The £5bn opportunity at Liverpool Waters, investment in Knowsley, tackling the City Region's transport troubles, and the city centre's office market were all under the spotlight at this Place North West event in Liverpool.
Manchester is set for a period of major growth in all sectors, including its population, housing, and offices over the next decade-and-a-half according to the city council's annual State of the City report.
Greater Manchester’s leaders faced tough questions on the city region’s track record on housing, struggling transport infrastructure, and the ongoing delays to the GMSF at this special Place North West event, which gathered all four of the city region’s leaders on one stage for the first time.
We’re in the midst of a digital revolution, writes Sean Anstee of Telcom Infrastructure. Across the North and in our home city of Manchester, the rise of new technologies and cloud services are radically transforming the way we live and work.
Recently we attended and spoke at the International Healthy Streets Summit which took place in Glasgow, the first time in its five year existence that it has ventured outside of London, writes Stephen O’Malley of Civic Engineers.