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Peel’s Liverpool energy centre signed off

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Sarah Townsend

The developer is building a facility to provide low carbon heat and hot water to up to 9,000 homes and 4m sq ft of commercial space, on a site between Great Howard Street and Sherwood Street.

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Planit-IE fleshes out Goodison legacy project

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Neil Tague

Everton FC’s design advisor has added detail to outline proposals for the stadium site submitted last year, including reducing the amount of retail and leisure space, and set out a timeline for development. 

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St John’s Beacon given listed status

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Dan Whelan

The Liverpool landmark, which formed part of proposals for a 400-metre zip wire earlier this year, has been granted grade two-listed status by Historic England, which said its design “embodies the technological bravura and spirit of the space age".

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Liverpool energy centre plans lodged

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Neil Tague

Peel L&P Energy has submitted plans to develop a 16,420 sq ft energy centre in Liverpool with renewable technologies as part of its Mersey Heat district heat network.

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Liverpool Development Update: past and future | Summary

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Striking a balance between heritage and growth, and fostering greater collaboration between stakeholders and developers, will be key to Liverpool's economic recovery and future development prospects, according to speakers at Place North West's latest event.

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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.

Liverpool Central Library

Anderson blocks Liverpool zip wire plans

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Dan Whelan

Zip World’s controversial proposal to install a 400-metre zip wire between St Johns Beacon and Central Library have been dealt a severe blow after Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson intervened to stop the £4m project from progressing, citing “serious concerns” over the impact on the surrounding area.