Liverpool BID Company Monthly Update - February 2019 - Find out what we have been working on!
Liverpool Parish Church and Liverpool BID Company are looking for chefs across Liverpool city centre to join the annual Pancake Race on Tuesday 5 March 2019 at Liverpool Parish Church.
The UK Protect Counter Terrorism Briefing event will be taking place at ACC Liverpool* on Wednesday 24 April from 9.00am-1.00pm. The event will be hosted by Counter Terrorism Policing North-West (CTPNW) who are currently working in partnership with Liverpool City Council and are supported by Liverpool BID Company, ARUP, The Chamber of Commerce and The ACC to create the UK Protect Counter Terrorism Briefing.
Liverpool BID Company in association with Professional Liverpool’s Property Group are pleased to report on the highlights of Liverpool City Region’s office market over the last calendar year with the launch of the Commercial Office Market Review 2018.
We are glad to announce the return of Celebrating Castle Street and Celebrating Bold Street which will throw the spotlight on some of the city's most loved streets showcasing Liverpool at its best.
A bid to improve working conditions for thousands of working people across the Liverpool City Region began today, as Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram launched a consultation on a Fair Employment Charter.
A far-reaching multi-million pound scheme to make Liverpool city centre easier to navigate for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists is to begin next week.
A £4.2m plan to clear land for a potential £200m Grade A office scheme in Liverpool City Centre has been approved. Liverpool City Council's planning committee have today (Tuesday 29 January) approved an application to remediate land at Pall Mall, in the Commercial District, which has been earmarked for a proposed 400,000 sq ft development project, led by Kier Property and CTP.
For the second year running, the BID is collaborating with Liverpool Parish Church, also known as St Nick's, and city gallery and art organisation, dot-art, to bring an exciting new piece of art to The Liverpool Plinth, located at the side of the church overlooking Chapel Street and the city's UNESCO World Heritage waterfront.