“We are sad to announce the passing of one of our founding directors, Roger O’Hara who passed peacefully on the 26th January 2024. An energetic and principled man who will be greatly missed.”

Work Commences On The Reservoir


DINGLE 2000 DEVELOPMENT TRUST CiC is pleased to announce the commencement of the next phase of the RESERVOIR development, which will enable us to make better use of the Reservoir and improve access for our users.


Having met all the planning and listed building requirements, we are about to start constructing a large new opening into the southern wall of the Reservoir.


In partnership with Clan Contracting Ltd over the next two months, we will be creating a 2-Metre-wide doorway onto High Park Street. We have started the internal works and expect to commence the external works in the New Year.


For a short while this will necessitate an area of scaffolding on the pavement of High Park Street whilst the wall is cut and doors created. Our builders will keep noise and mess to a minimum and will be working between the hours of 8.00am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday.


Whilst we do not expect there to be disruption during this work we apologise for any inconvenience caused.


Updates will be posted on our website: www.thereservoir.space and emailed queries may be sent to info@thereservoir.space or on the “contact us” page of the website.


The Park Hill Reservoir is Grade 2 Listed; it was built by the Corporation of Liverpool in 1855 to provide a reliable, safe water supply for its rapidly expanding port…


Preliminary market research and business planning has been carried out by Pulse Regeneration. This has indicated strong demand for use…


Over the past few years the Park Hill Reservoir has attracted a range of events, including the Liverpool Biennial, Heritage Open Days, and film locations…

Park Hill RESERVOIR at Toxteth

an exciting venue for Liverpool

A £2.3 million project is planned by building owners Dingle 2000 to create a unique, multipurpose venue inside this spectacular historic structure. The project has had the support of Liverpool City Council, the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Architectural Heritage Fund, local organisations and others. It is seeking further funds to deliver this vision.

View from the roof of The Reservoir

Organisations who have supported us:

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