In an event that has become a regular in the Liverpool Business District calendar, the International Cotton Association (ICA) with the support of the Liverpool BID Company will hold their annual remembrance service on Liverpool’s historic Exchange Flags on Friday 9 November at 11:00am.
As in previous year’s, the timings for the hydraulic bollards within the main pedestrianised area in the city centre including Lord Street, Church Street, Whitechapel, Williamson Square and surrounding streets will change from Thursday 15 November 2018 until Monday 24 December 2018, they will rise at 10am and then lower at 8pm Monday – Sunday as part of lead up to Christmas late night shopping in the City.
‘Celebrating Castle Street’ on Friday 28 September 2018 was the spotlight event of Food & Drink Week (24-30 September). A street takeover by local businesses including art and crafts stalls, street entertainment and the involvement of restaurants, cafés and bars. This event was promoted part of Food and Drink [...]
We are looking for a person passionate about Liverpool to join our team assisting in the delivery of our marketing and communications strategy. Job title – Marketing and Communications Officer Hours – 35 hours per week Permanent contract – 6-month probation period Annual Salary – £22,000 Annual Leave – 33 days [...]
Exclusive to employees of BID levy payers. Join the Award-winning storytellers Shiverpool on a tour of St Nick's Old Churchyard with exclusive access into the Dead House a subterranean mortuary accessed only by Shiverpool. Listen to tales of Plague, Medieval Towers, Mythical birds and Poisonous Black Widows, ending your Special [...]
Liverpool City Council has appointed a fab team to produce a landmark vision and investment strategy for the epicentre of Liverpool’s musical heritage.
We are looking for new dynamic board members to join the Commercial District BID Operating Board and support the delivery of the £3.5m master plan in the Commercial District.
The Churchill Way flyovers in Liverpool city centre are to close after a routine inspection concluded that further investigation works are required.