LCR weekly business news round-up: 08.03.2018

Here’s a quick round-up of some of the most important business stories for the Liverpool City Region this week

Gateway masterplan for £2bn Knowledge Qtr scheme

Liverpool City Council has announced it is to develop a masterplan to deliver the regeneration of the gateway site to a £2bn flagship regeneration scheme.

Liverpool City Region Combined Authority Launches Plan to Increase Apprenticeships

As part of National Apprenticeships Week, Liverpool City Region has published its Apprenticeship Growth Plan setting out how it will increase the number of apprenticeships over the next three years.

Planned summer start for £25m maritime training and business hub in Wirral Waters

Industry body Mersey Maritime is leading the Maritime Knowledge Hub project in Wirral Waters with strategic partners Liverpool John Moores University, Wirral Council and Peel Group.

New business conference for Liverpool City Region

The Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) annual conference will take place this Spring at ACC Liverpool. The conference will bring together up to 200 of the region’s key businesses from across the public and private sector and will address the business opportunities and challenges facing the city region.

Tenants at Liverpool’s No 4 St Paul’s Square are blazing a trail across the UK

A collaborative and progressive working environment has emerged at No 4 St Paul’s Square in the heart of Liverpool’s central business district that is continuing to attract new tenants.

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