Blockbuster Exhibitions See Liverpool’s Figures Soar

03/04/19 IN FIGURES RELEASED TODAY IT WAS REVEALED THAT LIVERPOOL’S WORLD MUSEUM WAS THE MOST VISITED MUSEUM IN ENGLAND, OUTSIDE OF LONDON, IN 2018. • World Museum is England’s most visited museum outside London in 2018 • Of England’s top four museums outside London THREE are in Liverpool • National Museums Liverpool welcomed 4,114,135 visitors […]

Property Investors From Around The World Buying In The UK Despite Brexit

20/03/19 Well off property investors from around the world are not put off buying property in the UK because of Brexit, new research suggests. Indeed some 85% are currently investing in British property with one in four saying they are doing so because of Brexit, a global survey for UK property developer Seven Capital has […]

HMRC: Re-establishing a Liverpool landmark for growth

18/03/19 Built from 1924-32, Liverpool’s India Buildings impacted on the city centre with its scale, architectural importance and significance as a commercial space. As a £40 million refurbishment paves the way for HMRC’s arrival, Move Commercial looks at how the landmark’s prominence is being re-established, with expectations of wider business district growth. A “shot in […]

Liverpool Is Named As A Leading UK Hotspot For Hotel Investment

04/03/19 Using indicators such as occupancy and revenue-per-room the Colliers’ UK Hotel Market Index ranked Liverpool third out of 34 cities behind only Edinburgh and Belfast.  Liverpool is now a UK hotspot for hotel investment with a new index putting it in the top three UK cities thanks  to rising room occupancy and revenue-per-room (RevPar). On Monday, property […]

‘Liverpool’s Banksy’ Paul Curtis Reveals New Abbey Road Artwork in Baltic Triangle

25/02/19 A new mural has been revealed in Liverpool by the same artist who created the ‘Liverbird wings’ in the Baltic Triangle and other Liverpool artworks. Paul Curtis , who is known as ‘Liverpool’s answer to Banksy’ was commissioned to do the artwork be The Beatles Story , to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Abbey Road album. The […]

Liverpool Considering Expanding World Heritage Site

20/02/19   Liverpool City Council has suggested there are “compelling arguments” for expanding the city’s World Heritage Site to include areas such as Rodney Street, Chinatown, and Harley’s southern docks, with a feasibility study due to be put together in the coming months. The city’s current World Heritage Site incorporates Liverpool’s core historic docks, including […]

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 […]

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