LJMU Copperas Hill Proposed Visual June 2018 Low Res

PLANNING | Copperas Hill and 1,000 homes lead Liverpool agenda

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Charlie Schouten

LJMU’s student centre on Copperas Hill, the redevelopment of North Western Hall, a container park at Lodge Lane, plans to host concerts at Anfield, and more than 1,000 homes are all on the agenda for Liverpool’s planning committee next week with a recommendation to approve.

Universities as Regenerators 2017

Place Skills | Liver little

Two cathedrals, two football clubs, a stunning waterfront and a Bombed Out Church all showed Shelagh McNerney in her infancy the power of buildings.

Pete Swift

Place Skills | Beauty in detail

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On a visit to the world-first International Garden Festival in 1984, Pete Swift of Planit-IE realised that gardens meant more than the traditionally-coiffed land surrounding stately homes and could become a landscape of epic scale and colour.

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Spine approved at KQ Liverpool

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The £35m Northern headquarters of the Royal College of Physicians, set to be built within the Liverpool Knowledge Quarter, has been granted planning permission by the city council.

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Shazan Qureshi to pay back 25p in the pound or face bankruptcy

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Shazan Qureshi, the entrepreneur behind the failed Project EV enterprise village in Liverpool who was subsequently disqualified from being a company director for 13 years, is having to pay 25p for every £1 he earns in his new role as a property consultant, liquidators’ documents have revealed.

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Physicians HQ goes before committee

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Proposals for the £35m Northern headquarters of the Royal College of Physicians are set to go before Liverpool City Council’s planning committee next week, and are expected to be approved.

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Plans in for Paddington Village car park

Architect KKA has filed a planning application for a 1,000-space ten-storey car park and CHP energy centre at Smithdown Lane on behalf of Liverpool City Council and Morgan Sindall.