Portmeirion IV

Portmeirion

Date

25 February 2018

Location

Portmeirion, Penrhyndeudraeth
SH 59051 37200; 52.91367°N, 4.09760°W

Information

Portmeirion
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Stanley Park, Liverpool

Stanley Park

Date

16 February 2018

Location

Walton Lane, Liverpool
SJ 36091 93848; 53.43750°N, 2.96350°W

Information

Covering an area of 45 hectares, Liverpool’s Grade II* listed Stanley Park was designed by landscape architect Edward Kemp (1817-1891) and opened in 1870. Located within the park is the Grade II listed Isla Gladstone Conservatory, which was built in 1899. This restored Victorian conservatory serves as a hospitality venue and includes a café on the ground floor.

Further Reading

Stanley Park (Liverpool City Council)

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Echo Arena, Liverpool

Echo Arena, Liverpool

Date

15 February 2018

Location

Kings Parade, Liverpool
SJ 34219 89543; 53.39858°N, 2.99077°W

Information

The Echo Arena entertainment venue together with the adjoining BT Convention Centre form ACC Liverpool (Arena and Convention Centre Liverpool). The centre was designed by London-based architects WilkinsonEyre and Bath-based consultants BuroHappold Engineering and opened in 2008 to host the official launch of the city’s European Capital of Culture year.

The £164 million centre is owned by Liverpool City Council and is operated by The ACC Liverpool Group Ltd.

Further Reading

Echo Arena

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M-SParc

M-SParc’s flagship building, still under construction and the first of eight buildings planned for the site

Date

14 January 2018

Location

Gaerwen, Anglesey
SH 49110 72048; 53.22397°N, 4.26166°W

Information

Plans for the 7.8-hectare Menai Science Parc (M-SParc) were submitted in December 2014 with Anglesey Council granting outline permission in May 2015. The Welsh Government provided £10 million of funding with a further £10 million grant from the EU’s European Regional Development Funding allowing the first phase of the development to proceed. Construction started in 2016.

The flagship building, one of a planned total of eight on the park, was designed by Newcastle-based architects FaulknerBrowns and will provide 5,000 square metres of office, laboratory and workshop space to a number of business tenants. It is planned to open in April 2018.

The M-SParc company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bangor University.

Further Reading

M-SParc

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