Hear about major regeneration projects, offices, housing, and transport schemes across Merseyside and the latest developments in Liverpool city centre at this half-day conference on Thursday 15 November.
Bruntwood pulled off a nice coup, securing Jaguar Land Rover for the last two floors of Neo, meaning the redevelopment of Bank House can be called an unqualified success. Some have wondered, with JLR being a big Merseyside employer, why not Liverpool?
The broadcaster has invited seven candidates to participate in the second stage of the pitch process for its new national hub, with the two North West bidders joined by Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds and the West Midlands.
With its levy-paying members set to vote next month on a further five-year term, Liverpool BID Company has launched its business plan for the Retail & Leisure business improvement district, including its intent to expand the district’s boundaries.