The £1bn Paddington Village development will be situated less than a mile from the city centre at the new Knowledge Quarter and aims to create an estimated 10,000 highly skilled jobs.
Recently approved by Liverpool city council, public consultation on the SRF will begin on Monday, 7 November, running until 5pm on Friday, 23 December.
As part of the consultation, a public exhibition is due to take place at Kensington Fields Community Centre on Tuesday, 22 November from 2pm to 7pm.
Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, announced the establishment of the Knowledge Quarter as one of five Mayoral Development Zones at the International Festival of Business (IFB) in June.
Mayor Anderson said: “Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter is an absolute game changer for the city in terms of job creation and investment and will redefine our reputation as a world leading centre for research.
"Paddington Village is the flagship development for the quarter and plans for it are hugely ambitious as befitting its status.
"The Spatial Regeneration Framework is a vital tool in spelling out how we will develop Paddington Village and this public consultation is key to its success."
Situated in sight of the new Royal Liverpool Hospital, Paddington Village consists of three zones across an 11 acre site:
Occupiers already secured for Paddington Central are the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) for a Northern Centre of Excellence, and a 45,000 sf ft ‘live-learn facility’ for Liverpool International College made up of flats and lecture halls.
The arrival of the RCP will signal the start of phase one of the 10 year development site, encompassing 1.8m sq ft of high quality office and residential space.