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North Haverbrook. Ogdenville. Brockway. Springfield. Liverpool. But has Steve Rotheram ever watched The Simpsons? Read on to find out...

MIPIM UK Place North West and Willmott Dixon drinks reception

GALLERY | Place North West MIPIM UK Drinks Reception

With this week seeing more than 3,000 property professionals gather in London for MIPIM UK, Place North West and Willmott Dixon hosted an evening of networking drinks for the North West property community and beyond.

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See you at Place Party

Everyone at Place North West looks forward to welcoming you to Place Party this evening for the year’s most exciting gathering of the property community.

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BOOK NOW | Merseyside Development Update

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.

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One unfortunate Twitter user found out that Hell hath no fury like an irritated Ingall, while Liverpool One celebrated its tenth birthday, and a station operator found an innovative solution to its gull problem.

HEVERLEE MAYFIELD

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Beer today, gone tomorrow; subliminal messages in JV branding; and a big Bootle bash. Settle down and read on...

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Place launches MIPIM opportunities

Place North West has released its sponsorship and advertising opportunities for companies looking to promote their brand at MIPIM.

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PROPERTY MINDS MATTER | Is change good for us?

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September heralds a time of change, with younger children starting new schools and elder children leaving home for university or work. Implementing change in our personal and professional lives can be critical to our mental health but it does need to be managed carefully, writes Alan Burke.

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Not that many of us needed any reason to stoke the Liverpool vs Manchester sporting rivalry, but ESPN and the University of Bath have chucked a bit of petrol on the fire with their latest Greatest Sporting City research.