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BT puts Liverpool letting on ice

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Dan Whelan

The telecommunications giant has shelved its pipeline deal to take 80,000 sq ft at Kier and CTP's £200m Pall Mall scheme indefinitely, due to market uncertainty amid the pandemic. 

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Blackmore Bond receivers pick over scraps for investors

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Paul Unger

A development site in South Liverpool, linked to the collapsed Manchester-based minibond fund that left investors owed more than £40m, has been sold for £1.2m as receivers work through the web of affiliated special purpose vehicles to recover money.

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BT scales back Liverpool office ask

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Dan Whelan

The telecommunications giant, tipped to take space at Kier Property and CTP’s £200m Pall Mall scheme, has reduced its requirement in the city to 80,000 sq ft, from 100,000 sq ft. 

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BOOK NOW | Future of Retail + Leisure

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Hear from Ellandi, Savills, Kampus, CWAC and others as they debate the future of town centres at this special interactive Place North West event with networking, panels and presentations next week.

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What next for hospitality after Eat Out to Help Out ends? 

Dan Whelan

The arrival of September signals the end of the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme. The initiative, designed to boost restaurants’ revenues at a time of reduced footfall, has been widely praised by commentators, although there are still concerns over the future of the sector amid the uncertainty caused by the pandemic. 

Liverpool fractional clampdown heads for cabinet

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Neil Tague

The city council’s quest to put an end to its issues around development funded by fractional investment takes its next step on Friday, with the cabinet asked to endorse changes including ramping up financial due diligence and restricting the release of council sites.

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Signature Living Hotel ‘to rise from ashes’ 

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Dan Whelan

The Liverpool-based hotel developer said it has reached an agreement with investors that could see the firm buy back assets placed into administration this year, and intends to open four more hotels “within the next six months”.