Ten years since the game-changing year as European Capital of Culture, Liverpool is marking the milestone with a programme of exciting, inspirational and thought-provoking projects which will shine an international spotlight onto the incredible cultural hub this city has become.
From Monday 15 January, hydraulic bollards in the pedestrianised area in Liverpool city centre will be up all the time, they will just drop when a vehicle approach them during the designated times (6pm-10am), one vehicle at a time.
Liverpool City Council's Amey Streetscene Services inform that the proposed highway improvement work in and around Ranelagh Street are due to recommence on Monday 8th January 2018 following the relaxation of the Christmas embargo period.
Liverpool BID Company and CBRE invite you to join us for a lunchtime of festive fun with Christmas Carols and a small selection of gift and food stalls in St Paul's Square on Monday, 18 December, 11.30-14.30.
Final plans are being put in place for Liverpool to stage an ambitious and forward looking culture programme to mark the tenth anniversary of its reign as European Capital of Culture.