Liverpool’s economy boosted by heritage says new research

New research from Historic England has revealed the important contribution that heritage makes to Liverpool's economy.According to the Heritage Counts 2018 report, unique historic buildings are boosting employment and tourism spending across the North West.The latest figures show that in the North West, 20,800 people are directly employed in heritage ... Read More...

Bongo’s Bingo founder plans Baltic shipping container leisure complex

The co-founder of Bongo’s Bingo wants to open a music, arts, drinking and eating space in the Baltic Triangle made from repurposed shipping containers.Joshua Burke is behind plans submitted to Liverpool City Council for ‘Content’, which would be based in Cains Brewery Village.Proposals are for 15 steel shipping containers sited on ... Read More...

Approval expected for Baltic Triangle hotel

Plans to convert a kitchen showroom into a new hotel in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle are expected to be approved.Living Brick's proposals for ‘Baltic Hotel’ include a café, restaurant and a three-storey roof extension.A report to Liverpool City Council’s planning committee recommending the 36-bedroom hotel for approval says the scheme will ... 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...