Ahead of the first detailed planning application being put forward at Kier and CTP's £200m Pall Mall Exchange in Liverpool, landscape architect Re-Form has outlined its designs for a 32,000 sq ft "green square" at the heart of the 10-acre masterplan.
The World Heritage Committee has approved the city’s status at its annual summit, but it remains on a list of “sites in danger”, a position it has held since Peel’s vast Liverpool Waters scheme was approved in 2012.
Consultant WSP has been chosen to develop an energy strategy for the Liverpool City Region with a focus on sustainability, increasing efficiency, and preparing the region's infrastructure for electric vehicles and energy storage.
Business and arts leaders in Liverpool’s Fabric District have put together a vision document that will be submitted to Liverpool City Council, calling for the area to be recognised as a priority regeneration zone.
Liverpool City Council’s next Strategic Regeneration Framework is to focus on the Cavern Quarter, with the council’s next cabinet meeting asked to approve the development of a masterplan around Mathew Street.
World Heritage UK, the umbrella group representing the UK’s 31 World Heritage sites, has issued a statement expressing its support for Liverpool in the city's bid to heal its uneasy relationship with global awarding body Unesco.
Merseyside Building Preservation Trust is hoping to secure a development partner to bring forward the restoration of Liverpool’s Wellington Rooms by the summer, and is looking to make a bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund to fund the works.