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Fantastic news for the Baltic Triangle area as the proposed St James train station re-development moves one step closer. The Liverpool City Region have published their Combined Authority Transport Plan (CATP) which details a

The pioneering Group led by chairman and trailblazer Andrew Mikhail is the innovative company and major force behind the current transformation of Cain’s’ Brewery Village. ArCains arcade will house all old original games and

It has been ten years since the inception of the Baltic Triangle project and six years since our first vision manifesto – a detailed and ambitious document which sought to set out the

Human City is hosting its next event in the Baltic Triangle, inviting businesses in the area to share their stories of homegrown businesses in the city. The event, called ‘How can homegrown business create

Property landlord, Baltic Creative are nearing the completion of their latest development, Digital House. The property located at 61–65 Norfolk Street has already reached a good occupancy with the first studios taken by

Nothing has changed. Our culture is still for sale and this fact is made most clear in our city with the continued news that cultural venues and limited green spaces must make way

54 St. James Street is growing, and now you can grow your business with it. Home to Siren, the Women's Org and many other great Liverpool businesses, 54 St. James Street is a once

The team behind Constellations and creators of Hinterlands Liverpool are welcoming visitors to the venue for the very first time. On Friday 9th March the venue will open with a Business Breakfast event. An

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