The broadband option provides the capacity to support the ever growing demand for data-hungry devices, streaming entertainment and up to date tools and facilities such as remotely controlled features in the home.
Ranked as the friendliest city in the UK and the 4th friendliest worldwide in 2016, Liverpool is a welcoming city with so much to offer. Thanks to Liverpool’s long history as an important trading port, the city has been welcoming people from around the world for centuries.
One of the first fully enclosed, roofed market halls St. John's Market opened to the public in 1822. Designed by John Foster Junior, it was the largest in the nineteenth century.
Faster internet speeds and joined-up computing will make transferring and backing up large files much quicker and easier, and let widely-used companies and services, like Google Docs, Gmail, Adobe and Skype, use the cloud to seamlessly provide their products and interact with customers.
Following the removal of the Churchill Way flyovers and the planning approval for the Old Haymarket bus hub the city council has announced next steps in upgrading Lime Street.
This SRF shows that Liverpool’s potential is huge. All the ingredients are there to transform our ambitions into reality. We must now maximise every opportunity to ensure our commercial district fulfils its role as a major engine in the Liverpool Powerhouse and UK economy.
The proposals outline the projected delivery of up to 2m sq ft of commercial space across the next 15 years, with 12 crucial sites identified for potential expansion with an aim to address the district’s decreasing supply of Grade A office space.
On 14th September 2019, the site opened its iconic red gates to the public for the first time. It now serves as a unique addition to Beatles tourism, complete with a visitor exhibition, community café, shop, gardens and at its heart a Steps to Work programme.
Privately owned Peel Ports is expanding its workforce mostly in Liverpool and plans acquisitions this year, its chief executive said, as Britain prepares its ports to ease any trade disruption caused by Brexit.
Liverpool remained the fifth most visited destination in the UK for overseas visitors – this is supported by hotel occupancy data which showed a 2.2% increase for overnight staying trips.