Alongside PGIM Real Estate, Kier Property is aiming to build 275,000 sq ft of logistics space on the 28-acre site in Knowsley Business Park.
Knowsley Council signed off Nuvu Development’s outline planning application for up to 277 affordable homes and a 100-bed extra care home on the former Cronton Colliery site.
The £100m Sports City in Birkenhead would have a 15,000-seat stadium for Tranmere Rovers Football Club as its centrepiece.
Peel L&P wants to turn the grade two-listed hydraulic generating station in the Four Bridges quarter of East Float into a centre for maritime education and training.
If you are keen to learn about digital inclusivity and the role fibre connectivity can play in boosting Liverpool’s property market, this free event is a must-attend.
Throughout the month of June, LAF will host more than 25 events ranging from building tours to symposiums.
Originally, the estate had wanted to build 850 homes on 110 acres in Wirral – but cut the number after a public consultation earlier this year.
Contractor Laing O’Rourke has installed the first steelwork column at the Bramley-Moore Dock site. Meanwhile, Everton Football Club agreed to pay Liverpool City Council £502,000.
An open-air event and hospitality venue awaits the citizens of Bootle now that the council’s regeneration project has received additional funding and business case approval.
The Department for Education proposes demolishing the existing Deyes High School and replacing it with a modern facility for 1,200 pupils that will be net zero carbon in operation
The sourdough pizza brand is transforming the former Halifax bank off Bold Street into an 8,000 sq ft restaurant and bar with regular DJ and live music performances.
An application has been submitted to Knowsley Council for the creation of 208 homes east of Windy Arbor Road within Halsnead Garden Village.
Linden Hill-Capital Assets-ALX wants to knock down John Mason International on Wilson Road and replace it with a 210,000 sq ft industrial development.
The housebuilder has launched a consultation for its plans to build a £14.7m neighbourhood off Rookery Lane.
Triton Construction has handed over 12 trade counter units, the second and final phase of the developer’s £20m Mersey Reach logistics scheme.
With a public consultation beginning on Thursday, Sefton Council has unveiled additional CGIs showcasing what the future Marine Lake Events Centre may look like.
Caddick Construction has begun enabling works to pave the way for the 34-home care village.
David M Robinson has reopened at the Liverpool shopping destination, with a new extended 5,478 sq ft site off South John Street.
A 56-acre site west of Hale Gate Road could be transformed into a residential-led scheme, under proposals put forward by the developer.
The developer is proposing to build 64 affordable homes on the site off Prescot Road in St Helens, 12 fewer than had previously been planned.
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