A £23m Maritime Knowledge Hub close to Birkenhead waterfront is gearing up to submit a planning application to the local council, to enable construction of the 60,000 sq ft facility to start next year.
The council is working on the biggest regeneration framework the area has seen in decades, to encompass a stretch of land along the Wirral Peninsula taking in areas such as Seacombe, Liscard, New Brighton, Birkenhead, New Ferry and Bromborough.
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.
VU.CITY, the fully interactive 3D smart city platform, which now covers 124 sq km of Manchester and Salford and has launched digital twins of Liverpool, Leeds, Sheffield and 15 other cities, is currently offering a free trial on any of their cities.
The studio run by US architect Dan Meis will not see the club's 52,000-capacity stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock through to completion, after Pattern was selected the technical architect for the next phase.