QVC has shortlisted six sites across Manchester and Merseyside for a new headquarters of up to 230,000 sq ft.
After a lengthy search for a director of the Mersey Waterfront programme a former regional manager of Business Link has been selected for the job.
Tesco and Everton FC have submitted a planning application to Knowsley council for their £400m regeneration of Kirkby town centre.
The North West Development Agency is to fund a feasibility study into a new pier at New Brighton.
Retail group TJ Morris is expected to be given planning permission for a 35,000 sq ft extension to its Gillmoss head office.
Knowsley-based Spencer Holdings has raised £200m from Bank of Scotland Real Estate to expand its portfolio by 50% across the UK.
Liverpool Vision has hired the Creative Industries Development Agency to develop plans for a dedicated property trust in the Baltic Triangle area.
Prestwich masonry firm Stone Central has been awarded a contract to move and restore three statues from their current position in front of the Three Graces.
The most unequal cities in the UK, judged by a variety of wealth and employment measures, are in the North West, according to the Centre for Cities.
Peel Holdings’ Trafford Centre will see a decline in retail spend in the next ten years, according to a report from Experian.
The North West Development Agency is prepared to offer significant financial help in a bid to keep Rolls-Royce operations in the region.
A seven-acre waterside site at Coffee House Bridge in Bootle, north Liverpool has been put on the market for residential development.
The North West Development Agency is to carry out a study into ways Everton could be kept within the Liverpool city boundary.
Wirral’s Riverside Park has secured a £10m funding package from HSBC involving the sale of the first phase and finance to build a second.
Roy Morris, chairman of inward investment and tourism agency The Mersey Partnership, has resigned and will leave at the end of the year.
Tesco and Everton FC have opened a three-day exhibition to show Kirkby residents how a proposed new stadium would look if plans are approved.
Neptune’s regeneration of the New Brighton waterfront will go ahead after Hazel Blears decided not to hold a public inquiry into the developer’s plans.
Aneel Mussarat´s MCR Property Group has confirmed a series of lettings at its 100,000 sq ft Cavendish Walk retail scheme in Huyton, Merseyside.
Lambert Smith Hampton has received more than a dozen expressions of interest in an industrial development plot for sale by English Partnerships in Skelmersdale.
Kodak has sold its 37-acre manufacturing site in Kirkby to a partnership of Acorn Developments and Industrial Process Plants for an undisclosed sum.
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