About Romal Capital

Romal Capital has over 50 years of combined property development experience. The developer is based in Liverpool but has experience of projects in other major UK cities and international markets.

Romal Capital Developments

Quay Central, is a Romal Capital development on HomeViews. This development is located in the wider Central Docks development. Central Docks is Liverpool Water’s future cultural and leisure hub. The development has 108 units in total. As well as high quality finishes, the flats benefit from views over the river.

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Number of Developments

3

Ratings

4.22 Rating

Rating (based on 25 reviews)

Excellent

40.00%

Very Good

44.00%

Average

8.00%

Disappointing

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Very Poor

8.00%

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Don’t expect a decent nights sleep!

Pretty shocked reading the amount of positive reviews for this development labelling it as nice and quiet.

I must have had a completely different experience than everyone else. To start something major you should be aware of before considering a property here, see the below article:

Drug dealing occurs in the building, the police raid pretty much once or twice a month. There are constant asbo’s roaming the hallways that dont live here looking to purchase drugs.

As there is no 24 hour concierge or security and the front door doesnt always close behind you when coming in. People that are not residents are constantly engaging in anti social behaviour in the building making it feel very unsafe.

To add to this the tenants that do live here, the majority are teenagers or young students. Meaning music is played till all hours and as the walls are paper thin dont expect a decent nights sleep the whole time you are here.

I often could hear my neighbours footsteps, conversations, coughing and various other bumps and bangs.

One particular neighbour had a karaoke machine and id find myself often being woken up at 4am by some poor rendition of oasis wonderwall.

To end on a positive note the flats themselves are well put together, bathrooms are great and alot of space for the money.

But the paper thin walls with no soundproofing whatsoever, and the anti social behaviour that is never addressed. Makes me not able to reccomend living here.

Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:

Good aspects:

Near costco, home bargains and some good views of the river mersey.

Bad aspects:

Even though its outside the city centre the people who live in the building and the new clubs opening in the area make it a very loud place to live. Making the trek into the city centre not actually worth it anymore.

Plus at night some of the streets are dark and dingy and ive often noticed drug dealing and other illegal activities in the area. Plus the amount of coked up students outside the Invisible wind factory on a weekend is a nightmare.

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That the Invisible Wind Factory club across the road were opening an outdoor area. Since the opening of the garden area for the club every weekend they have been doing events in the beer garden in particular outdoor raves.

When one of these events is on visit the area in the day and experience how loud the music being played is. Its honestly that loud that even though the club is down the road, your windows vibrate. And you can hear the music in your apartment even with all the double glazed windows closed.

The club I think were given permission to build this aslong as they stick to a 10pm curfew. But they just ignore it completely and often the music goes on till 3am.

How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:

Didnt have any problems that required the building management other than a few minor things which they dealt with like meter readings etc.

However took no action whatsoever on the noise complaints.

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Wonderful place to live

I have lived in this block now for slightly longer than a year and I have found it a very nice place to live.
The communal area downstairs is always clean, tidy and always nice and warm.
The location is perfect as it is very close to everything you could need.
Have never had a problem here and all residents have always been very polite and friendly.

Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:

The development is very close to everything you could need.
Walking distance to the night life of Liverpool city centre, local shops and lovely walks along the water.

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The only negative is, i was told there was going to be visitors parking but there isn’t.

How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:

They have always responded quickly and professionally.

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Princes Dock – a peaceful and beautiful place to live.

My partner and I have lived our flat on Princes Dock for 6 months. We absolutely love living here – we have a lovely view of the docks from our windows, and it is so peaceful and quiet. It is a short walk into town from where we live, so we can appreciate both the city and the peacefulness of the docks. We have a 24 hour concierge who is very friendly. The design of the building is also lovely – it is designed so you can appreciate the location of the docks.

Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:

Like:
Right on the docks – peaceful and beautiful.

Short walk into town.

Dislike:
No communal outside are

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

We wish that we had known that there was no outdoor, communal area before moving in.

If there is one thing you would change about your flat or property what would it be:

It would be nice to have an outdoor communal area so that we can meet other tenants.

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Would definitely recommend

I would highly recommend staying in this development – as mentioned before it isn’t noisy at all and it is very close to local shops and night life. The apartment building is kept extremely clean – and they have cleaners in several times a week to ensure this is kept. The apartment has a great view of Liverpool docks and includes all the amenities and more you would want in your apartment.

Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:

Very close to Liverpool city centre – however it is far enough out of the city so it isn’t noisy. Very close to shops especially home bargains and Costco.

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

The application process takes a lot longer than expected.

If there is one thing you would change about your flat or property what would it be:

The wifi strength can sometimes dip in and out which can be frustrating as we both work from home.

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