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The Blues are set to move into the stadium in the Northern Docks at the start of the 2024/25 season.
M&S is moving out of Compton House after almost 100 years at the iconic site in Liverpool city centre.
Retail giant Marks and Spencer has announced they will be closing its Church Street store and moving to the Debenhams building in Liverpool ONE. All staff in the Church Street store are aware of the plans and will be given the opportunity to transfer to the new store on the corner of Lord Street.
Debenhams closed its Liverpool store in May along with 123 others nationally. The collapse of the retailer saw the loss of around 12,000 jobs.
Developers Peel L&P hope to build the almost five acre ‘Central Park’ south of Collingwood Dock near to the Tobacco Warehouse and Titanic Hotel, with Everton’s new stadium at Bramley Moore situated just north of the proposed site. If approved the new park would be one of the city’s largest and a significant addition of green space to Kirkdale and the adjoining city centre area.
British drivers bought more electric cars in March alone than in the whole of 2019 even as the broader market slumped, according to figures that underline the accelerating pace of the UK’s transition away from internal combustion engines.
It is expected to open in 2025, subject to funding being secured for the construction stage. The scheme is currently in the design development stage and land has already been purchased to safeguard the site of the planned station ticket office building.
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