LCR weekly business news round-up: 16.02.2018

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

Future of major city square up for debate

A public consultation on the future of Liverpool’s historic Williamson Square is to be launched next Friday, February 23. Liverpool City Council together with Liverpool BID Company and the Everyman & Playhouse are to kick-start the consultation with a debate on how to reimagine and revitalise the public square, at the Liverpool Playhouse Theatre.

Liverpool's game changers which will transform the face of the city centre

The city centre is constantly changing – with new shops, restaurants and building projects reshaping how Liverpool looks. The changing face has left it almost unrecognisable from years gone by – and even more exciting developments are in the pipeline.

Liverpool BID Company and Liverpool Biennial set out ambitious five-year art strategy for Commercial District BID area

Launched today on February 13, Liverpool BID Company has commissioned Liverpool Biennial to develop and deliver an ambitious, five-year art strategy for the public spaces in Liverpool’s Commercial District BID area (in and around Castle Street, Old Hall Street and St Paul’s Square).

New concept food hall to launch at Pier Head

A new dining concept will launch in Liverpool’s striking docklands this Spring. The Dockside Dining Club will be created at Mann Island on the Pier Head, as part of the brand new concept created in collaboration with established city operator Andy Duckworth, CBRE and owners RBH Properties.

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