Downing has hired Glenn Howells Architects to design a mixed-use tower of up to 20-storeys to extend The Capital in Liverpool city centre.
Architects Studio Egret West have drawn up fresh plans to redevelop Liverpool’s Brunswick Quay after an earlier skyscraper scheme was scrapped.
National Museums Liverpool has replaced lead architect 3XN with AEW on the flagship Museum of Liverpool and called for changes to the detailed design.
Tesco and Everton FC have opened a three-day exhibition to show Kirkby residents how a proposed new stadium would look if plans are approved.
Specialist façade designer, James & Taylor, is forecasting a fourfold increase in turnover in the next five years fuelled largely by the hotel boom.
Renew North West and the North West Development Agency have launched a public realm design guide for architects and designers.
Architects from the UK, Switzerland and US have been shortlisted in a competition to transform a ruined West Cumbrian castle into an events venue.
Urban Splash has won planning consent to redevelop the landmark JCM Building on Edge Lane in Liverpool, formerly the Littlewoods Pools headquarters.
RIBA has launched an international competition to design an observatory at the mouth of the River Mersey in Sefton.
MCR Property Group has short-listed three firms to design a replacement for its Dale Street, Manchester building destroyed by fire in April.
RIBA has announced the shortlist to design a new visitor attraction at the Brockholes Wetland and Woodland Nature Reserve in Preston, Lancashire.
Design watchdog CABE has rejected Liverpool Football Club’s revised plans for the 60-seater New Anfield stadium designed by Ryder HKS Architects.
Bolton council has granted planning permission for a residential conversion of the town’s redundant Holy Trinity Church led by developer Seddon Group.
Langtree Group is expecting to submit a planning application in October for 100,000 sq ft of offices at Kingston House in Liverpool city centre.
Liverpool property firm LAGP has revealed the first images of its Kings Dock Mill scheme in Liverpool’s L1 district.
Planning consent has been given for developer Time and Tide’s 35-storey Gravity tower in Manchester, designed by Austin-Smith:Lord.
The Australian architects behind the Civil Justice Centre in Manchester will embark on a year-long recruitment drive to establish a regional base.
Two separate architectural competitions are being held to create high-quality tourist facilities in parts of Lancashire and Cumbria.
An expert in running historic tourist attractions has been tasked to deliver the £80m transformation of Lowther Castle and gardens in Cumbria.
HKR Architects has won a contest to design a mixed-use development at the Brown Bros Building in Salford with developer Artisan Property Group.
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