The Liverpool BID Company is seeking the support from BID (Business Improvement District) levy payers for a further term of the Retail & Leisure BID until 2023. The BID area incorporates well-known areas such as Bold Street, Cavern Quarter, Church Street, Williamson Square, Clayton Square, Queen Square, St Johns and Metquarter. Over the past 5 … Continued..
Across May Bank Holiday Weekend, our World Heritage UNESCO waterfront played host to Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta and welcomed the Bordeaux Wine Festival to the UK for the first time. The event was officially opened on Thursday evening with the Blessing of the Grape ceremony at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. The highlight of the ceremony … Continued..
AFTER four years of speculation, rumours and crossed fingers, it’s official… they’re back! Liverpool and Wirral – get ready to walk in the footsteps of Giants. Preparations are underway as the city gears up to welcome some very special Giant visitors for what will be their third and final Liverpool experience. Royal de Luxe, the … Continued..
Coinciding with the greatest footballing event across the globe, the 2018 FIFA World Cup, The Art of Football will see Liverpool host three major exhibitions, a symposium, pop-up cinema, a music festival as well as stage a call out for community groups to take part in a football parade with a difference – all in … Continued..
A 17-strong fleet of tall ships from across the world is heading to the River Mersey to help the city celebrate the 10th anniversary of its year as European Capital of Culture. The spectacular fleet will return to the city for the fifth time for the Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta, a free event which … Continued..
Liverpool has announced it is to submit a “compelling bid” to host Channel 4’s new national headquarters. Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson and the Liverpool City Region Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram have joined forces to lead the bid saying today “Channel 4 would find a soulmate in Liverpool” with a move that would breathe new … Continued..
A giant, 23ft replica of the moon is coming to Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral as part of an extensive programme of events across the city over the final bank holiday weekend in May. Created by renowned British artist Luke Jerram, the stunning “Museum of the Moon” uses detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface and includes … Continued..
Merseyside developer Elliot Group has received the go-ahead for an 11 storey luxury apartment block in Liverpool city centre. The Address, part of the company’s wider Wolstenholme Square development, will turn the former headquarters of social care charity PSS into 32 studios, 102 one-bed apartments and 66 two-bed homes. The £36m project will also include … Continued..
Liverpool City Council has approved plans for a new £50m permanent cruise liner terminal. Earlier this month, Liverpool City Council awarded the first of a two-stage design and build contract for the facility to McLaughlin & Harvey. Princes Jetty on Princes Parade will be demolished to make way for the new facility, which will be … Continued..
Aberdeen Standard Investments have agreed five new leases as part of its vision for the iconic Albert Dock Liverpool, including a diverse mix of independent and national leisure, retail, restaurant and office tenants. Rosa’s Thai Cafe and Lunyalita are the latest restaurateurs to sign for new 2,436 sq ft and 2,767 sq ft units, on … Continued..