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Old March 16th, 2016, 10:31 AM   #501
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Unfortunately, the proposed designs as shown on the renders look very disappointing from a design perspective - very dull and boxy. With all the wonderful designs that one finds today around the world, surely Liverpool's waterfront merits better than this?
As I understand it those aren't designs" as such just renders to give an idea of scale and massing. I suspect once detailed architect designs come out things will be somewhat different.
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MIPIM: Keel phase two comes forward

18 Mar 2016, 10:00 Jessica Middleton-Pugh in Cannes
Following the successful conversion of the former HMRC building at Queens Dock in Liverpool, Moorfield Group and developer Glenbrook have submitted a planning application for a further 257 apartments on the remaining land at the waterfront site in Liverpool.

The first phase of the 240-apartment Keel development completed in September last year as arguably the region’s first bespoke private rented scheme and is now almost fully let. The main contractor was Pochin. Glenbrook said phase two, designed by Brock Carmichael, would be built to a similarly high standard and extend the range of apartment sizes available.

Guy Butler, director of Glenbrook, said: “Liverpool has a very healthy residential market and The Keel has become a firm favourite with renters in the city thanks to the spacious apartments with waterside views, and the enviable location on the riverside with good links to the city.

“We have worked closely with Liverpool City Council to design a scheme that sits comfortably alongside The Keel and the wider environment, whilst respecting the buffer zone of the World Heritage Site. This new development will provide much needed housing in an accessible and attractive location and, as with all of our schemes, will be delivered to the highest design and management standards.”

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Is Liverpool Waters still going to happen?
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Is Liverpool Waters still going to happen?
Your guess is as good as mine but they're saying many buildings will be on site next year which doesn't give Peel anywhere to hide now they've set 2017 in stone. If they come up with more excuses then they're going to look ridiculous, but one day it will be redeveloped, it's too important to the city for it not to be.
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£340m railway upgrade planned for Liverpool City Region

Liverpool City Region (LCR) train passengers are to benefit from £340m of rail improvements over the next three years.

The investment, by Network Rail and the Liverpool City Region – much through Government’s Growth Deal funding– will provide passengers with faster, more frequent and more reliable train services by 2019.

The improvements - part of Network Rail’s nationwide Railway Upgrade Plan - will help meet a forecast 100% increase in demand for rail travel across the region[i].

They will pave the way for additional services, such as planned new First Transpennine Express services from Liverpool to Glasgow in 2019, and new Liverpool-to-Chester services.

Of the £340m, Network Rail is contributing £229m with the Liverpool City Region putting in £111m.

The work will include:

building new and longer platforms at Liverpool Lime Street station to accommodate more services and longer trains
renewing tracks on the underground loop on the Merseyrail network
adding additional track between Huyton and Roby to allow faster trains to overtake local services
building a new station at Maghull North and revamping Newton-le-Willows station
installing a new section of railway to enable frequent new services between Liverpool and Chester, with ambitions of extending these into North Wales.

Network Rail has been working closely with partners to ensure that robust alternative travel arrangements are in place while these improvements are carried out.

Martin Frobisher, route managing director for Network Rail, said: “Our aim over the next three years is to give the people of Liverpool the high-quality rail services they deserve. With demand for rail travel expected to rise by 100% over the coming years, these improvements are vital for the future growth and prosperity of this great city region.

“During this work Liverpool will remain open for business, welcoming visitors to the city as well as providing vital transport links for commuters.

“Our focus during any disruption is to take a similar approach to the Commonwealth Games, to ensure that while journeys will be slightly different, that they run smoothly enabling access to the city at all times.”

Merseytravel is the strategic transport advisor to the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority and project lead for a number of the schemes.

Cllr Liam Robinson, Chair of Merseytravel said: “We welcome this investment. It’s essential in keeping the Liverpool City Region moving now, and in the future. Network Rail’s investment is in addition to the funding we have secured from Government for certain key schemes and also that we’ve raised locally.

“It’s helping deliver the first stage of our 30-year Long Term Rail Strategy, supporting economic growth by boosting connections and capacity within the City Region and beyond. We see this as essential incremental improvement ahead of transformational schemes such as high speed links north-south and east- west to ensure we fulfil our potential as a key player in the ‘Northern Powerhouse’

“The work to take forward these schemes will, in some cases, mean significant changes to how people make their journeys. We see ourselves as the passengers’ champion, working with Network Rail and train operators to ensure that they have the best plans possible in place to minimise disruption to residents, visitors and business.”

Louise Ellman, MP for Liverpool Riverside and Chair of the Transport Select Committee said: “This multimillion pound investment will give Liverpool a first class station with better local, regional and national links. It is another vital step in Liverpool’s regeneration.”

Joe Anderson, Mayor of Liverpool, and Chair of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority said: “It’s a welcome sign of our success and growing economy, with more jobs and businesses, that there is more demand for train services to travel both around the city region and beyond. This investment will mean real improvements for people in every corner of the city region, while we continue to lobby hard for the big transformational investments like HS2 and HS3.”

First TransPennine Express Programme Director Chris Nutton said: "These upgrades will secure a huge improvement in the services that the train operating companies can provide to the Liverpool City Region. For TransPennine Express these works will allow us to introduce new trains with more carriages and new direct services to Glasgow and Edinburgh in 2018/19

Sara Wilde McKeown Chair of the LCR Visitor Economy Board said: "The service improvements and additional routes are pivotal for enhancing the competitiveness of the region's visitor economy.

“Whilst the works will bring short term disruptions, following early engagement with Network Rail and Merseytravel we are confident that the contingency measures being put in place will minimise inconvenience and provide visitors with a different, but seamless journey experience.

“We recognise that our strong sense of welcome will be key for making this a success and we will be meeting Merseytravel and Network Rail at regular intervals to contribute towards, and support their forward planning."

The main areas of investment are:

Liverpool Lime Street

At Liverpool Lime Street station, track, signalling and platform upgrades will enable longer trains and more frequent services and once completed will create the potential for three extra services per hour to leave from Lime Street station. Lime Street station is expected to close for a period in autumn 2017 and again in 2018, where alternative transport will be provided to passengers. Work is on-going to ensure services and access are maintained for customers with quality onward travel solutions such as rail to rail transfers where ever possible.

Liverpool underground upgrade

The final phase the on-going renewal of the riverbed and loop line ‘slab track’ – the railway track on the Wirral line and underground loop section of the Merseyrail network will take place between January and June 2017. This will improve the safety and reliability of services using the underground, which was built in the 1970s. Where previously this work has been undertaken piecemeal Network Rail are grouping the remaining elements together to reduce disruption and complete the works sooner.

Huyton to Roby upgrade

To enable faster services between Liverpool and the east, extra track will be built between Huyton and Roby stations to allow faster services to overtake local stopping services. This work completes the work already undertaken at Huyton in 2014.

New Liverpool to Chester service – the re-opening of the Halton Curve

The full business case for the scheme is expected to be considered by the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority at its meeting in April. If approved, work is expected to begin in June 2017 and be completed by May 2018.

It is proposed that a new service between Liverpool and Chester, serving Liverpool Lime Street, Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Runcorn, Frodsham and Helsby will be created through the re signalling and upgrading of existing single direction track on the Halton Curve. The existing line, which currently only runs one way passenger services in the summer, will be upgraded to provide a 2 way hourly service with connections to North Wales in the future.

The scheme is supported by Growth Deal funding to Merseytravel.

Weaver to Wavertree re-signalling

Re-signalling work on 16 miles of track between Edge Hill Station in the north and Winsford in the south will get underway this summer, with work starting in full in 2017. Five signal boxes will be removed with control moving to the new state-of-the-art Manchester Rail Operating Centre, part of Network Rail’s wider modernisation programme.

Newton le Willows station

Newton le Willows station will be transformed, with improvements including a new bus interchange and extended car park facilities and a new booking hall on the south side of the station, with improved access to facilities via new lifts, subway and stairs. Rail users will also benefit from the electrification programme that is increasing capacity and shortening journey times between Liverpool and Manchester.

The scheme is supported by Growth Deal funding to Merseytravel.

Maghull North (new station)

A new station is to be created between Maghull and Town Green Stations on the Liverpool Central to Ormskirk branch of the Merseyrail network Northern Line to support increasing demand and extensive new housing and employment developments expected in the area. Work will include the creation of a new ticket office, provision of park and ride facilities and lifts and a footbridge to platforms.

The scheme is supported by Growth Deal Funding to Merseytravel.

The LCR improvements are part of Network Rail’s Northern Programmes - several billion pounds’ worth of work included in the company’s £40 billion nationwide Railway Upgrade Plan, delivered across the five years to 31 March 2019. The plan is designed to provide more capacity, relieve crowding and respond to the tremendous growth the railway has

seen - a doubling of passengers in the past 20 years. The plan will deliver a bigger, better railway with more trains, longer trains, faster trains with more infrastructure, more reliable infrastructure and better facilities for passengers, especially at stations.

For more information and to see this investment brought to life in an animation visit www.networkrail.co.uk/lcr

Liverpool City Region Growth Deal Funding

In March 2014 the Liverpool City Region LEP secured a total of £232m of Local Growth Fund from the Growth Plan that was submitted to Government. This Plan outlined an ambitious vision of unlocking the region’s potential with the long term goal of achieving economic growth and job creation.

For more information visit https:/www.liverpoollep.org/economic-strategy/growth-deal/

The Liverpool City Region’s Long Term Rail Strategy is available via the Merseytravel website: http://www.merseytravel.gov.uk/about...Documents.aspx

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Old March 23rd, 2016, 07:50 PM   #507
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Cruise Terminal Design Concept Contract Awarded

LIVERPOOL City Council has commissioned early design work on a permanent cruise liner building.

The city council has appointed an international consultancy team led by Arup and including KKA Architects, Royal Haskoning DHV Engineering and cost consultants Turner and Townsend to produce a concept design.

They will come up with a robust, fully costed plan for a terminal capable of handling 3,600 embarking and disembarking passengers with baggage – three times as many as the existing facility. The site would include passport control, passenger lounge, café, toilets, taxi rank, vehicle pick up point, coach layover area and a car park.

The former Princes Jetty at Princes Parade, close to the landing stage, is preferred location and a potentially suitable site.

The world famous Cunard line – which describes the city as its spiritual home – has said the development could lead to the reintroduction of its transatlantic crossings from Liverpool, which last took place regularly in 1968.

It follows a doubling in the number of vessels visiting Liverpool since it became a turnaround facility in 2012 – up from 31 to 61. Passenger numbers are up from 38,656 four years ago to an expected 86,365 this year.

Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson said: “I am determined to see huge continued growth in the cruise liner industry in Liverpool. To do that we need a permanent building to replace the facility we have at the moment which has limited space.

“We are now commissioning detailed plans which will give us a clear picture of how much of a commitment we are going to have to make.

“Clearly there will be a cost to the construction of the facility, but the figures speak for themselves in terms of the economic boost we get from cruises coming to the city.”

Garry Banks, Director of Arup and Project Director for the team “We are delighted to have been awarded the contract – we’re a Liverpool-based team and it really helps that we understand the strategic context of this project and its importance to the city region economy.

“The current facility has delivered an award winning service and it’s now our challenge to look at how we can deliver a permanent cruise terminal design that ensures Liverpool can continue to deliver an award winning cruise experience and capitalise on this growing sector whilst accommodating larger ships with greater passenger turnaround.

“Projects such as this also enable us to continue to develop our teams in the city, employing local graduates and apprentices; meaning we not only grow and improve as businesses but we also contribute to the success of the city in the long term.”

The cruise liner terminal is estimated to have generated £7 million for the city’s visitor economy last year, up from £1.3 million when it was a port of call destination.

In May 2015, the Cunard fleet arrived on the River Mersey, creating an unprecedented Three Queens spectacle and once-in-a-lifetime event that was seen by more than a million people lining both sides of the waterfront.

Liverpool was named the UK’s best port of call for two years running in 2013 and 2014 and scooped Destination of the Year by Seatrade Global in September 2015.

Later this year, Disney Cruise Line will be coming to Britain for the first time and Liverpool is one of just two English destinations they will sail in to.

Work will be completed on the study by the end of June and a final decision taken over the project later in the year.

http://www.goodnewsliverpool.co.uk/2...tract-awarded/
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Liverpool's film studio hopes get a £5m boost

Former Littlewoods building on Edge Lane set to be the 'Pinewood of the North'

Liverpool’s hopes for a film studio based in the art deco former Littlewoods Pools building have moved a step closer.

The city region’s “super cabinet” of local council leaders have agreed to contribute £5m towards the project.

The move comes after Liverpool council cabinet approved proposals for the £25m film studio at the Liverpool Innovation Park on Edge Lane last year.

Developer Capital & Centric aims to create the ‘Pinewood of the North’ at the former Littlewoods headquarters.

City region leaders agreed to £4.95m of funding “being made available to the Littlewoods project subject to a satisfactory full business case being independently appraised”.

Chair of the Combined Authority, and Liverpool city Mayor Joe Anderson, welcomed the move saying: “This will cement Liverpool’s place, along with the Baltic Quarter, in the creative industries. It’s an absolutely great boost for the city and the wider city region.

“We are the most filmed location outside London and to have these facilites in Liverpool will be a boost.”

Liverpool has become a favoured location for film and TV drama show makers in recent years some major features have been filmed here, including Sherlock Holmes, Captain America, Jack Ryan, Fast and Furious 6 , Nowhere Boy and the TV dramas Peaky Blinders and Foyle’s War.

Last summer, Hollywood stars Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant filmed Florence Foster Jenkins in Liverpool city centre.

This week US TV and film executives representing companies behind shows such as Game of Thrones and Sex and the City were shown around Liverpool as a potential filiming location .

But after filming stops the post-production for the films is then done elsewhere – the aim is for the Innovation Park facility to be used for much of that work in Liverpool.

It is estimated the Littlewoods Studios Liverpool, as they would be named, could lead to the creation of 900 full time jobs.
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The second phase of the 'Bevington Bush' development on the northern edge of Liverpool city centre was approved today. It consists of four blocks at 8, 9, 11 and 16 floors tall. According to the developer, construction should begin on site in the summer.



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Where Princes Reach will sit on the skyline.

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Should be on site the last quarter this year/first quarter next year.
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A brief round up of a few of the city's recent developments:

Herculaneum Quay - residential development ( 15 storeys) Riverside Drive.





The quietly fabulous ACL ( Atlantic Container Line) new H.Q on Duke Street, in The Ropewalks, nears completion:





The now complete Exhibition Centre and Pullman Hotel:






Completed renovation of old brutalist building into business/office hub - complete with art-work. Tithebarn street:



Chancery House - residential/leisure development ( Hanover street):










The Materials Innovation Factory takes shape at the university precinct:



Baltic Village residential development - ongoing:




The Quarter residential development (phase 3) takes shape on Sefton street:




The New Royal Hospital ( ongoing) and bio-science building ( now complete):





Cranes on site at The Tobacco Warehouse ( Stanley Dock) Residential/office /leisure:






New Baltic Triangle business incubator hub - proposal;




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NCH student/retail/leisure now complete on Hope Street;



Norfolk House - residential in the Baltic Triangle:



A few more perspectives on Princes Reach - residential tower - Princes Dock:










Overview of various developments in The Baltic Triangle:



Various residential renovations ( Tower Building; Wellington Building) on The Strand; plus ongoing public realm improvements:





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Great updates. The cross road with all the curved buildings looks like it will look great.
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Great updates. The cross road with all the curved buildings looks like it will look great.
Yes, that's a great little corner with some fabulous period buildings. Not huge in scale, but very picturesque.
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Ecocem and Peel Ports launch £2m import terminal

Dublin-based cement producer Ecocem has opened its first UK bulk import terminal along the Manchester Ship Canal, built in partnership with Peel Ports at Runcorn.

Ecocem Silo Peel PortsA further £2m has been committed to increase capacity at the Runcorn Docks site, to meet the growing demands of the market.

The new bulk import facility on a one-acre plot will handle cement from Ecocem’s production facility in Dublin Port. From the Runcorn site, it will be processed and transported direct to UK construction projects via road, rail and water.

Ecocem cement has been used on projects such as the Olympic Stadium and The Shard in London, and in Manchester One St Peter’s Square and BDP’s studios.

Conor O’Riain, managing director of Ecocem Ireland, said: “We’ve invested in state of the art equipment to demonstrate to the market that we are here for the long term, and I’m delighted to say that the response from the market has been phenomenal.

“We’ve made commitments to sell more in the UK in our first year than our total domestic sales in 2016.”
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More Seel Street activity! The old garage next door to Heebie Jeebie's is going, new bar/restaurant 'Diesel' on the ground and 1st floor and 4 live/work units above. Designed by Snook architects who've done a lot of good work, especially in this sector.

Nice mixture of black brick, slate, timber and glazing.





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Plans now available, definitely Low Hill.

Here's the Low Hill elevation, looks alright.

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