Liverpool unveils flagship knowledge quarter building
Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson has revealed plans to expand the City's knowledge quarter at a site near the Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
A flagship 30-storey office scheme at the former Archbishop Blanch school site will form a key part of the proposed 1.8m sq. ft. development at Minshull Street on the outskirts of Liverpool City Centre, which aims to attract companies specialising in life and medical sciences.
The first site will include office space along with units focused on the life sciences sector, with phase one likely to begin on-site in 2017.
The plans also include a new rail station with access to the existing underground network and rail network via Lime Street station.