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Lister Drive Library, Liverpool building esign by OMI Architects: work to transform Grade II listed Andrew Carnegie Library in Tuebrook into a new community hub to start early 2019.
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Five Iconic Liverpool Buildings in this famous port city in northwest England, where the River Mersey snakes into the Irish Sea, birthplace of The Beatles, and blessed by awe-inspiring architecture.
Peel Energy, the low carbon energy arm of Peel Land and Property, plans to develop a district heat network at its ambitious £5 billion Liverpool Waters development transforming the River Mersey waterfront.
Luxury vehicle insurance broker and incident service provider Novo signs a five-year lease of 2,500 sqft at No. 12 Princes Dock, Liverpool Waters. The firm currently occupies space in ‘The Quay’ the serviced office provision also located at No. 12 Princes Dock.
Planning application approve 8 former shipping containers at Collingwood Dock, to be transformed into a new heritage trail visitor centre highlighting the long and illustrious history of the north Liverpool and Bootle docks.
Planning application submitted for a new Welcome Pavilion designed by K2 Architects, the first phase of a masterplan to upgrade the UNESCO World Heritage waterfront attraction.
Rrefurbishment and conversion of The Cunard, an Grade II-listed building built in 1917. The six-storey construction not only provided sanctuary as a Second World War air-raid shelter, its dockside location also made it an ideal site for ship building blueprints and luggage storage.
UK architecture centre RIBA North in Liverpool announces winter programme of exhibitions and events, starting with Cerámica on 28 October, plus Stirling Prize Models and The Presidents Medals.
RIBA and Knowsley Council announce Mark Wray Architects with Seed Landscape as competition winners for redesign of Prescot Market Place, Knowsley in Merseyside, England. The renewal will compliment proposed Shakespeare North Playhouse and new cinema. The design competition brief requested a landmark space.
Residential tower of around 85,000 sqft: the multi-storey apartment block in Princes Dock will be built by Peel as the company’s first Private Rented Sector development project and bought by Liverpool-based Regenda.
Design: Brock Carmichael Architects: Primesite – a property developer based in Liverpool – has started conversion of Strand Plaza, a new luxury residential development on The Strand.
Unity Theatre has worked with Liverpool based architects, K2, and contractors and social enterprise Vivark, to deliver the ambitious £845,000 Build Unity Better redevelopment project.
The new building design by Austin-Smith:Lord Architects embraces modern methods of teaching in a facility that encourages collaborative and social learning. It includes a case pit for debate plus a trading floor.
OMI Architects selected to advance their competition winning designs for ‘Pop Up’ village at Egerton Square next to Wirral Metropolitan College, provide amenities for emerging Four Bridges quarter.
First glimpse of new Central Docks neighbourhood on former Liverpool docklands site, at MIPIM, in Cannes, as well as releasing eight new plots for investor development.
Design: Hodder+Partners, Architects. £35m 27-storey building, the first of a pair of large-scale residential towers near to Liverpool’s central business district, contains 168 homes. The development sits within the buffer zone boundary of Liverpool’s World Heritage Site.