Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter (KQ Liverpool) announces five-year vision to power Liverpool’s innovation-led economic recovery plan
After a competitive and legally thorough process, the owners of Sciontec Liverpool finalised contracts today, making Bruntwood SciTech a 25% shareholder in the company, which operates Liverpool Science Park.
Smart cities were once a concept that could only be imagined as futuristic utopias, complete with huge skyscrapers, flying cars and star-wars like technology, but in actual fact, they are already starting to emerge in all corners of the globe…
A key milestone at Morgan Sindall Construction’s work at The Spine – the Royal College of Physicians’ (RCP) new £35-million northern headquarters in Paddington Village, Liverpool City Council’s development site– has been celebrated with a ceremony to mark the building reaching its highest point.
On the 23rd of October, the marketing team at KQ Liverpool attended an insightful city stakeholder event hosted by the Liverpool City Council. It took place in the stunning Cunard building, which Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, was quick to compliment in terms of its South African rosewood interior and its history in the maritime industry.
This morning we hosted our monthly ‘In the Know’ breakfast event, with three guests contributing to an insightful talk on wellbeing in the workplace.
Local coffee shop Land has opened its second pop-up after huge success at Liverpool Science Park (LSP).
Sciontec Liverpool’s vision for a globally-facing 21stcentury knowledge-economy moved forward today as a major partnership to help unlock growth in the science and technology sector was announced.
Global innovation centre Sensor City is developing its technical expertise with a host of new hires to its engineering team.
Morgan Sindall Construction has signed a contract to deliver Liverpool John Moores University’s landmark new development on Copperas Hill.
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