I actually wasn't expecting to enjoy it as much as I did, we were a party of four friends and all of us came away really impressed. Seeing the Warriers up close was great there is plenty of reading about the history plus associated items. We spent about 90 mins in the exhibition.
It is very popular, you should pre book tickets, which are timed.
Good to see, and although Olsen do an increasing number of cruises out of Liverpool it could do a lot more. Southampton isnt easy or cheap to get to from the north so it can only be a matter of time before other companies follow suit. Lime Street is easy to get to and Pierhead is 5 mins in a taxi
Image captionThe terminal would be built half a mile (800m) from Liverpool's Pier Head
Artists' impressions of a new £30m ferry terminal connecting Liverpool and the Isle of Man have been revealed.
The Manx government has released the designs as it prepares to lodge a planning application next month.
The facility is scheduled to open in late 2020 with funding subject to Tynwald approval.
Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson said the terminal would be a "critical piece for our regeneration plans for the north shore".
Manx infrastructure minister Ray Harmer said passengers' needs have been "at the forefront of the design process" with "comfortable and modern facilities".
Image captionThe terminal is scheduled to open in late 2020
The designs will be displayed at a public exhibition in Liverpool from Thursday.
Vehicles and freight will be served by a £7.6m link road.
Mr Anderson said: "The city council is investing a huge amount of money in the transport infrastructure to support this new facility and we look forward to its completion.
"The Isle of Man and Liverpool have a historic relationship, and this new ferry terminal will cement our strong links and forge even closer ties into the future."
Image captionInfrastructure minister Ray Harmer said the facilities would be "comfortable and modern"
The terminal will be built half a mile (800m) from the current Pier Head facility at Princes Half-Tide Dock.
The existing terminal is set for a major redevelopment as a cruise liner berth as part of the £5bn Liverpool Waterfront scheme.
Liverpool Arena , is now to be know as M & S Bank Arena.
Liverpool’s waterfront arena officially becomes M&S Bank Arena
Last updated Jan 7, 2019 Share
A full rebrand of the arena, part of the ACC Liverpool complex, is now under way. The complex also includes the Convention Centre, Exhibition Centre Liverpool and the Pullman Hotel
How the M&S Bank Arena on Liverpool waterfront will look
Liverpool’s waterfront arena officially became the M&S Bank Arena on Monday – after a decade being know as the Echo Arena.
A full rebrand of the arena, part of the ACC Liverpool complex, is now under way. The complex also includes the Convention Centre, Exhibition Centre Liverpool and the Pullman Hotel.
The rebrand comes after a successful Christmas holiday period for the venue, which saw the Theraplate UK Liverpool International Horse Show return for the fourth consecutive year.
The M&S Bank Arena is set for a busy year in 2019, which will see it host high profile artists such as George Ezra, Little Mix and Rod Stewart, as well as Strictly Come Dancing and The X Factor Tour. The Netball World Cup is set to attract tens of thousands of global visitors when it comes to the city in July.
Sue Fox, chief executive of M&S Bank, said: “We’re very proud to have been based in the North West since M&S Bank was formed in 1985 and it’s absolutely fantastic to start 2019 with the launch of the M&S Bank Arena – Liverpool’s top venue for music, sport, comedy and family entertainment.”
The venue has hosted over 1,300 performances since it first opened its doors in 2008. Entertainment highlights have included the European MTV Awards, the Davis Cup, Sir Paul McCartney, the MOBO Awards and BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
Bob Prattey, chief executive of The ACC Liverpool Group, which is owned by Liverpool City Council, said: “Last year we marked 10 years since the venue first opened its doors and I’m incredibly excited to start the next chapter as the M&S Bank Arena.
“Based in the region, M&S Bank shares our passion for the city of Liverpool, making it the perfect naming partner for our venue. We look forward to continuing to host a multitude of major events for visitors to the M&S Bank Arena.”
The Peel Group is reporting increase trade through Liverpool docks, as per LBN report.
Port of Liverpool to recruit up to 250 extra staff during 2019
On Feb 26, 2019
Port owner Peel Ports expects to have vacancies ranging from port operatives and straddle carrier drivers to engineers and from data analysts to managerial roles. Tony McDonough reports
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This recruitment drive is in addition to replacing staff through natural turnover. It is part of a wider move to bring 250 new staff on board during 2019 in anticipation of new commercial opportunities and further business growth.
It is particularly aiming to recruit function heads, senior managers, operations experts and supply chain leaders from beyond the traditional port community as it aims to expand and strengthen its wider range of logistics services.
Peel Ports increased its staff count last year by over 430, of which 330 employees were transferred in from agency staff and the remaining 100 roles were due to growth.
Plans to flood light the Royal Liver Building at Liverpool pier head. If done would offer a dramatic view, particularly viewed from cruise ships.
PLANS IN FOR LATEST ROYAL LIVER BUILDING DEVELOPMENT
Plans have been submitted for a visitor and occupier experience to be established at Liverpool's iconic Royal Liver Building.
The works are part of the next phase of the asset's repositioning masterplan, which is being developed and project managed by CBRE.
The latest application will look to utilise the visually dominant clock tower to produce regular light shows, which will become a new attraction to the city and encourage public engagement. This would require the installation of sequential colour-changing lighting that acts a narrative, honouring the history of the towers as a time piece and look-out.
Simon Hepple, director for the national building consultancy team at CBRE Liverpool, said: "The proposed lighting experience will be one of the first of its kind in the UK, showcasing Liverpool's innovative spirit and setting a new trend.
"It is hoped that the new lighting experience will connect the Royal Liver Building back to Liverpudlians and bring more visitors to the city and will serve as a gathering point, bringing a revival to the waterfront and further promoting the Royal Liver Building and Pier Head as a desirable destination."
Arup has been appointed as the lighting designer following a selection process across Europe, with senior lighting designer Lauren Blow adding: "The scheme aims to rediscover the majesty and form of the grade I Royal Liver Building during the hours of darkness with a timeless external lighting scheme.
"Millions of people have looked to these towers for the time of day and, throughout history, with the hope of security for their loved ones at sea. These will be brought back to life with light to reinstate the original purpose of the clock towers in a 21st century digital format."