More than £1.76m is to be invested in modernising access to seven of Merseyside’s railway stations.
Developer Langtree has started work on phase one of a new £50m business park in Mere Grange, St Helens.
The Stobart Group is in talks with Tesco over building a 750,000 sq ft warehouse at its 3MG multi-modal gateway site in Widnes.
A set of ‘super Local Education Partnerships’ could be created in the North West to build new secondary schools if talks between councils succeed.
AA Projects, a construction consultancy, has become the first office occupier at St Modwen Developments’ Prescot Business Park in Knowsley.
Liverpool’s luxury Hope Street Hotel is to open its second offering as part of a £10m West Kirby redevelopment project.
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.
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