the next three decades, according to 24dash.com.
The scheme's planning application is due to be decided by Wirral Council on 3 August.