Internationally renowned artist unveils new Royal Albert Dock sculpture

Written by Adam Foster Internationally acclaimed artist Ugo Rondinone unveiled a new public sculpture today (23 October) at Liverpool’s Royal Albert Dock.‘Liverpool Mountain’ is the first artwork of its kind in Europe and is part of the Liverpool 2018 programme.Ugo has collaborated with Liverpool Biennial and Tate Liverpool to bring his ... Read More...

New-look vision for site formerly known as New Chinatown moves forward

Great George Street Developments has submitted revised plans to transform the Liverpool site formerly known as New Chinatown.A vision for a new neighbourhood of residents and businesses between the city’s existing Baltic Triangle and Georgian Quarter has been unveiled.The Great George Street Project will see work resume this winter on ... Read More...

Legacie aims to attract ‘restaurants and boutique shops’ to Baltic scheme

New images of a £90 million mixed-use development for Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle have been revealed.Parliament Square was granted planning permission in September and will feature a public plaza with retail units and eateries alongside 500 apartments.Legacie Developments is behind the project, which is being lined up to transform the district’s Greenland ... Read More...

Liverpool’s reputation ‘still being influenced by Capital of Culture status’

Liverpool’s national and international reputation continues to be influenced by its 2008 European Capital of Culture status according to new research.Findings by the Institute of Cultural Capital (ICC) highlight changes including a “growth in national confidence and stronger appreciation of Liverpool as a desirable cultural centre”.Dr Beatriz Garcia and her ... Read More...

Vintage market, café and creative workshop planned for Ten Streets

A vintage market, café and creative workshop could transform a vacant warehouse in Liverpool’s Ten Streets area if plans are approved.The proposed venue in the emerging district would also have space outside for occasional street food units and seating.Liverpool City Council’s planning committee will consider the plans for the Cotton ... Read More...