Everton Hydraulic Tower

Everton lodges stadium heritage proposals

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Dan Whelan

Having won approval for a new £500m stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock, the football club is seeking consent to incorporate a grade two-listed hydraulic tower into its plans for a fan park. 

Liverpool Green Space (2)

Liverpool to seal two-pronged green strategy 

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Dan Whelan

The city council is to enter into a partnership with Fields in Trust to safeguard 2,500 acres of Liverpool's parks against future development, while the city region expects to approve a plan to kickstart its aspirations of becoming zero carbon by 2040.

Minister to review plans for Liverpool port road

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Sarah Townsend

Baroness Vere has agreed to examine a report produced last year by consultancy Arup on behalf of Sefton Council, which sets out alternatives to building a controversial link road between Switch Island and Princess Way.

Peel Energy Cenrte Sherwood Street

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.

Goodison Plots 2

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. 

Radio City Tower

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".