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Littlewoods back on map with £17m boost

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Sarah Townsend

Developer Capital & Centric is reviving plans to redevelop Liverpool’s former Littlewoods building, and hopes to launch a construction tender and start on site this year following a cash injection from the city region.

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Liverpool’s Ovatus scheme up for sale  

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Sarah Townsend

The company that acquired 122 Old Hall Street, a curved building with a mirrored glass façade near the waterfront, and hatched plans to replace it with two residential towers including what would be the city’s tallest building at 50 storeys high, is selling the site.

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Rotheram unveils projects for £1.4bn govt bid

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Sarah Townsend

The proposed £70m Southport Theatre, the Shakespeare North Playhouse in Knowsley, a £60m packaging centre for Unilever in Wirral and a £600m hydrogen production programme in Halton are among schemes included in the Liverpool City Region’s latest funding bid to Whitehall.  

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Crash rehearsal studios up for sale

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Dan Whelan

The Imperial Warehouses building on Davies Street in Liverpool, which has planning permission for an aparthotel, is being sold after its owner Mantra Homes was placed into receivership in January.

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Liverpool asks Govt for £200m project boost

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Dan Whelan

The city council has asked Government to help fund developments, including a new cruise terminal and the next phase of the £1bn science and technology hub Paddington Village, as part of a £1.4bn Covid-19 economic recovery plan. 

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IN FOCUS | Hospitality dusts itself down ahead of reopening

Dan Whelan

After months of uncertainty, Boris Johnson yesterday confirmed an end to the sector’s enforced “hibernation” by announcing bars, restaurants and hotels can reopen from 4 July, but hospitality professionals are wary despite this positive step. 

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Legacy takes over 30 James Street

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Dan Whelan

Legacy Hotels & Resorts plans to invest a “significant” amount of money to repair the grade two-listed hotel in Liverpool, which it plans to reopen by the end of July after the collapse of its previous operator, the hotels arm of developer Signature Living Group.