Liverpool Waters, the £5 billion regeneration project, and the city region’s biggest college, The City of Liverpool College have announced a partnership that will provide local students with apprenticeship opportunities on the project’s various developments.
Liverpool City Council is hosting a two-day information event this week for a proposed four star hotel for the city’s new cruise terminal facility.
Liverpool City Council is about to appoint a contractor to deliver a Mersey waterfront link road for the new Isle of Man Ferry Terminal.
The Dragon Boat Race is now in its 7th year and was our biggest and best yet! Over 25 businesses took part to raise money for local charity Claire House Children’s Hospice.
The Department of Infrastructure at the Isle of Man Government is pleased to announce it has completed negotiations with Peel Land and Property Limited for the long-term leasehold ownership of a site at Princes Half Tide Dock, Liverpool Waters in Liverpool for the development of a new ferry terminal.
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