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Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle Attracts a Royal Visit

12/02/19 The Duchess of Cornwall has posed up in front of the Liverpool Liver Bird wings in the Baltic Triangle. Camilla, 71, was in the city as part of a joint visit with Prince Charles, and while he stopped at the Albert Dock and the Marie Curie Hospice , she took a look around one of the […]

Liverpool & Manchester House Prices Set To Soar – JLL

11/02/19   City centre house prices in Manchester and Liverpool are expected to grow faster than the national average over the next five years, according to a new report from JLL. Costs in the two cities are set to increase by 16 per cent and 13 per cent respectively. By 2020, central Manchester’s house prices […]

Ten Streets Project Will ‘Complement’ Baltic Triangle

Plans for a new creative hub in Liverpool’s northern docklands will not harm the Baltic Triangle district, according to the city’s mayor. Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson has offered assurances that the ‘Ten Streets’ project will “complement” other regeneration zones and may even free up space in the city centre. He says: “I want to make the […]

Plans For Events Space & ‘Urban Farm’ In Baltic Triangle

31/02/19   Plans to transform a derelict patch of wasteland on the edge of Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle have been revealed. Great George Street Developments, the consortium which acquired the failed New Chinatown scheme last year, is proposing a variety of community and public uses for the site. The application, which has been submitted to Liverpool […]

Liverpool’s £47m Highways Revamp Gets Under Way

31/01/19   A £47m overhaul of roads in Liverpool city centre will start on Monday 4 February with contractor Graham kicking off works on Victoria Street through to the Queensway Tunnel. The first phase of the wider Liverpool City Centre Connectivity scheme will see the contractor widen pavements, remove bus layovers, and improve public realm […]

North West Investment Reaches Highest Level In Decade

30/01/19   Property investment in the North West last year reached £3.17bn, the highest year since 2007, according to Lambert Smith Hampton, buoyed by deals in the residential, hotels and leisure sectors. LSH’s UK Investment Transactions report recorded £1bn of deals in the final quarter of 2018. In 2017, the annual total was £3.09bn. The […]

Inside The Abandoned Baltic Triangle Train Station That’s Set To Reopen

28/01/19   Alcoves and windows remain at the historic station abandoned more than a century ago. For decades the station, in a cutting by Parliament Street, decayed with the area around it, but over the last decade the Baltic Triangle has become a development hotspot. It’s home to dozens of creative businesses, while bars and nightspots have opened. […]

Liverpool Named One of Britain’s Best Cities

25/01/19 The city was named in the Telegraph’s Top 20 Travel Destinations Liverpool is one of the best cities in Britain to visit – and here is why. Our city has been voted ahead of other popular destinations to explore such as Glasgow, Chester and Newcastle. Readers have been voting for the best city to […]

Port of Liverpool Secures Permanent Transatlantic Cargo Route

17/01/19 Maersk Line and MSC temporarily switched its TA4 route linking the UK with several US ports from Felixstowe to Liverpool last year – and has now made the switch permanent. Port of Liverpool boss Mark Whitworth says the “tide is turning” in Liverpool’s favour after securing a permanent transatlantic cargo route. Last year the […]

TEAM APPOINTED TO OVERSEE BALTIC TRIANGLE MASTERPLAN

15/01/19 A team of urban designers and planners have been appointed to create a new masterplan for Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle. LDA Design, who led the masterplanning for the regeneration of London’s Olympic Park, is to draft a Spatial Regeneration Framework (SRF) to guide the future development of the area. The site earmarked for work covers […]


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