Last chance to enter prestigious North West Property Awards

The region’s property firms have until midnight tonight (8 June) to enter this year’s prestigious North West Property Awards (NWPAs).Commercial developers, agents and professionals will be recognised across a number of free to enter categories including the Regeneration Award and the Innovation Award.Accolades for the Best Commercial Scheme and Best ... Read More...

International Business Festival 2018: What’s in it for North West firms?

International Business Festival 2018: What's in it for North West firms? Liverpool is preparing to welcome global delegations and high profile business leaders to its third International Business Festival. Before Exhibition Centre Liverpool is transformed into a hub for networking, knowledge sharing and negotiating from 12-28 June, festival chairman Max Steinberg ... Read More...

Call to nominate North West’s endangered Victorian buildings

People across the North West are being asked to nominate threatened Victorian buildings for 2018’s Top 10 Endangered Buildings List.The Victorian Society’s annual campaign will see architecture and conservation experts choose the final list, which will then aim to gather publicity to help save the sites.Cannington Shaw’s No.7 Bottle Shop in ... Read More...

Gallery: International Women’s Day (IWD) 2018 – Knowsley event

Gallery: International Women's Day 2018 - Knowsley event Knowsley women were inspired to follow this year’s International Women’s Day (IWD) theme and #PressforProgress as a special event to celebrate the occasion took place in the borough.Knowsley Chamber welcomed motivational speaker Molly Harvey, who has worked with companies around the world, to ... Read More...

Government’s GREAT Britain campaign backs Liverpool 2018 celebrations

The government’s GREAT Britain campaign has been named the first major partner of Liverpool’s 10th anniversary Capital of Culture celebrations.Culture Liverpool is aiming to attract audiences of around 4 million people and generate a £100m economic impact through the 2018 events and arts programme.It’s also hoped the programme will engage ... Read More...