Catch up on our news brief and find out whats happening in your Liverpool…
Myrtle Parade: Myrtle Parade is soon to become home to discount retailer Heron Foods. The store will follow in the footsteps of Tesco and Co-Op which have opened in the immediate area in the last few years as a result of higher rates of people choosing to live in the new housing developments linked to the University of Liverpool.
Pogue Mahone: Much-loved Irish pub Pogue Mahones closed recently, but work is now underway for it to be transformed into a new public house under the name of The RopeWalk Inn. This is in reference to the trade which gave the area the building is in it’s name. There is no news past this just yet.
The Merchant: Mello Mello is sorely missed, but the present owners of the venue now called The Merchant have put in plans for a rooftop bar connecting both of the buildings that make up the premises on level two.
Jamaica Street Car Wash: The carwash that now operates on Jamaica Street will soon make way for a new and as-yet unspecified venue for the growing Baltic area.
New Bar at Former Cains Brewery: The plant room of the old Cains brewery in the Baltic area is to be transformed into a new bar, adding to the growing list of establishments taking up residence in the new Brewery Village complex.
Princes Jetty: An application to demolish an unused jetty at Princes Dock has been submitted in preparation for a new cruise liner terminal, which will be Liverpool’s second.
Lark Lane: Christakis will soon open a new Greek restaurant on Liverpool’s popular Lark Lane, adding to the mix of the already established number of bars and eateries. It will be situated in the old Post Office.
Bold Street: A new cafe is to enter Bold Street with it’s own unique USP: it will be Liverpool’s first cat cafe! The cafe will allow cat lovers to sit in comfort whilst the friendly creatures have the run of the place to be petted and pampered.
Albert Dock: The Albert Dock’s branch of Mcdonald’s will be expanded upon due to growing trade in the area. Well-known across the world for it’s famous golden arches, visitors to Liverpool from overseas often stop for a quick snack on their way to see some of the best scenery in Europe.
*All of these stories are subject to planning permission, and as such cannot be as taken as going ahead until such permissions are granted.
1st December 2017 by