Liverpool developer Elliot Group has opened the first of two hotels it has planned for the city, with the £20m Seel Street Hotel, managed by Epic Hospitality Group, welcoming its first guests this week.
Liverpool City Council’s planning committee has granted permission to the first development proposed by its housing company Foundations, also giving consent to a Baltic district hotel and an apartment scheme in Great Crosshall Street.
Liverpool has been on a journey and undergone a dramatic transformation in the last decade, writes Claire Slinger of Liverpool City Council. But growth on its own is not enough, we must look at how to make it sustainable for the years to come.
Speakers from Central Lancashire, Lancaster, Blackpool and beyond have signed-up to the Lancashire Update on 24 January in Blackburn, a half-day event which will cover some of the largest developments coming forward in the county.
Wyre Council and planner De Pol have launched a consultation on a 44-acre agricultural site to the west of Great Eccleston which could accommodate nearly 385 homes, a health centre, employment space, and a primary school.